- Removal System of Solid Substance and Phosphorus by Low Pressure Floating Device (LAF)
1. Outline * Process of micro pneumatization of gas under low pressure by and removing technology of solid substance and phosphorus in which after decreasing hydrophile property micro bubbles are attached, its weight is decreased to lighter than water to float and floated scum is removed.
2. Characteristic * After pneumatization of bubbles increase surface of bubbles in touch with liquid. * Increase period of stay and high delivery efficiency of bubbles as result of surface increase. * Increase biological processing efficiency from increase ratio of dissolved oxygen during waste water processing. * Excellent delivery rate of oxygen from small bubble size of 40~120μm. * Increase floating ability of solid substance. * Convenient installation and operations from small size compared to pressure floating device. * Automatic adjustment of bubbles supplied by circulating of liquid through pump.
For more information, see the attached file.
|107||Water||Manufacturing Technology of Neutral Solidifying Agent for Sewage Sludge Processing||13-03-2017||40|
|106||Water||Removal System of Solid Substance and Phosphorus by Low Pressure Floating Device (LAF)||13-03-2017||31|
|105||Air||Untreated Sewage Treatment Technology during Rainfall Using Micro-bubble and Three-stage Bulkhead Type Flotation Plant||08-02-2017||274|
|104||Air||Emitted CO₂ Gas Capture·Materialization Process Using Alkali Suspension Micro-bubble Reactor||08-02-2017||151|
|103||Etc||CDP, Max Registry or the global umbrella of environmental information disclosure||19-03-2015||4425|
|102||Water||Domestic Technology and Limit of Water Industry||11-03-2015||2667|
|101||Air||Finiancing funding for renewable energy business through project bonds||25-02-2015||963|
|100||Water||Green roof in perspective of Water Management||12-02-2015||975|
|99||Energy/Resources||Present and Future of Wood Pellet||29-01-2015||1161|
|98||Air||Development Trend of Proven Technology for NOx reduction||26-01-2015||1167|