What Causes A High Negative Pressure In the MBR Membrane?
MBR (Membrane Bioreactor) is a widely used technology for wastewater treatment that combines biological processes and membrane filtration. However, one of the challenges of MBR operation is the development of negative pressure (or vacuum) in the membrane module, which can affect the system’s performance. What Causes A High Negative Pressure In the MBR Membrane? How […]
Why Upgrade the Treatment Process with MBR Membrane Technology?
Wastewater treatment is an essential process for protecting public health and the environment. As industries and populations continue to grow, so too does the amount of wastewater that needs to be treated. Conventional wastewater treatment methods have their limitations, and there is a need for new technologies that can improve the efficiency, quality, and cost-effectiveness […]
What Is the Membrane Bio-reactor Process?
The MBR membrane process is a membrane separation technology combined with the traditional activated sludge method, with a high-efficiency wastewater treatment capacity.The MBR membrane can have such an efficient treatment capacity, which has a certain relationship with its treatment process. Generally, the MBR membrane treatment process is: Bar Screen → Adjusting Tank → Anoxic Tank […]
What Is The Inlet COD Range For MBR Membrane?
COD, chemical oxygen demand, is the amount of oxygen consumed by reducing substances in the water body (easily oxidized by strong oxidizing agents). What is COD? The so-called chemical oxygen demand (COD) is the amount of oxidant consumed when treating a water sample with a strong oxidant under certain conditions. It is an indicator of […]
What Is The MBR Membrane Process?
The MBR Membrane process combines membrane separation technology with bioreactors for sewage treatment. It not only saves the construction of the secondary sedimentation tank but also greatly improves the efficiency of solid-liquid separation.
Will MBR Membrane Freeze In cold weather?
Will MBR membrane freeze in cold weather? That is a question many people are asking, especially those who live in colder areas. The answer is: No. The MBR membrane will not easily freeze in cold weather.