Using a dissolved air flotation system for wastewater treatment is a common technique across a range of markets; including food and beverage manufacturing, plastics recycling and pulp and paper industries, to name a few.
Aerofloat has patented dissolved air flotation technology in its AeroDAF, which has combined proven traditional dissolved air flotation principles with world-first patented design elements to make a truly innovative product.
The AeroDAF uses a unique tank with a 60 degrees conical bottom and conical top and a patented hydraulic float removal system to funnel waste float material from the top of the tank. Unlike a traditional DAF wastewater treatment system, mechanical scrapers are not required, resulting in a compact, mechanically simple and more affordable solution.
The waste material is removed from the enclosed tank by using the hydraulics on the incoming feed stream. A typical industrial DAF plant process will require some pre-treatment by screening, blending, hydraulic balancing and pH correction.
Aerofloat’s approach to innovation and creative solutions means it is the ideal partner for any business needing a DAF system.
While the AeroDAF forms the cornerstone of the DAF product range, Aerofloat has several dissolved air flotation products on offer for its clients that are suitable for a vast range of industries. Aerofloat’s approach is to understand the business drivers and challenges of each client, and then work together to find the right solution that will continue to serve the business now and into the future.
Aerofloat’s patented and world-first dissolved air flotation (DAF) technology is compact, affordable, low maintenance, odourless and self-cleaning.
Aerofloat has installed over 50 industrial wastewater treatment plants and 120+ greywater treatment plants – using proprietary and patented products.
Aerofloat’s patented DAF wastewater treatment system is world first technology. Aerofloat has installed over 150 systems since 2009.
Aerofloat’s patented modular DAF is for larger flow rates up to 50m3/hr, utilising 2x to 4x Aerofloat 200 tanks.