Aerofloat offers a range of technologies to account for variations in location and local discharge standards. Upfront, aerated balance tanks are often used in mining camps due to usually high peak flows experienced in these camps. For many applications, Aerofloat uses its proprietary sequencing batch reactor (SBR) technology: single tank designs are suitable for smaller populations, multiple SBR tanks are used for larger populations. In some applications hybrid moving bed biofilm reactor (MBBR) / SBR technology can be used, which is a series process with the MBBR reactor proceeding the SBR reactor.
Most of the mechanical components arrive in a container fully assembled, pre-wired and ready to go. The systems are delivered to site and installation normally involves simply connecting the pipework.
Aerofloat’s Australian manufacturing team will manufacture your wastewater treatment systems locally before installation.
Aerofloat manages its own installations via the Aerofloat manufacturing team and the project engineer.
Aerofloat offers competitive chemical supply contracts, system maintenance packages, remote monitoring and ongoing support.
Aerofloat’s wastewater treatment design included sequence batch reactors (AeroSBRs) that applied Aerofloat’s patented aeration system and unique ALS decanter. The system was fully automated and had remote monitoring capabilities to assist with system optimisation and diagnostics.
The mixed waste from Cupitt’s Estate was treated to a quality suitable for discharge to the surrounding terrain, meeting the strict regulations required by local authorities.