The AeroMBBR is a unique take on a conventional Moving Bed Biofilm Reactor design. Conventional MBBRs are open top tanks with fixed aeration manifolds at the base. To maintain and service this manifold, conventional systems are normally required to be shut down and the biomedia removed.
The AeroMBBR is normally housed in a polyethylene tank and the patent pending aeration system allows the aeration lances to be removed while the system continues to operate.
See the video for further information on how Aerofloat’s unique aeration system works in its MBBR.
The AeroMBBR is housed in conventional industrial polyethylene tanks of varying capacities. The system’s flowrate largely depends on the quality of the incoming feed and the residence time required in the reactor.
Aerofloat designs and builds its own proprietary equipment and can produce a custom solution to fit each client’s needs.