Moving Bed Biofilm Reactor (MBBR) involves a biological process commonly used to remove soluble contaminants, such as BOD and COD (typically dissolved sugars and proteins).
In Aerofloat’s Moving Bed Biofilm Reactor (AeroMBBR), wastewater is aerated in the presence of microorganisms that are attached to plastic bio-media. The microorganisms break down the contaminants and excrete a bio-solid, which can then be removed with an AeroDAF or via sedimentation in a clarifier.
See the video for further information on how Aerofloat’s unique aeration system works in its MBBR.
Aerofloat’s AeroMBBR has patent-pending technology features which make it a simple, low maintenance and cost-effective solution for biological wastewater treatment. The unique design of the (patent-pending) aeration lances in Aerofloat’s MBBR allow them to be removed from the reactor while the process is still operating, eliminating the need to drain the tank or remove the bio-media. This results in minimal downtime and easier maintenance.
Lightweight polyethylene tanks ensure a readily transportable and more economical solution to traditional MBBRs and come in varying capacities.
While the AeroMBBR has some unique features, Aerofloat is also experienced at building traditional MBBRs.
Aerofloat’s clients have access to sophisticated remote monitoring technology to keep track of wastewater processes in the MBBR and ensure ongoing, uninterrupted operations. Aerofloat’s team of engineers are on hand long after project completion for ongoing advice and support, giving its clients confidence in efficient operations and a compliant effluent.
Aerofloat is proud to be Australian and designs and builds its proprietary equipment at its factory in Sydney, Australia. Systems are purpose-built to fit each client’s individual requirements however Aerofloat also supplies ready-made products from leading suppliers.
Aerofloat creates innovative wastewater treatment solutions to enable efficient, economical and environmentally-friendly operations as Australia moves towards a more sustainable 2030.
Contact Aerofloat today about your biological treatment options, including Aerofloat’s MBBR solution.