Bio Memclean™ (Modular Sewage Treatment Plant) MBR – Membrane BioReactor

Bio Memclean – Membrane Bioreactor (MBR)

Bio Memclean™ is an advanced ‘plug and play’ modular MBR wastewater treatment system featuring the submerged MBR ultra filtration modules. The Bio Memclean™ is engineered to provide a high quality effluent, treated to Class A standards and suitable for a variety of reuse applications.

Bio Memclean – Membrane Bioreactor (MBR)

The fully Pre-assembled and factory tested Bio Memclean™ modular plant is supplied in an ISO shipping container format for ease of transportation. Primary and bioreactor tanks are open topped with safety railings around access points. Permeate pumps, aeration blower, dosing systems, monitoring and control systems are housed in a lockable control room located at the front of the plant.

Factory tested Bio Memclean™ equipment & assemblyis supplied in free form for easyinstallation at site. Bioreactor& membranes tanks are built in concrete with safety railings around access points. Loose assembly i.e. feed pumps, Permeate pumps, aeration blower, dosing systems, monitoring and control systems are directly installed on concrete tanks

The pre-programmed PLC system includes full process Monitoring and data logging functions. Full telemetry including remote control is available as an option. The Bio Memclean™ is designed to require minimal operator supervision making it ideal for installation in remote locations.

Treatment Process

The Bio Memclean™ is a fully onsite Membrane Bio Reactor wastewater treatment system incorporating the following process stages:

1. Inlet screening
2. Primary / Anoxic tank – DE nitrification
3. Aeration / Membrane Bioreactor tank -Nitrification
4. submerged membrane filtration modules
5. Permeate receiving and disinfection
6. RAS and sludge removal

Working Principal

Bio Memclean™ Membrane Bio Reactor (MBR)can best be described as one part of a biological process where small microbes degrade pollutants before being filtered by a collection of submerged membranes. Membranes are housed in modules that are, in turn, assembled into cassettes and installed in a tank (called an MBR). Air introduced through integral diffusers scours membrane surfaces during filtration, mixes the tank and provides oxygen to the biological process.

A growing body of research suggests that properly designed and operated MBR systems offer several advantages over conventional technologies in terms of protecting public health and improving sustainability including but not limited to:

  • Use as pre-treatment for reverse osmosis (RO) systems
  • Improved removal of micro pollutants (micro constituents)
  • Reduced disinfection requirements

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