AnoxKaldnes Moving Bed Biofilm Reactor
The AnoxKaldnes Moving Bed Biofilm Reactor (MBBR) is a wastewater treatment technology composed of an aeration tank are plastic pieces on which biofilm can grow.
The MBBR is a wastewater treatment technology that uses biofilm carriers to optimize bacteria cultures for the use in industrial and municipal applications. The plastic carriers are mixed with the wastewater by an aeration system, and the treated water flow out of the tank through a sieve. The compact system removes BOD, ammonia and nitrogen, and the design of systems in flexible based on application.
Africa, Americas, Asia, Oceania, Europe, Middle East
Goal 6: Clean water and sanitation
Municipal wastewater treatment companies, local governments, pharmaceutical water companies, chemical/petrochemical companies
MBBR are are designed with and then purchased though the manufacturer, to ensure that treatment is optimal for specific applications.
More than 600 MBBR systems.
Continuous, Recharging only (V, time required, battery life), Other
The MBBR system is designed as a tank with an inlet for wastewater and an outlet, covered by a sieve, for the treated wastewater. Small plastic biofilm carriers are mixed in the tank through aeration from the bottom of the tank. These carriers are designed to provide the optimal surface area for biofilm to grow on, effectively treating the wastewater.
Technical support is provided by the manufacturer through various water services and maintenance support packages. These packages include water plant maintenance and chemicals for water treatment. In addition all of the packages include remote technical support.
Individual components are available from the manufacturer for replacement through the technical support plans.
The manufacturer specifies performance targets related to small plant footprints, accommodating high loading, and creating optimal bacteria culture conditions.
The product has been tested by a range of academic institutions related to design, functionality, and impact of temperature.
The MBBR must be operated safely and correctly to ensure that users are not harmed by either the growing bacteria or the untreated wastewater.
The system can be coupled with settlers, clarifiers, or disk filters which enable downstream separation of sludge from treated water.
McQuarrie, J. & Boltz, J. Moving Bed Biofilm Reactor Technology: Process Applications, Design, and Performance. Water Environment Research.
Hoang, V. et. al. Nitrifying moving bed biofilm reactor (MBBR) biofilm and biomass response to long term exposure to 1C. Water Research.
Biswas, K., Taylor, M. & Turner, S. Successional development of biofilms in moving bed biofilm reactor (MBBR) systems treating municipal wastewater. Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology.
Casas, M. et. al. Biodegradation of pharmaceuticals in hospital wastewater by staged Moving Bed Biofilm Reactors (MBBR). Water Research.
Hoang, V., Delatolla, R., Laflamme, E. & Gadbois, A. An Investigation of Moving Bed Biofilm Reactor Nitrification during Long-Term Exposure to Cold Temperatures. Water Environment Research.
Each MBBR system is monitored and evaluated remotely during operation to ensure optimal system performance and to manage required maintenance.
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