Industrial wastewater treatment plant is a set of engineering equipment for water management, designed to purify waste water from industrial processes.
THE PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION
Depending on the nature of wastewater pollution, separate units are individually developed and manufactured for the treatment plant:
- Unit for the removal of insoluble components using physicochemical cleaning method.
- Unit for removing organic components, using adsorption method.
- Unit for removing heavy metals using sedimentation method.
- Unit for removing phenols, aromatic hydrocarbons, ammonia using degassing or stripping.
- Unit for the removing organic components, using biological method.
Industrial wastewater treatment plants are manufactured both underground and aboveground types.
Receiving tanks and mixing chambers are made of polymer composite materials or stainless steel.
Technological equipment based on chemical resistant materials is used for reagents dosing.
Technological equipment for industrial wastewater treatment plants are manufactured and assembled into separate ready-made plant blocks. The plants equipped with modern instrumentation and control systems, energy-eficient power plants, corrosion-resistant shut-off and control valves and pipelines. Depending on the technical conditions for water discharge, industrial wastewater treatment plants are equipped with additional reverse osmosis and ultraviolet disinfection systems.