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What are the advantages of MBR over traditional technology?

1. Quality and stability of water quality.

Due to the effect of high efficient separation of the membrane, the separation effect is far better to traditional sedimentation tank, processing water is extremely limpid, suspended solids and turbidity was close to zero, bacteria and viruses are sharply, effluent water quality is better than that of the ministry of construction issued by the life of mixed water quality standard (CJ25.1-89), can be directly as a non-potable municipal water for reuse.

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At the same time, membrane separation and microbial fully be captured within the bioreactor, enables the system to maintain high microorganism concentration, reaction device not only improves the overall removal efficiency of pollutants, to ensure the good water quality, and the reactor () of water quality and quantity of water load variations have good adaptability, resistance to shock loading, to be able to get high quality of effluent water quality stability.

2. Low production of surplus sludge.

The process can be operated under high volume load, low sludge load, low residual sludge production (in theory, zero sludge discharge), and lower sludge treatment costs.

3. Small footprint and no restriction on setting.

In the bioreactor, high concentration of microorganism can be maintained.

The process is simple, compact, and covers an area of area. It is not restricted by the setting. It is suitable for any occasion and can be made into ground, semi-underground and underground.

Four, can remove ammonia nitrogen and difficult to degrade organic matter.

Because the microorganism is completely trapped in the bioreactor, it is conducive to the growth of slow-growing microorganisms such as nitrifying bacteria, and the nitrification efficiency of the system can be improved.

At the same time, it can increase the hydraulic retention time of some refractory organic matter in the system, which is beneficial to the improvement of the degradation efficiency of organic matter.