Ultra filtration Plant

MBR Plant



  •   Independent control of HRT and SRT
  •   High quality effluent
  •   Small footprint
  •   Improved bio-treatment.
  •   Independent control of HRT and SRT
  •   MBR OPEX


MBR-UF Plant

Water Design Technologies is engaged in providing surpassing Ultra Filtration Plant It is a pressure-driven barrier to suspended solids, bacteria, viruses, endotoxins and other pathogens to produce water with very high purity and low silt density.

The offered ultra filtration plants that are reusable and cleanable with standard chemicals and manufactured using advanced process technology with the purpose of removing micro bacterial counts. It provides tangential flow pressure driven filtration process that helps in efficiently separating particles on basis of their molecular sizes.

A reverse diffusion process takes place at regular intervals by gravity flow of product water from an overhead backwash tank. Also, a cross flow of effluent is provided over the membrane surface. These characteristics result in lower transmembrane pressure and production of consistent water quality on continuous basis. The compact modular design provides the benefit of a higher membrane surface area and ease of membrane cartridge removal during assembly or replacement.

MBR Technology Advantages

Membrane Bioreactor (MBR) is a combination of a membrane process such as microfiltration or ultrafiltration with the activated sludge process, which result in achieving significantly low organic constituents in treated wastewater. The membrane bioreactor technology has gained wide acceptance as new technology for wastewater treatment systems. MBR has many advantages like superior product water quality and a smaller space required for installation and easier operation compared to activated sludge process (ASP). The sludge yield in MBR process is very low. The quality of effluent in MBR is superior to conventional ASP effluent. The effluent from MBR can be reused for industrial applications after RO (Reverse Osmosis) Treatment. MBRs can operate at much higher MLSS (Mixed Liquor Suspended Solids) compared to conventional ASP, resulting in a faster biological reaction and high organic load decomposition in a shorter time or in smaller space. Additionally, as an MBR system operates at a higher MLSS, the sludge yield is quite low, which results in saving in operational cost of the system.