The BAS™ biological wastewater treatment process is the optimally designed combination of MBBR and activated sludge processes and is a leading edge process used for treatment of industrial and municipal wastewater.
In many industrial processes, any dissolved salts in water can cause problems. Removing all the dissolved salts from water is called deionisation or demineralisation. Duo Eclipse™ two-stage deionisers remove up to 98% of total dissolved solids and will typically produce water with a conductivity of less than 20 μS/cm. Flow rates from 0.25 to 4 m3/hr.
The Mectan™ vortex grit system is a circular chamber that takes full advantage of the tangential inflow velocity along the peripheral wall of the chamber to assist in the grit removal process.
A patented process capable of removing heavy metals (arsenic, cadmium, lead, zinc, nickel, iron, manganese, arsenic, uranium etc.) from different types of water, including industrial wastewaters.
The MUSLING® flotation equipment was developed during the 1980's originally for removing fat and oil from fish-processing sewage outlets. Now, after more than 20 years experience, the MUSLING® has become synonymous with the treatment for both industrial and communal sewage systems.
The OPUS® technology is a proprietary Optimized Pretreatment and Unique Separation process for desalination of feed water with high concentrations of silica, organics, hardness, heavy metals, boron and particulates.
RO + CEDI Systems combines reverse osmosis (RO) and continuous electrodeionization (CEDI) to produce high purity water suitable for high pressure boilers and other industrial applications. Flow rates for standard systems range from 2.5 to 25 m3/hr.
Compact Reverse Osmosis Systems. High flow and low energy reverse osmosis for process water, SIRION Mega HF produces high purity water, removing up to 98% of dissolved inorganics and over 99% of large dissolved organics, colloids and particles.
Vacuum deaerators, also known as vacuum degasifiers, use a vertical pressure vessel, multiple vacuum stages and vacuum pumps to continuously remove objectionable gases from liquids. Packed towers, supported by powerful vacuum pumps, reduce the surrounding vapor partial pressure which promotes the mass transfer from the liquid to the gas phase.