Environmental Protection Industry
Waste Gas Recovery
Vacuum Water Addition
Activated Sludge Tank Oxidation
Fish Pond Ventilation
Waste Treatment Machine
The vacuum pump provides the suction pressure needed to drain the wastewater and clean the sewer network.
A liquid ring pump draws the biogas from the top of the tank and recirculates it to improve mixing and reaction speed. The working fluid of the pump cool the biogas by absorbing and compressing the heat, providing an almost isothermal operating mode, extending the life of downstream valves, burners and motors, and reducing maintenance cost. The working fluid is also used as a fire protection device, reducing the cost of explosion protection. Contaminated gases are filtered through the water ring and partially dried. In this way, the gas is oxidized and returned to the wastewater treatment process.
The number of microorganisms produced in the activated sludge tank and settling tank remains stable in the sewage treatment tower, which is used to generate biogas. Thorough mixing of sludge can improve high gas production and reduced time in the reactor. During this process, biogas is extracted from the top of the sewage treatment tower, compressed in the compressor and reintroduced through the bottom mouth.
Waste Gas Recovery
Such uses include gases from the decomposition of waste, often within garbage. Plant waste also decomposes, so the gases produced can also be recycled. Simply put, it is to drill holes at various points in the garbage, and put the pipes with holes into the drilled holes. Use A vacuum pump or, if the pressure is above atmospheric pressure, a compressor can be used to compress the gas and pass the gas to a natural gas engine to drive the generator. This gas can be used directly to generate electricity, or as boiler or furnace fuel. This gas can also be cleaned and removed and sold to industrial systems, etc.
Civil or industrial waste is decomposed in mud or in storage tanks. A compressor is used to press the gas to the injection device, and then into the storage tank, which is used to provide heat and agitate the mud, keeping it expanding and prompting microbes to eat the decomposing material or mud. Compressors are also used to recover the gas and press it into natural gas engines to drive generators to generate electricity or to fuel boilers or furnaces, etc.
Liquid ring vacuum pumps are mounted on trucks to remove industrial waste that cannot be digested by water treatment plants.