Evac MBR - MBR240

Product overview

  • Supplier
    Evac
  • Membrane Configuration
    Flat sheet
  • Pore Size (µm)
    0.4-0.01
  • Membrane material
    chlorinated polyethylene or PES
  • Specific energy demand (kWh/m3)
    0.3 kWh/m3
  • Suitable applications
    Small-scale municipal
  • Number of commissioned plants
    more than 300

About Evac MBR MBR240

EVAC membrane bio-reactor (MBR) consists in merged intensive biological and ultra-filtration processes. The package wastewater treatment plant is composed of an equalizing anoxic tank, an aerated tank for biological process and a membrane submerged in the aerated tank. The effluent is produced by gravity flow or slight vacuum. The membrane is covered by a biofilm reducing the pore size down to ultra-filtration and providing further biological removal.
Evac MBR provides an extensive removal of contaminants allowing various reuse applications. Standard flow capacity ranges between 1.5 and 111 m3/day, above this value we provide a customized design. In addition, Evac MBR does not require to be placed underground or to have a post-treatment by soil infiltration.

Suitable applications

  • Small-scale municipal

Ships, Oil platforms, Restaurants, Mountain refuges, Resorts, Man-camps, Rest Areas, Parks, Small Housing Developments, Building facilities, Isolated Communities and Shopping Malls

Product specification

  • Module membrane area
    120 m2 m2
  • Number of modules per stack/skid
    Single deck
  • Space occupancy - volume
    37 m3
  • Space occupancy - footprint
    16 m2
  • Throughput of module
    45 m3/d
  • The package plant includes equalization tank, effluent tank and pretreatment by maceration.

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Reference installations

  • Number of commissioned plants - more than 300
River Cruise
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Off-Shore
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Mountain refuge
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Food and grocery retailer
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About the supplier

  • Supplier name: Evac
  • Supplier Head Office: Helsinki, Finland
  • Supplier active in: Americas, Asia, Europe, Oceania

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Banner image: full treatment plant for pharmaceutical wastewater in Taizhou, Linhai Park, Zhejiang Province, China, including Shanghai MEGAVISION  flat sheet UF membrane modules in two MBR units. Image courtesy of VALORSABIO, Lda.

Image credits:

– Image for our Chinese largest plants 全球最大的MBR项目 homepage link: Image supplied by Apex Environmental
– Image for our Consultants and Contractors homepage link: Image supplied by Ovivo USA, LLC.

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