ADI Systems, an Evoqua brand
About ADI Systems, an Evoqua brand
We offer a wide range of technologies specifically designed to meet the complex challenges of industrial wastewater treatment and organic waste solids management. Our primary focus is anaerobic digestion, aerobic treatment, and biogas treatment and utilization for green energy recovery. We also offer water reuse technologies. We continue to expand our technology offerings and global reach, further positioning ourselves as a world leader in wastewater treatment. Our talented and experienced staff consists of process engineers, project managers, laboratory technologists, design engineers, and support staff—some of which have been working together for over 20 years.
With a reference list that includes hundreds of satisfied clients in over 35 countries around the world, our experience and knowledge of providing efficient and proven wastewater treatment solutions is unmatched in the industry.
MBR markets and services
Industrial small-scale, Industrial large-scale
Specialist applications / markets served:
Evoqua’s ADI Systems works with clients from pilot-scale experimentation through to design/build, turnkey solutions. Industries served include: food and beverage, pulp and paper, brewery, distillery, chemical and pharmaceutical, biofuels, among others.
Supplier active in:
MBR technology supplied
Proprietary membrane products and systems:
- Aerobic MBR
- Anaerobic MBR (AnMBR)
The ADI®MBR system can be used as a stand-alone process or to polish anaerobically pretreated wastewater, produce high-quality effluent to meet strict discharge limits or reuse in plant operations. Advantages include: easy operation and maintenance, reduced or eliminated disinfection, low TMP operation, compact footprint, and reduced sludge.
The ADI®AnMBR is a high-rate anaerobic process that uses a membrane barrier to perform the gas-liquid-solids separation and reactor biomass retention functions. This near-absolute barrier to solids ensures efficient system operation and stability, even under high organic loading and intense mixing scenarios. Since gravity settling is not required, higher organic loadings and mixing intensities can be employed than with other anaerobic technologies.
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