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Evac MBRsupplier page

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Supplied by: Evac
Flat Sheet (FS) MBR membrane configuration | Polymeric membrane material

Module product series:

  • MBR240

About Evac MBR

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.

Specific energy demand (kWh/m3): 0.3 kWh/m3

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

  • Module membrane area: 120 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.

Flat Sheet (FS) MBR membrane configuration
Polymeric membrane material | Chlorinated polyethylene or PES
Pore size: 0.4−0.01 µm

Module product series:

  • MBR240

Company summary

Head office in Espoo, Finland
Operates in Americas, Asia and Europe | Offices in Finland, France, USA, China, Brazil, Korea, Norway, Germany
More than 600 MBRs commissioned plants

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This page was last updated on 19 June 2018

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