Membrane Bioreactor (MBR) Solutions
• COMPACT BIOLOGICAL TREATMENT WITH SUPERIOR MEMBRANE SEPARATION
WASTEWATER QUALITY GAURANTEE & COMPACT DESIGN
Greenchain Group's Membrane Bioreactor (MBR) systems revolutionize wastewater treatment, offering unparalleled efficiency and water quality. Combining advanced membrane technology with our expertise in engineering, we deliver MBR systems that excel in performance and reliability.
From process design to installation and maintenance, our comprehensive approach ensures a seamless experience, and our in-house manufacturing guarantees quality control at every step. Embrace the future of wastewater treatment with Greenchain Group's MBR systems
Reduced sludge production
Guaranteed effluent quality
Increased mixed liquor concentrations
Superior denitrification &/or phosphorus removal
How does Membrane Bioreactor (MBR) work?
Membrane Bioreactor (MBR) is a type of biological wastewater treatment system utilizing membrane technology as the final clarifier. The porosity of the membrane determines the size of the contaminant removed, where MBR is typically within the Microfiltration range in which bacteria & suspended solids are successfully rejected.
It produces a purified water on the permeate side & collected sludge waste on the reject side. MBR utilizes mechanical separation by means of a pressure driven membrane in combination with biological treatment to produce consistent quality regardless of inlet fluctuations. The possibilities for wastewater treatment using MBR technology are endless.
Benefits of Membrane Bioreactor (MBR) for water treatment
Enhanced Treatment Efficiency
MBR offers superior pollutant removal and pathogen reduction, ensuring compliance with stringent water quality standards.
MBR's compact design allows for smaller infrastructure, saving valuable land space and reducing construction costs.
MBR systems can be easily expanded or upgraded to accommodate increased water demand, providing scalability and adaptability.
High Reliability and Consistency
The advanced technology and automated processes of MBR result in stable and reliable water treatment performance.
Integration of biological and physical treatment steps streamlines the water treatment process, reducing complexity and operational challenges.
Effluent Reuse Potential
MBR-treated water can often meet high-quality standards, making it suitable for various non-potable reuse applications, saving valuable freshwater resources.
Maintenance and servicing of Membrane Bioreactor systems
Regular maintenance is essential for Membrane Bioreactor (MBR) systems, ensuring optimal performance. Cleaning and inspecting membranes, pumps, and instrumentation should be carried out at least once every three months to prevent fouling and ensure smooth operation. Additionally, periodic checks of aeration systems, valves, and controls are necessary to identify and address potential issues promptly. Proper maintenance maximizes the lifespan of components and sustains efficient water treatment.
Cost of installing a Membrane Bioreactor system
The cost of installing an MBR system depends on key technical factors: the chosen membrane type and material, system capacity (flow rate or treatment volume), membrane surface area, automation level, aeration system, membrane cleaning protocols, and site-specific considerations like available space and energy costs. Evaluating these factors thoroughly ensures accurate cost estimates for a customized MBR installation.