Brush Aerator Aerator

Aeration pools constitute the basis of biological treatment systems. To achieve high treatment efficiency in aeration ponds, a homogeneous environment and a high amount of dissolved oxygen are required. BRUSH AERATOR AERATORS help us to obtain both mixture and oxygen concentration in the aeration pool with a single equipment. In this respect, BRUSH AERATOR AERATORS provide an economic advantage due to their ease of operation, maintenance need, and low costs. Because of these advantages, BRUSH AERATOR AERATORS are preferred more than other aerator types. It is widely used especially in carousel-type oxidation pools.

Structure

Horizontal shaft brush aerator aerators have a winged horizontal cylinder mounted just above the water surface. The blades are lowered under the water surface and the shaft is rotated with the help of an electric motor, and the wastewater is sprayed around the brushes. In this way, it increases the dissolved oxygen rate of the wastewater and provides homogenization. This type of aerator; consists of the drive unit, gear reducer, auger coupling, and horizontal rotor equipped with ventilation blades.

Usage areas

Brush aerators; It is successfully applied in the treatment of domestic and industrial wastewater. It has a wide range of applications, from simple structured oxidation ditches with low pollution load to wastewater from the petrochemical and pharmaceutical industry and the content of food processes, which have a higher pollution load.

Business Features 

Brush aerators must be controlled by a speed control device in order to work optimally. Depending on the oxygen concentration in the pool, it is beneficial in terms of energy and treatment efficiency in increasing and decreasing the speed. In automation and scale systems, the speed of the equipment can be adjusted as desired by operating it depending on the oxygen meter.

Besides, another advantage of brush aerators is that the ventilation capacity can be increased. In case of oxygen deficiency, the oxygenation capacity can be increased by adding blades to the brush aerator shaft.

Maintaining 

Particles that may be present in wastewater over time, and escape from the treatment plant grid get caught on the brush blades, causing a decrease in oxygen efficiency. Therefore, it is necessary to clean the dirt collected on the blades at regular intervals.

By Damla Treatment and Environmental Technologies, stainless steel AISI 304 or AISI 316 brush aerators are manufactured and assembled in wastewater treatment plants in desired dimensions and dimensions, according to the characteristics of the wastewater.