Many of the problems of wastewater treatment – in both municipal and industrial wastewater treatment plants – are the result of insufficient oxygen. The consequences are inadequate purification or even anaerobic decomposition processes, giving rise to highly offensive odors. The systematic input of pure oxygen at critical points along the wastewater chain solves these problems quickly, flexibly and efficiently.
For wastewater treatment plants, in lagoons or pressure pipes, for pre-treating or aerating wastewater – with SOLVOX®, Linde Gas provides several widely varying processes for optimal oxygen transfer into wastewater.
SOLVOX®-B - especially suited to preliminary treatment plants and activated sludge tanks
SOLVOX®-D - transfers oxygen into pressure pipes to prevent sulfurous corrosion
SOLVOX®-N - transfers oxygen via robust stainless steel nozzles for high lime content wastewater
SOLVOX®-R - oxygen dissolves into the wastewater by means of a reactor
SOLVOX®-V - for pre-treating and oxygenation wastewaters
Denitrification, peak load coverage, emergency oxygenation – SOLVOX® processes improve the performance of biological wastewater treatment plants effectively and economically without the need for costly construction or restructuring work.
Advantages of pure oxygen and SOLVOX:
Low investment costs
Rapid, economical problem-solving
Systematic oxygen input
Improved performance without construction work
Low maintenance costs
Optimum oxygen utilization
Flexible oxygen input
High oxygen concentration possible
If you have any questions please contact:
Stefanie M. Gregg (Application Sales Engineer - Chemicals Industry)
Call 908.771-1722 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org