The Self-purification Function Of Urban River Control And Restoration Of Water Organism

- Apr 05, 2019-

Urban River Management for the integration of large water automatic water purification device, internal design science, Precision Filter column, water distribution system, flushing system, etc., filter medium is composed of powder activated carbon, phosphorus removal agent and nitrogen removal agent, etc., according to the water quality of micro-polluted water and purification requirements, the use of different components,

Different proportional preparation filter medium is placed in the filter membrane machine, and the water body is purified by large amount of water circulation. Urban River treatment can effectively remove C ammonia nitrogen, total phosphorus and other pollutants and nutrients in water bodies, quickly restore the clean state of water bodies, to ensure that water bodies reach the surface IV and above water quality.

Filter medium activated carbon can be recycled multiple times, does not produce two pollution, low operating costs, low carbon environmental protection. Urban River management stability is good, long service life, biological belt is made of inert polymer materials, the use of more than ten years. It has: biological stability, chemical stability, thermodynamic stability; the bottom fixed biological belt in the water is kelp floating State,

The proportion of biological belt is 0.912, it will not produce biofilm adhesion blockage, at the same time backwash is very convenient, Urban river treatment overcomes the bottleneck of small amount of water treated by contact oxidation method, and expands the application range of biofilm technology. Urban River Control Biological Belt surface has a special organic coating, is conducive to microbial fixation and growth, hanging film speed is accelerated, different microorganisms grow in the biological belt, the formation of nitrification, denitrification, except COD, phosphorus and other different treatment effects. Urban River regulation can adsorb and aggregate small suspended matter in water in large quantities, and then decompose by microorganisms.