What Floats Your Bubble? If you work within the wastewater treatment industry, you're well aware of the key role that these facilities play in removing contaminants from wastewater. This wastewater treatment occurs through a variety of processes that are chemical, physical, and and biological in nature; there are also a diverse set of applications within wastewater treatment, including filter backwashing, membrane bioreactors, and sequencing batch reactors. These processes and applications are powered by aeration blowers.
Your Aeration Technologies Solution. Did you know that Atlas Copco offers 7 different blower and aeration technologies for wastewater treatment applications? That's right! We have a robust product portfolio that is specifically suited for municipal and industrial wastewater treatment facilities. With a presence across the entire United States, and over 350 technicians on the road every day, we specialize in finding ways to make your wastewater processes more efficient.
Aeration Blower System Considerations. We get it. Different facilities have different priorities and needs for their aeration system, and knowing what factors to consider can be difficult. Here are some things to keep in mind:
Atlas Copco offers an aeration technology that can match virtually any specification, application, and environment. Our team of experts are ready to guide you through which technology will best match each application & environment. Reach out today!
Did You Know?
All our blowers are ISO 8573-1 (2010) Class 0 certified, which guarantees that the air is not contaminated during the compression process. We are the only compressor and blower manufacturer that has ISO 22000 certifications.
For applications that run continuously, our aeration blowers and low-pressure compressors are excellent at reducing operational costs and guaranteeing the continuous uptime of treatment processes. To keep the energy costs low, all our solutions are available with a Variable Speed Drive (VSD) that automatically adjusts motor speed to the actual air demand. See our technology types that are best suited for wastewater treatment here ➡
Membrane bioreactors feature an ultrafine membrane filter installed at the discharge end of a standard aeration basin. Pumps installed on the membrane filters create a slight vacuum and pull the effluent through the membrane. The ultrafine holes in the membrane do not allow the biological microbes to pass through the membrane