ADVANTAGES OF THE AERATION SYSTEMS DM-320A:
Optimum size of the air bubbles
The fine air bubbles have optimum size due to the suitably engineered slit sizes. The air bubbles are not extra fine – where the coefficient α
(defined as the ratio of oxygen transfer efficiencies in wastewater to clean water under standard conditions) is low, nor are too large – where the
specific surface area for contact is small.
The distance between the diffusers is such that the air bubbles move uniformly towards the water surface and do not coalescent.
High Oxygen Transfer Rate in wastewater
The oxygen transfer rate in wastewater is a function of the transfer rate in clean water and several correction coefficients, the most important of
which is the coefficient α. Our practical experience suggests that the diffusers DM-320A operate at a relatively high α coefficient which
leads to a high oxygen transfer rate in wastewater. This transfer rate is comparable with the transfer rate of diffusers creating extra fine air bubbles,
due to the lower α coefficient of the latter irrespective of their higher oxygen transfer rate in clean water.
Low energy consumption
The aeration efficiency in standard conditions ranges from 3.0 to 6.7 kg Î2/ kWh, depending on the technical characteristics
of the blower and air flow rate of the diffusers DM-320A.
Long Service Life
The diffusers are corrosion-resistant and have long service life, 10-12 years for the membrane and 20 years for the other components.
Quick and Easy Installation
The installation time is reduced because some of the components are pre-assembled prior to delivery on site.
Lower Capital Investments
The diffusers DM-320A require lower capital investment compared with diffusers with similar technical characteristics.