The circulatory water recovery system consists of a bio-oximat recovery unit and a common system of mud deposition and oil separation and wastewater storage.
A major part of the circulatory system is Bio-oximat, a biological water recovery unit that recycles 80-90% of the used water back into the process and saves up to 50% on detergents.
Specially adapted microorganisms are introduced throughout the system to destroy petroleum products and detergents. Processes such as sedimentation separation, biological purification, flotation, and filtration occur in the order. These physical, mechanical, and biochemical processes result in optimal cleaning results.
BIO-OXIMAT stands out for:
– Functional design in glass fiber reinforced plastic;
– Biologic purification and emulsion breaking;
– Purification of the total washwater;
– Process water of excellent quality;
– Flow rates 6 m3/h, 20 m3/h and 30 m3/h;
– No smell problem;
– High operation reliability;
– Minimal technical support;
– Low operating expenses;
– No additional waste disposal.
· Treatment of wastewater with the help of microorganisms
· Biological oxidation of emulsions
· Biological destruction of organic pollutants
· Biodegradation of detergents
· Biological maintenance of allowable concentrations of pollutants
- functional construction with fiberglass housing;
- efficient medium for microorganisms through excess oxygen from the air injector;
- biological oxidation of emulsions by microorganisms;
- flotation of suspended particles due to powerful air entrainment and water flow;
- retention of fine particulate matter by stainless steel filter;
- Avoiding unpleasant odor through oxygen saturation.
- virtually no maintenance is required;
- unnecessary addition of consumables;
- unnecessary decontamination of special waste or filters;
- maintenance-free, self-cleaning stainless steel filter;
- work reliability has been confirmed in practice;
- adaptable to existing tank systems.