Aqua Aerobics AquaDiamond Cloth Media Filter is a unique combination of two proven technologies; traveling bridge and cloth media filters resulting in up to 3x the flow capacity of a traveling bridge filter, making it ideal for sand filter retrofits. The cloth media is completely submerged during filtration where solids are deposited on the outside of the cloth as the influent wastewater flows through the media.
Aqua Aerobic AquaABF Automatic Backwash Traveling Bridge Filter is a continuous rapid-rate, gravity filter utilizing mono media sand, dual media sand and anthracite, or granular activated carbon. Continuous filtration, even during backwash mode with typical hydraulic loading rate of 2 gpm/sq ft at Avg Daily Flow and 5 gpm/sq ft at Max Daily flow. Has low headloss of 6″ headloss and requires 1 to 3% of daily flow required for backwash.
qua Aerobics – AquaDisk™ Cloth Media filter offers a packaged tertiary filtration unit with low footprint. Clarified effluent enters the filter and flows by gravity through the cloth media of the stationary hollow disks. The filtrate exits through the hollow shaft which supports the individual disks and flows to the effluent channel.
The Aqua MegaDisk™ filter Cloth Media Filter treats up to 24 MGD in a single unit using 80% less footprint than sand filters with comparable capacity. Tertiary treatment utilizes the Optifiber cloth filtration media with low energy consumption and continuous filtration even during backwash. Ideal for deep bed filter retrofits, new plants, expansion and microscreen replacements. Low phosphorus levels, less than 1.0 mg/l, can be achieved with the AquaDisk and Aqua MegaDisk cloth media filter.
Aqua Aerobic Systems -Aqua UltraFiltration™ Membrane System featuring ultrafiltration Aqua MultiBore® membranes combines unequaled membrane strength with high permeability. This modular Aqua UltraFiltration system offers two distinct advantages – the membrane fibers do not break, and no air scouring is required. Ideal for retrofit with membranes with “fiber breakages”. Installations include Butler-Missouri to replace Hydranautics membranes plagued with broken fibers.