Dissolved Air Flotation and Filtration
Wastewater treatment has become an important part of any industrial, commercial and municipal application. It is a very cost-effective and efficient treatment and filtration technique that is capable of improving water management and reducing wastewater discharge.
BioChem offers advanced dissolved air flotation and filtration solutions packed with monitoring panels, valves, and gauges for precise control of the quality of water. BioChem DAF’s integrated solutions provide smooth, effective, and comprehensive water-wastewater and biosolids treatment suites.
- Compliant with industry standards and environmental guidelines.
- Tested and verified product parts and components
- Durable material of construction for longevity
- Reduced footprint
- Better wastewater management
- Lowers down the expenses related to water
BioChem dissolved air flotation units are available in different models and types with different configurations. They are capable of effectively working with high pressures and different volume flow rates. Each of them is correctly engineered in accordance with wastewater treatment applications pertaining to different industrial needs. Our manufacturing as well as quality assurance units strictly follow industry benchmarks and norms.
BioChem’s dissolved air flotation and filtration systems, when combined with chemical treatments such as coagulant, pH correction, and flocculation, the results can be spectacular, lowering effluent disposal costs while also providing ample opportunities for water reuse and recycling. BioChem dissolved air flotation and filtration units remove suspended debris such as oil or sediments from effluent streams by dissolving air in the water under pressure and then discharging the air into a flotation tank at atmospheric pressure.
Our DAF units are commonly used to treat industrial wastewater sludge and effluents from food processing companies, refineries, pharmaceutical and distillation plants, textile industries, domestic water treatment, and other heavy industries. Their capacity to handle bulky particulates that float while maintaining uniform effluent quality is astounding.