The technical terms for sewage systems

This section contains all the terms that make up the technical glossary for purification systems. A dictionary useful to deepen the knowledge of the reference sector and make the choice of your system.

Water pollution

Water pollution is an alteration of ecosystems that have water as their fundamental component. It is caused by numerous and different factors, such as direct or indirect discharges of industri...

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An acronym for Moving Bed Biofilm Reactor. This technology is based on an adhered biomass process. This process is based on the use of plastic supports, kept in suspension and in continuous movemen...

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Acronym of Biological Membrane Reactor. MBR technology combines a biological process with a membrane separation system. It allows to obtain purely effluent purified with considerable space saving c...

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Reverse Osmosis

Reverse Osmosis (RO) is a filtration method that removes many types of large molecules and ions from liquids by applying pressure to the solution when it is on one side of a selective membrane. ...

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The biological oxidative treatment, called oxidation, consists in the biodegradation by microorganisms of all the organic substances present in the water to be purified, up to transforming them int...

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Compact systems in containers, on skids or trailers. They have the advantage of being easily transportable.

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Permeate this terms refers to the treated water exiting a water purification plant.

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Plug & Play

Ready-to-use systems that do not require special installation works.

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Purification the technological system used to eliminate contaminants from liquid or gases through mechanical, physical and/or biological processes.

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