The diaphragm disc microporous aerator is the latest type of aeration device developed in the 1980s. The device has a small aeration bubble diameter, small gas-liquid interface diameter, large gas-liquid interface area, uniform bubble diffusion, and no perforation blockage. Strong corrosion resistance, especially suitable for urban sewage and new expansion of large factories and reconstruction of old aeration tanks, and the aeration tanks can be operated intermittently.
1. The diaphragm is made of imported materials (EPDM).
2. The low-resistance diaphragm opens easily.
3. Large aeration service area.
4. Sludge comes off smoothly.
5. The aeration diaphragm has sufficient extension.
6. Good sealing performance around mechanized assembly.
7. Strong overall strength and long service life.
Product connection and installation
The aeration device is composed of an aerator, an air distribution pipe, a tee, a tee, an elbow, a regulator, a connecting piece, a cleaning device and the like. The gas distribution pipe is arranged in a general ring shape. The aerator is arranged according to the air supply volume and the density of the pool. The connection between the aerator and the gas distribution pipe is G3 / 4 thread connection. The base is internal thread (fixed on the gas distribution pipe) for aeration. The regulator is externally threaded. When installing, the regulator is first fixed to the bottom of the pool with expansion bolts according to the required size, and then the gas distribution pipe is fixed to the regulator with a hoop. In order to prevent other operations such as welding sparks and civil construction, concrete, etc. The aeration device is damaged by heavy objects. The aerator must be installed after the civil engineering is completed before the water is discharged. In order to prevent air leakage from the pipeline and the connecting part, the water should be leaked to a depth of about 10 cm below the aerator and then leaked. Leakage in the connecting part of the pipeline shall be eliminated in time, and then officially put into operation.