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Industrial waste water is water that is used in the production or process of goods and energy. A large amount of modern industry relies on water to assist with the cooling of devices or cleaning of pollutants within the production process. According to the Experts, industrial waste water levels have declined considerably in the early 21st century, but the fact remains that a number of different industries rely on the use of water to function.

This industrial water waste is handled by either removing the water and sending it to a treatment facility or treating the water on location and releasing it into river ways and lakes. Due to the long process of treating the industrial water waste, corrosion of the facilities is common, along with the encouragement of bacterial growth. This includes the possibility of Legionnaires' Disease, which can be fatal.

One of the most common examples of industrial water waste comes from the process of cooling or heating. This can be accomplished in machinery with a large scale radiator that cools different parts of a device. When the water is released it is generally a higher temperature than the other bodies of water in which it will be introduced. The same is true for water used in boiler systems. Outside of the concerns over temperature, additional factors such as rust contamination are commonplace.

Farms and agricultural industries produce a variety of water waste that directly impact ground water used for drinking and cleaning. Fertilizers commonly include both nitrates and phosphates to help stimulate growth. Both of these are washed away by rainfall and watering during the farming process. The biggest concern according to the EPA is the damage to marine life.

Sulfur, petrochemicals and oils also find their way into industrial water waste. In a variety of factories and engineering facilities, water is used to clean floors and machinery. This water collects these materials and is usually disposed of in an unwanted manner, such as simply being flushed into the sewer. Normal water treatment facilities are generally ill-equipped to handle the influx of these harmful elements.

BIODOS have extensive experience in industrial water treatment. As a global actor we constantly meet with a diversity of water-related challenges. This has provided us with an unsurpassed bank of knowledge. We have probably encountered more challenges related to water treatment than anyone else in the market. We provide products and solutions that provide extracted or recycled water of suitable quality to be used in-process.

We make sure wastewater is treated in such a way that when released its quality is comparable to, or even better than, the receiving waterway.

BIODOS is a leading supplier and providing the solution of wastewater treatment systems worldwide, BIODOS Environmental provides high performance, cost-efficient, turnkey industrial wastewater solutions for paint, textile, metal, glass, paper and plastic manufacturing, fish and food processing, the corrugated market, municipalities, and much more.

No matter what your industry, we can assess your needs and design and implement a system that provides the type of wastewater treatment you need. Beyond that, we can provide you with the proper chemical blends for your system and even train your employees to use them properly. Plus, from your very first meeting with BIODOS to your final transaction with us, you'll receive service and support from a dedicated group of associates, who are attuned to your needs and challenges


1. Dissolved Air Flotation (DAF) zurück

Dissolved air flotation is used to treat wastewater that contains free-floating or emulsified oils, dissolved heavy metals, soaps, surfactants, and many other waste streams.

At BIODOS we understand that thoroughly removing these contaminants can mean the difference between paying costly non-compliance fees and saving your money, so we design effective dissolved air flotation equipment to keep you within regulation. It's engineered to handle flow rates of more than 100 m3 per hour, making them a great choice for high-volume facilities. Additionally, each air flotation system BIODOS sells is individually designed to meet the client's needs. But what really sets BIODOS apart in the dissolved air flotation industry is that we provide optimized chemistry and expert training, both of which are crucial for an induced or dissolved air flotation system to work well. If the chemicals used are not appropriately, or the operator doesn't properly observe and respond to the surface chemistry of an DAF system, then its effectiveness can be significantly reduced. That could require you to use more chemicals or pay non-compliance fees, but unnecessary expenses.

2. Continuous Precipitation System with Lamella

A well-designed continuous sedimentation system from BIODOS can provide highly effective wastewater treatment for metal finishing, wire manufacturing, phosphatizing, and plating processes among others. Our wastewater sedimentation technology was created utilizing years of experience with related processes, including concentrate bleed-in, neutralization, and chrome reduction/cyanide destruction, so we're able to customize systems that efficiently remove a variety of sediments. BIODOS even supplies the chemicals you'll need for continuous sedimentation water treatment and can train your operators to run the system. We can also perform routine maintenance on any system or component you buy from us for years to come. In addition to continuous sedimentation systems, we also sell:
  • Filter press systems
  • Biological systems
  • Chemical feed systems
  • Chlorine dioxide generators
  • Odor control systems

3. Batch Sedimentaton or Flotation Charger Unit
BIODOS – CH 200-3000

BIODOS provide the perfect wastewater management solution for waste streams with low solids content or low volume. And these self-contained batch/flotation systems can do double duty, processing metals and providing oily wastewater management at the same time. This makes them ideal for facilities with wastewater streams that include coolants, cutting oils and vibratory waste. These compact units are also an optimum choice for smaller facilities, as they require only 9 to 60 square feet of floor space and treat 200 Litter to 3,000 Litter per batch.

Like all of BIODOS batch wastewater management products, our BIODOS CHARGER UNIT systems can be customized to meet any client's specific needs. Additionally, we've worked with clients in a variety of industries for decades, so you can feel comfortable knowing that we are familiar with your wastewater challenges and we can use our equipment and expertise to address them.

Our BIODOS CHARGER UNIT is great for companies in industries like:
  • Paint applications
  • Machine shops
  • Pressure washing applications
  • More
If you'd like more information about batch sedimentation or flotation or any of our other treatment systems, contact BIODOS today. We're happy to come to you, virtually anywhere in the world.