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Textile effluent treatment

 

Textile effluent treatment

 

Regarding to the widespread usage  of water in different stages of production, the textile industry injects a massive volume of effluent containing different chemicals into the environment. Depending on the type of fibers produced, the effluents of textile mills include fats and oils, detergents, acids or alkalis, various dyes and in some cases metal ions.


In textile wastewater treatment and dyeing, there are basically two parts: chemical treatment, physical and then biological treatment. In the chemical treatment stage, a large amount of contaminants and effluent dye are eliminated and prepared for entering the biological process.
The effluent treatment package of Payame Avaran Fardangar Nanotechnology Company uses the process of developed electrocoagulation and electro-oxidation (AECO) to decolorize and reduce the COD and BOD of the effluent.In this method, which is designed on the basis of modern electrochemical technologies, the coagulation of pollutants is performed without the use of common coagulants in the coagulation stage and only with the use of electricity.If the TDS of the effluent needs to be decreased, the electrodialysis unit can be used at the end of the process.


Attributes:


• No need for chemicals
• Reducing the amount of sludge produced
• Low energy consumption
• Appropriate operating cost
• No need for large relaxation pools
• Low occupied space
• easy usage

 

 

 

 

PNF

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................  Industrial drinking water treatment

...............  Industrial wastewater treatment

................  Food industry

................  Cosmetic industry

................  Oil industry

................  Agriculture and Fisheries

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 Industrial projects

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PNF Technologies :

 

  Reverse electrodialysis

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 Advanced oxidation

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  Hydrodynamic coagulation

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  Electrical Explosion of Wire Process

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  Gas Nano bubble technology

 

 

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