NIKUNI, a Japanese company which has produced high quality equipment for various water related industries has developed a unique compact micro-bubble generator for use in dissolved air flotation systems, called the KTM.
The KTM has a highly precise and sophisticated pumping mechanism that can generate massive quantities of micro-bubbles by means of three hydro-dynamic principles:
The pressurized, air-enriched water is transferred into the bottom of the dissolved air flotation tank from where it makes a bubble sparkling formation, spreading and rising up to the water surface pulling fine material, oils, fats, fibres and more with it to form a sludge mat. This mat is then skimmed.
|Features of Dissolved Air Floatation with NIKUNI KTM|
|Equipment savings||No air compressor (saves energy, reduces noise, no compressor oil contamination into DAF flow).
No large dissolving tank
No static diffuser
|Operational cost savings||Smaller pump compared to conventional systems, up to 67% lower energy consumption|
|Skilled staff savings||One time system setup and simple control
No level control
End-users can allocate skilled staff resources to other activities
|Maintenance savings||Longer pump life
Fewer parts and very simple to maintain
|Reliability||Excellent track record
KTM end-user clients include many internationally reknown brands.
|Design flexibility||Very large range of sizes and materials to fit perfectly with end-user requirements.|
|Innovative||The system is much smaller, simpler, yet much higher performing compared to conventional systems.|
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