Decanter Centrifuge Applies in River Algae Treatment
Common algae in freshwater are roughly divided into cyanobacteria, cyanobacteria, diatoms, diatoms, cryptophyta, diatoms, chlorophyll, and yellow algae. Cyanobacteria, Microcystis (a greater toxin produced after death, inhibiting the growth of other algae); Spirulina (not digestible), Algae (not digestible), Planophyta, Collar, Algae, Microcystis Produce water blooms).
Cyanobacteria are difficult to digest by fish and will soon become an absolute dominant population after mass reproduction. This kind of over-production through the competition of species will inevitably bring about intra-species struggles, and the result of this infighting will lead to the death of a large number of cyanobacteria.
The massive death of cyanobacteria has caused the producers of water bodies to drop sharply, resulting in a serious shortage of dissolved oxygen in the water. At the same time, the decomposition of cyanobacteria also consumes a large amount of dissolved oxygen, releasing a large amount of toxic substances such as hydroxylamine and hydrogen sulfide.
Under conditions of severe hypoxia and toxic substances, fish, shrimp, and crabs will die in large numbers, or even all.
In the process of algae treatment in rivers and lakes, the algae are collected and then broken, and the broken algae can be separated by the decanter centrifuge. The special centrifuge designed for algae separation with adjustable internal structure according to different algae to achieve the separation effect according to local conditions, and the separated water is clear.
This model adopts automatic PLC program control, high efficiency, low energy consumption, low noise, and can work continuously for 24 hours.