MBR Pilot Systems

Discover the advanced bioFLOW™ MBR Pilot System, a comprehensive skid-mounted treatment solution, ideal for determining the optimal operating conditions and performance of membrane bioreactor processes in industrial wastewater treatment.


The bioFLOW™ Membrane Bioreactor (MBR) Pilot System is a fully-integrated, skid-mounted treatment system designed for evaluating and optimizing biological reactor and cross-flow membrane systems.

Mounted on two 304 Stainless Steel skids, this pilot system includes a fiberglass aeration tank, a tubular ultrafiltration (UF) cross-flow membrane module, a HDPE permeate recycle tank, alongside sophisticated pH and DO control systems. With its advanced Clean-in-Place (CIP) system, chemical feed module, and a PLC-based control system, the bioFLOW™ MBR Pilot is engineered for precision and efficiency in high-strength industrial wastewater treatment.

Evaluation and Optimization of MBR Processes
High-Strength Industrial Wastewater Treatment
Precise Control of Biological Reactor Performance
Advanced Testing for Cross-Flow Membrane Systems
Pilot Scale Studies for Wastewater Treatment Design

Fabrication & Design

The bioFLOW™ MBR Pilot System is built on two robust 304 Stainless Steel skids, ensuring durability and stability. It features a fiberglass aeration tank and a high-density polyethylene (HDPE) permeate recycle tank.

The system incorporates a tubular UF membrane module for efficient filtration, complemented by an automated dissolved oxygen (DO) control system and a precise pH control system. Additionally, the Clean-in-Place (CIP) system and chemical feed module are designed for easy maintenance and consistent performance. The entire system is controlled via a user-friendly PLC-based system, emphasizing automation and operational efficiency.


Optimized for Industrial Use

Fully Automated System

High Flux Rates

Durable Construction

Precise Control Mechanisms

Easy Maintenance

Advanced Treatment Capabilities

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