Dissolved Air Flotation Units (DAF Wastewater Systems)
What is a DAF and how do they work?
A Dissolved Air Flotation (DAF) unit is a component used in many wastewater systems. DAFs help to remove fats, oils, grease (FOG), total suspended solids (TSS), and insoluble BOD, from wastewater. We provide a complete line of DAF units. Our company sells ancillary equipment for purchase, rental, and piloting. DAF systems work by dissolving air into the wastewater. This creates thousands of micro-bubbles, and aerates the wastewater. This process floats and thickens the suspended material in the wastewater. The solids are then segregated for recovery or disposal. This is an important step for removing solids from wastewater. After, the water is ready for further treatment and water reuse.
About our DAF systems:
Our bioDAF units are manufactured using 304 or 316 level stainless steel, and corrosion-resistant components. We provide Chemical coagulation and chemical feed systems to enhance our DAF systems. Providing these components enhances the solid removal process. Whether these additional components are included depends on the design requirements. Industrial companies use our DAFs to meet their specific limits for wastewater compliance. Our DAFs help our customers remove oil, grease and suspended solids. A DAF wastewater system is one of the best ways to remove solids from your wastewater. Please reach out to us, and we can discuss how a DAF system could help you.