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ECOTHOR-W / Wastewater / 6R

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ECOTHOR-6R : Wastewater treatment

E2metrix Inc. offers a range of products specifically designed for the treatment of industrial wastewater from dairies and cheese factories, slaughterhouses, landfills, as well as many other industries, and can also meet the needs of customers in industrial, municipal and domestic wastewater field.

ECOTHOR-6R: Diameter 210 mm, Height 1200 mm, Dry weight 31 Kg, Wet weight: 41 Kg

  • ANO1M: Dry weight 31 Kg, Wet weight: 41 Kg
  • ANO2M: Dry weight 26 Kg, Wet weight: 36 Kg

ECOTHOR is a modular system that can be installed either in series or in parallel, depending on our client’s requirement.

  • Exceptional Phosphorous Removal Performance (0 Phosphorous Target)
  • Removal of Ammonia Nitrogen through struvite precipitation (patented process)
  • Removal of complex organics (e.g.: Ethylene Glycol, Fluoride, PAHs)
  • Can be used to target multiple contaminants simultaneously
  • Removal of various pathogen
  • No use of chemicals
  • Compact & Modular Skids (containerized WWT)
  • Fully Automated & Remote Monitoring
  • Low Maintenance & Minimal Operator Attention
  • Sludge Minimization & Stabilization
  • Enables Nutrient Removal and Recovery
  • Reduces greenhouse gas emissions compared to conventional coagulation-flocculation practices
 Contaminants Removal Best Results
 Total Phosphorus >99% <0.01 mg/L
 Ammonia Nitrogen 95% <0.5 mg/L
 FOGs 99.7% 0.7 mg/L
 Heavy Metals 96% 0.007 mg/L
 TSS >99% 4 mg/L
 Coliforms 99.99% <10 UFC/100 ml

Our solution uses a finely-tuned DC current supplied to a set of exclusive and patented anodes and to one or more cathode(s). By wisely applying the fundamentals of electrochemistry and by our extensive knowledge and experience gained from years of research and development, we are able to use electrocoagulation to remove a wide range of contaminants.

For further information on our various products, do not hesitate to contact us.

Technology used: Electrocoagulation

Electrocoagulation is a water treatment process whereby an electric current is applied across metal anodes to remove various contaminants from water. The metal cations dissolved in the wastewater are complexed to form hydroxide ions, and these compounds act as a coagulant. By controlling the amperage, the coagulant dosage can be adjusted to meet the treatment goals. Although the electrocoagulation mechanism resembles chemical coagulation, some differences benefit electrocoagulation. Indeed, electrocoagulated flocs differ from those generated by chemical coagulation. Flocs created with the electrocoagulation process tend to contain less bound water, are generally more resistant to shearing and are typically more easily filterable.


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