Main components and structural requirements of silicon membrane fine bubble diffuser

Main components and structural requirements of silicon membrane fine bubble diffuser

Jun 28, 2019

The silicon membrane fine bubble diffuser can provide sufficient dissolved oxygen to the oxygen microorganisms when used. The single-hole membrane aerator is not affected by the difference between the temperature and the temperature in the pool, and is not affected by the height of the filter and the void ratio of the bioceramic filter material. The bubble diameter is small and the distribution range is large. The aerator outlet has a unique concave-convex structure. Not easy to be blocked, not afraid of bioceramic filter material stacking pressure. Due to its special structure, it needs to be operated in accordance with relevant requirements during installation and use.

The silicon film fine bubble diffuser has good chemical stability, does not contain plasticizer, can maintain elasticity for a long time, is resistant to acid and alkali, does not harden, is not embrittled, and does not age. The product has a small bubble diameter, which can maintain high oxygen conversion rate and achieve mixing and agitation. The self-closing pore structure is adopted, and the micropores are not blocked. Easy to install and disassemble. Reduce energy consumption.

The main components of the single-hole membrane aerator are: single-hole rubber diaphragm, upper tube clamp, lower tube clamp, left fixed card, right fixed card, single-hole film, fasteners and the like.

The single-membrane aerator equipped with the silicon bubble bubble diffuser is installed on the filter brick and the pebble layer. The diaphragm does not have to worry about the stacking pressure of the filter material, which affects its free expansion, and can be safely attached to the membrane. The microorganisms on the filter supply provide oxygen and can be operated either continuously or