Pond disc air diffuser operating procedures and testing requirements

- Dec 27, 2018 -

The pond disc air diffuser is a type of pressure reducing device that is convenient for detecting dust particles and floating bacteria in compressed air. The regulating valve can adjust the pressure of the compressed air in the pressure reducing device and the indoor and outdoor pressure difference of the compressed air to facilitate the detection of the instrument.

A device in which a pond disc air diffuser transfers oxygen from the air to a liquid. In the activated sludge process, a diffuser in the form of a perforated plate, a porous tube or the like is used to split the pressurized air into bubbles having a diameter of 1.25 to 3.0 mm, or a non-porous bubbler or a perforated diffusion tube to produce a diameter of 4 mm or more. Big bubbles.

Pond disc air diffuser steps

1. Connect the compressed air to the compressed air inlet of the diffuser, and then turn on the air supply for 10 minutes.

2. Use the regulating valve to manually adjust the air flow.

3. Connect the instrument to the dust particle or floating bacteria sampling port (dust particles and floating bacteria can not be detected at the same time, can only be detected separately), you must manually adjust the regulating valve to control the flow, you can detect.