Aeration and waste water treatment
In its construction form the ejector for the aeration process corresponds to that of a jet ejector. Because organically polluted wastewater requires a high amount of oxygen and also because of the increasing height of modern biological waste water cleaning plants it is nergetically more efficient to pre-compress the air mechanically to the hydrostatic pressure prevailing at the installation point of the ejector and to supply it so to the suction connection.
This waiving of an appreciable pressure in the ejector reduces the necessary motive pressure. At the same time, more favourable mixing ratios (suction flow : motive flow) are achieved. Motive nozzles of Körting ejectors are equipped with a non-clogging spiral.
So the motive jet disperses the air already at a low motive pressure in a myriad of fine bubbles which are then mixed vigorously together with
the motive flow in the mixing zone. This air/water mixture is injected into the aeration tank with a high turbulence. In this way the ejector guarantees optimum oxygen supply and a total intermixing of the tank contents. Even with a high biomass concentration in the waste water it is still possible to attain flow velocities which prevent deposits on the tank floor.