MBBR mixing in wastewater

Efficient and gentle mixing in MBBR reactors.

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Almost 30 years of mixing in MBBR processes

The MBBR process consists of a carrier media, so-called carriers or biomedia, which are small plastic elements on which the biofilm can grow. The carrier media must be in contact with the wastewater, so mixing is necessary.

Landia has almost 30 years of experience with mixing in MBBR processes and has a wealth of experience. It is important that the carrier media is mixed as efficiently and gently as possible. Gentle means that the impact from the mixer is as small as possible, as harsh treatment can cause damage to the plastic elements.

No wear on the carrier media – no wear on the propeller

The contact between the carrier media and the propeller creates friction and so potential wear. Landia BioMover mixers for MBBR all have a low propeller tip speed of between 3 and 8 m/s, and they so they provide optimal protection of the plastic elements.

All Landia propellers are made of stainless steel with a material thickness of 6-8 mm. They have proven to be virtually impossible to wear out in MBBR applications – unlike certain other types of propeller material.

A strong partner with extensive experience in wastewater

Finding a partner with extensive experience in wastewater management is crucial, and frankly, there’s no one out there with more experience in wastewater mixers than Landia.

Since the late 1980s, when we supplied our first mixers for sewage treatment plants, Landia products have found their way into sewage treatment facilities worldwide. The wastewater industry has been growing steadily year after year, and we’ve been growing right along with it.

When you get in touch with Landia, you’ll be speaking with people who aren’t just familiar with the industry; they’re enthusiastic about it, just like you.

This is how we develop the best solution with you