Watch this video to learn more about the DAF cycle system. The DAF optimization process involves using a chemical coagulant, such as a polymer and microbubbles, to separate solids from wastewater. The solids are moved to the water’s surface and removed with a mechanical scraper before being disposed of.
Water treatment is critical because it helps produce clean and safe drinking water from previously unusable water. Today, sewage treatment is more prevalent, unlike how it was in the past few years. Industrial water treatment uses the DAF optimization process to purify water and eliminate contaminants and harmful particles.
Oil companies use this process to facilitate sewage treatment. This water treatment method is effective and user-friendly. DAF leverages parallel packing to broaden the separation surface, enhancing the process’s efficiency. The DAF optimization process can either be rectangular or circular. While the former method can clean water in approximately 30 minutes, the circular method cleans water in around three minutes. Speed is one of the advantages of the DAF system, while the core problems of DAF optimization systems are power usage, percentage of air, and size. The first process of sewage water treatment is evaluation and grit removal.