Micro-Flocculation - Film Processing Technology in Dealing with Beer Sterilized Wastewater

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In order to improve beer sterilization effect of wastewater treatment, reduce the heat load of the sterilization wastewater on subsequent water treatment processes. In this paper, through optimizing transformation developed micro-flocculation -membrane treatment processes. Screening for the identification of inorganic polymeric aluminum ferric chloride flocculants as the technology. The best dosage was 15mg / L, the field test to verify the craft beer sterilized wastewater treatment effect. The results show that, micro flocculation membrane treatment process in the water after treatment of COD and turbidity removal rate is respectively 76% and 98%. To illustrate the use of this technology in the treatment of beer sterilizing water without two stage filtration, can effectively recycling sterilized wastewater.

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Jin Yun and Dehuai Zeng

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279-283

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J. X. Fu et al., "Micro-Flocculation - Film Processing Technology in Dealing with Beer Sterilized Wastewater", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 699, pp. 279-283, 2013

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May 2013

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/0043-1354(95)00203-0