|Diameter of rubber membrane (mm)||215||260|
|Air flow (m3/h)||1.5~4||2~5|
|Service area (m2/piece)||0.3~0.6||0.5~0.8|
|Oxygen utilization ratio (%)||22~40||31~40|
|Oxygenation capacity (kg O2/h)||0. 13~0.40||0.214~0.42|
|Theoretical power efficiency (kg O2/kw ·h)||4.5~6.5||6.2~8.66|
|Resistance loss (Pa)||<2700||<2780|
|Air bubble diameter (mm)||1~3||1~3|
|Connector size||G3/4” Thread connection|
Note: the above data was tested in 4m depth clear water.
|Ambient air temperature (C)||-30.0~45.0 (max.90~100)|
|Contact fluid temperature (C)||4~50|
|Max. working depth (m)||9|
|Durability||24h/day non-stop running or SBR process is all okay.|
|MAIN PARTS MATERIAL|
|Ring buckle||Strengthened PP|
|Membrane Support plate||Strengthened PP|
|Check valve||Build-in Internal check valve + Thicker nonporous central membrane|
|Air distribution main pipe||ABS/UPVC|
|Fastener of main pipe||304 Stainless steel|
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