Pro2 Features

high performance

  • Injects concentrated stream of micro- and nano-sized bubbles into targeted waste streams to deliver oxygen at controlled levels.

  • Delivers dissolved oxygen with a high level of efficiency from a unit the size of a small household refrigerator.

  • Environmentally effective treatment and reduction of BOD, COD, NO2/NO3, ammonia, total inorganic nitrogen, phosphorus, and suspended solids.

high efficiency

  • Increase wastewater throughput.

  • Saves space for other critical equipment, reduces building size.

  • Operator can observe operation easily in real-time from any location.

  • A single machine can operate in several zones with differing DO demands.

affordable

  • Per pound of dissolved oxygen(DO)/kWh.

  • Reduces maintenance costs throughout service life.

  • Reduces labor and material costs.

 


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    innovative technology

    Current aeration technology delivers oxygen inefficiently, simply using air which is mostly comprised of Nitrogen.

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    Extremely Efficient

    Common methods of treating wastewater are costly and inefficient, both at saturating water with oxygen and energy use.

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    EASY INSTALLATION

    The current aeration systems require heavy modifications of the onsite facilities to accommodate their installation.


    Mobile Access Control

    Advantages of Pro2

    • The units have the ability to deliver a large amount of oxygen without treating the entire body of water.
    • All PrO2 units have the ability to be remotely operated or monitored when a customer purchases the modem option or installs the machine to their network.
    • Remote control is obtained through the use of smart phones, mobile devises and PC’s through an IP address (internet protocol address) specific to that machine.
    • All communication must pass through a secure network where password protection is administered by the end user. 
    • A technician can run the system based on dissolved oxygen demand (which is determined by sensors monitoring the process), or schedule operation based solely on time.
    • The numerous zones can be scheduled independently giving the customer the ability to deliver a controlled amount of oxygen exactly where and when it is needed.