KDSR Zero Emission Technology
KDSR Wastewater Zero Discharge Technology is a patented technology independently developed by KDPE, which integrates high-efficiency softening and sedimentation, sludge drying, ultrafiltration, nanofiltration, reverse osmosis and evaporation crystallization. This technology can maximize the realization of wastewater recycling of resources, the system's water production rate is over 90%, and the water quality reaches the GB19923-2005 "Urban Water Recycling and Industrial Water Quality" standard: the sodium chloride crystal salt reaches the industrial refined salt first level of GB 5462-2015 "Industrial Salt Standard".
The main technical routes are as follows:
+ It has strong adaptability to water quality fluctuation and is suitable for wastewater with high salinity, high COD, high hardness and high ss.
+ High efficiency and low consumption pretreatment process can reduce 40% of the pharmaceutical cost.
+ High-precision special nanofiltration membrane salt separation technology is adopted to reduce the weight and ensure the purity of by-products. The special membrane has strong pollution resistance and long cleaning cycle.
+ The modular combination of the system is flexible and can meet different water quality and treatment requirements. The equipment is highly integrated, the film device and evaporation crystallization device are integrated and united, and occupy a small area.
1. KDSR Pretreatment Softening Technology with High Efficiency and Low Consumption
KDSR technology is a low-cost hard removal technology based on traditional lime-soda softening process. This technology can optimize the proportion of additives and recycle the residual active ingredients. It not only achieves high hardening performance, but also maximizes the use of expensive agents and reduces the operating cost of the system. 2. KDSR lI Sludge Reduction and Resource Utilization Technology
Zero Discharge Technology of Wastewater-Start the Era of Low Cost and Zero Discharge
KDSR Zero Emission Technology
Sludge reduction: The desulfurized sludge belongs to inorganic sludge. By adding a certain proportion of sludge modifier, the sludge is conditioned to reduce the specific resistance of sludge, destroy the hard-to-dehydrate colloid and flocculent material, and make the desulfurized sludge form a mutually cemented whole, improve the dewatering performance, reduce the energy consumption of dewatering and reduce the outbound transportation. Purchase cost.
Sludge recycling: CaCO can be recovered as needed. It can be reused to desulfurization system to realize resource recycling.
Reduction effect: After the sludge was modified under the optimum operating conditions, the desulfurization sludge was reduced from 90% water content sludge to 50% water content sludge cake by plate-frame pressure filtration. Sludge can be reduced by 40%, which greatly reduces the cost of subsequent sludge treatment.
3. Zero-row Technology Route of Crystallization Products Resources
1) Technical route
+ Zero Discharge Treatment Project of Desulfurization Wastewater in Coal-fired Power Plant:
+ Reverse osmosis concentrated water and ion exchange regeneration wastewater treatment:
+ Zero Discharge Treatment of High Salt Wastewater in Petrochemical, Metallurgical, Iron and Steel Industries.
Project Name: State Energy Shenhua Chongqing Power Plant FGD Wastewater System Zero Discharge Project
Unit Size: 2 x 660 b1W
Design inflow: 20m3/h
Designed water quality: TDS: 31520mg/L, Ca2lOOOOOmg/L, Mg2. 5000mg/L Cl 15000mg/L
Industrial route: two-stage reactive precipitation + ultrafiltration + nanofiltration + reverse osmosis + multi-effect evaporation (MED)
Performance Indicators: Water Quality Standard for Water Production: Water Quality Requirements for Process and Product Water in Urban Sewage Recycling and Utilization Industrial Water Quality (GB/T 19923-2005). Crystalline salt standard: crystalline salt is NaCI, after drying, it meets the requirements of the first grade refined industrial salt in the Industrial Salt Standard (GB/T5462).
Contract signing time: March, 2015