CN210163213U - Equipment for removing antibiotics in mariculture wastewater - Google Patents

Equipment for removing antibiotics in mariculture wastewater Download PDF

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CN210163213U
CN210163213U CN201920478071.0U CN201920478071U CN210163213U CN 210163213 U CN210163213 U CN 210163213U CN 201920478071 U CN201920478071 U CN 201920478071U CN 210163213 U CN210163213 U CN 210163213U
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陶玲
戚柳倩
李佳莘
宋钊
房刈秋
周沛尧
陈庆国
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Abstract

The utility model relates to an antibiotic's removal equipment in mariculture waste water, including shell, setting electrode, wastewater disposal basin and the circulating pump in the shell, the shell is the tubular structure, the shell sets up in the wastewater disposal basin, the shell extends to the other end from the one end of wastewater disposal basin, be equipped with inlet tube, export in the import of circulating pump together the one end butt joint of shell is in the same place, the other end of shell is equipped with linear structure's outlet pipe, the outlet pipe is equipped with the intake pipe, the entrance point of intake pipe is located contained angle between the axis of the liquid level top of wastewater disposal basin, the opening direction line of exit end and outlet pipe is the acute angle. The utility model provides a get rid of antibiotic equipment in effectual mariculture waste water of antibiotic has solved the current poor problem of effect of getting rid of antibiotic when purifying reduction module and handling aquaculture waste water.

Description

Equipment for removing antibiotics in mariculture wastewater
Technical Field
The utility model relates to an ocean farming technical field especially relates to an antibiotic's removal equipment in mariculture waste water.
Background
At present, natural water is seriously polluted, aquaculture is seriously affected, and aquaculture water can be used after being treated. The water treatment for aquaculture mainly adopts the following steps: physical techniques such as bulk water exchange, aeration, filtration, precipitation, adsorption, air flotation, etc.; chemical techniques such as flocculation, neutralization, complexation, redox, ozone disinfection, and the like; biotechnology, such as adding or culturing photosynthetic bacteria, bacillus, actinomycetes, multi-bacteria composite microbial preparation, aquatic plants, vegetables, flowers and the like in culture water; however, the technologies have the problems of water resource waste, high energy consumption, complex system, complex operation and the like, and along with the increasingly serious water source pollution of fishery, a large amount of germs, viruses, parasites, organic matters, antibiotics, heavy metals and other harmful substances are mixed in water and are difficult to remove, the development of fishery is restricted because the aquaculture water cannot be purified and reduced seriously, so the problem that the aquaculture water is recovered to a natural state after being sterilized and purified is urgently needed to be solved. For this reason, a reduction apparatus for treating aquaculture water as disclosed in chinese patent No. CN201610835942.0 has been designed, which can be used for treating antibiotics in marine aquaculture wastewater, but has the following disadvantages: when the device is used, the purification and reduction module is stored outside the wastewater tank, wastewater is pumped into the shell of the purification and reduction module from the wastewater tank through the water pump for electrolytic treatment, and the treated wastewater is discharged into the wastewater tank, so that more pipelines need to be laid to realize water circulation when in use, and the pipeline joints need to be subjected to quantitative and good sealing treatment for environmental protection, thereby increasing the installation requirement of the device; the effect of removing antibiotics is poor for removing antibiotics by a single electrolysis mode.
SUMMERY OF THE UTILITY MODEL
The utility model provides a device for removing antibiotics in mariculture wastewater with good antibiotic removing effect, which has low sealing requirement on the butt joint of each pipeline and is convenient to manufacture; the circulating water pump can be used as an aeration pump for aeration, so that the removal effect of antibiotics is improved.
The technical problem is solved by the following technical scheme: the utility model provides an antibiotic's removal equipment in mariculture waste water, includes the shell, sets up electrode, effluent water sump and circulating pump in the shell, the shell is the tubular structure, the shell sets up in the effluent water sump, the shell extends to the other end from the one end of effluent water sump, be equipped with inlet tube, export on the import of circulating pump with the one end butt joint of shell is in the same place, the other end of shell is equipped with the outlet pipe of straight line structure, the outlet pipe is equipped with the intake pipe, the entrance point of intake pipe is located contained angle between the axis of the opening direction line of the liquid level top of effluent water sump, exit end and outlet pipe is the acute angle. During the use, shell and outlet pipe all are located the waste water, and the circulating pump is removed antibiotic etc. and is handled in with waste water input shell, then flows out from the outlet pipe, forms the efflux during the outflow and makes the air sneak into the aquatic through the intake pipe and play the effect of carrying out the aeration to water, and the effect of aeration is for further increasing out the antibiotic as a result. Because the joint does not need to be sealed in the submerged wastewater, the convenience in manufacturing is improved.
Preferably, the outlet end of the water outlet pipe is provided with a cover plate, and the cover plate is provided with grid holes. The water outlet range can be increased to improve the aeration effect.
Preferably, the opening direction of the water outlet pipe is upward. Can prevent the sludge at the bottom of the wastewater pool from flooding due to the effluent to cause the increase of the sludge content of the water entering the shell.
Preferably, the waste water treatment device further comprises a water inlet bowl which is arranged in the waste water pool, and the inlet end of the water inlet pipe extends into the water inlet bowl. When the device is used, the water inlet bowl is cleaned regularly, so that the mud content of water sucked into the shell is low, and if the water is directly sucked, the mud at the bottom of the pool is easy to rise.
Preferably, the water inlet pipe comprises an upper section and a lower section, the upper end of the upper section is fixedly connected with the circulating water pump, the upper end of the lower section can be vertically arranged in the lower end of the upper section in a penetrating mode, the lower end of the lower section is located in the water inlet bowl, and the lower section can be inserted into the upper section and located outside the water outlet bowl from the lower end of the lower section. When the water inlet bowl is moved away for cleaning, the lower section rises to avoid the water inlet bowl, so that the convenience in moving the water inlet bowl is improved.
Preferably, an upper section suspension block is arranged in the upper section, a lower section suspension block is arranged on the outer peripheral surface of the lower section, and the lower section is suspended on the upper section suspension block through the lower section suspension block and is connected with the upper section.
The utility model has the advantages of that: because the device is directly arranged in the wastewater tank, the sealing requirement on the butt joint of each pipeline is low, and the device is convenient to manufacture; the circulating water pump can be used as an aeration pump for aeration, so that the removal effect of antibiotics is improved.
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Fig. 1 is a schematic view of the present invention.
Fig. 2 is a partially enlarged schematic view of a portion a of fig. 1.
Fig. 3 is a partially enlarged schematic view of a portion B of fig. 1.
In the figure: the device comprises a shell 1, a wastewater disposal basin 2, a circulating pump 3, a water inlet bowl 4, a water inlet pipe 5, a water outlet pipe 6, a cover plate 7, a grid hole 8, an air inlet pipe 9, an inlet end 10 of the air inlet pipe, an included angle C between an opening direction line of an outlet end of the air inlet pipe and an axis of the water outlet pipe, an upper section 11, a lower section 12, an upper section suspension block 13 and a lower section suspension block 14.
Detailed Description
The present invention will be further described with reference to the accompanying drawings and examples.
Referring to fig. 1, 2 and 3, an apparatus for removing antibiotics from mariculture wastewater includes a housing 1 and electrodes (not shown in the electrode diagrams) disposed in the housing, which are prior art. In addition, the utility model also comprises a wastewater disposal basin 2, a circulating pump 3 and a water inlet bowl 4. The shell is of a tubular structure. The shell is arranged in the wastewater pool. The housing extends from one end of the wastewater basin to the other. The inlet of the circulating pump is provided with a water inlet pipe 5, and the outlet is butted with one end of the shell. The other end of the shell is provided with a water outlet pipe 6 with a linear structure. The outlet end of the water outlet pipe is provided with a cover plate 7. The cover plate is provided with grid holes 8. When in use, the cover plate is submerged in the wastewater pool and is 60 cm-120 cm away from the liquid level. The water outlet pipe is provided with an air inlet pipe 9. The inlet end 10 of the air inlet pipe is positioned above the liquid level of the wastewater pool, and the included angle C between the opening direction line of the outlet end and the axis of the water outlet pipe is an acute angle. The opening direction of the water outlet pipe is upward. The inlet end, i.e., the lower end, of the inlet tube extends into the inlet bowl. The water inlet pipe comprises an upper section 11 with the upper end fixedly connected with the circulating water pump and a lower section 12 with the upper end capable of penetrating the lower end of the upper section in a lifting way. The lower end of the lower section is positioned in the water inlet bowl. The lower section can be inserted into the upper section until the lower end of the lower section is positioned outside the water outlet bowl. An upper section hanging block 13 is arranged in the upper section. The lower section suspension block 14 is provided on the outer peripheral surface of the lower section. The lower section is connected to the upper section by a lower section hanger suspended from an upper section hanger. When the inlet bowl is moved, the lower section 12 is lifted so that the lower end of the lower section is higher than the inlet bowl so as not to interfere with the removal of the inlet bowl. During the use, make water entering shell in through the circulating pump and be handled, then flow from the outlet pipe, produce the efflux during the outflow and make the air get into and mix and produce aeration effect together from the intake pipe and pass through the treatment effect.

Claims (6)

1. The utility model provides an antibiotic's removal equipment in mariculture waste water, includes the shell and sets up the electrode in the shell, its characterized in that still includes wastewater disposal basin and circulating pump, the shell is the tubular structure, the shell sets up in the wastewater disposal basin, the shell extends to the other end from the one end of wastewater disposal basin, be equipped with inlet tube, export on the import of circulating pump with the one end butt joint of shell is in the same place, the other end of shell is equipped with linear structure's outlet pipe, the outlet pipe is equipped with the intake pipe, the entrance point of intake pipe is located contained angle between the axis of the liquid level top of wastewater disposal basin, the opening direction line of exit end and outlet pipe is the acute angle.
2. The apparatus for removing antibiotics in mariculture wastewater according to claim 1, wherein a cover plate is arranged on an outlet end of the water outlet pipe, and grid holes are arranged on the cover plate.
3. The apparatus for removing antibiotics from mariculture wastewater according to claim 1, wherein the opening direction of the outlet pipe is upward.
4. The apparatus of claim 1, further comprising a water intake bowl resting within the wastewater pond, wherein the inlet end of the water intake pipe extends into the water intake bowl.
5. The apparatus of claim 4, wherein the water inlet pipe comprises an upper section having an upper end fixedly connected to the circulating water pump and a lower section having an upper end passing through a lower end of the upper section in a liftable manner, the lower end of the lower section is located in the water inlet bowl, and the lower section can be inserted into the upper section to a position outside the water outlet bowl.
6. The apparatus for removing antibiotics from mariculture wastewater according to claim 5, wherein an upper section suspension block is provided in the upper section, and a lower section suspension block is provided on an outer peripheral surface of the lower section, and the lower section is connected to the upper section by being suspended from the upper section suspension block by the lower section suspension block.
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