CN212222738U - Sewage treatment module and sewage treatment system - Google Patents

Sewage treatment module and sewage treatment system Download PDF

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CN212222738U
CN212222738U CN202020496494.8U CN202020496494U CN212222738U CN 212222738 U CN212222738 U CN 212222738U CN 202020496494 U CN202020496494 U CN 202020496494U CN 212222738 U CN212222738 U CN 212222738U
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章文军
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The utility model provides a sewage treatment module and sewage treatment system, wherein sewage treatment system is suitable for being buried underground in the underground, sewage treatment system includes a pond, an at least location track and a series of sewage cleaning device. The positioning rail is arranged in the water pool, the sewage cleaning device is configured to clean impurities in the water pool, wherein the sewage cleaning device is arranged on the positioning rail in a pluggable manner and at intervals, and the sewage cleaning device is fixed in the water pool by the positioning rail.

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Sewage treatment module and sewage treatment system
Technical Field
The utility model relates to a sewage treatment field especially relates to a sewage treatment module and sewage treatment system.
Background
Various sewage is inevitably generated in the domestic and industrial production processes, such as domestic sewage, industrial production organic impurities and the like. Particularly, the main sources of rural domestic sewage are toilet flushing sewage, kitchen sewage and washing sewage. As for components, the domestic waste and the human excrement are mainly used, so that the contents of heavy metals and harmful substances in most rural domestic sewage are very low, but daily chemicals are almost used every day due to various types of daily clean organic solvents, and the pollution of COD (chemical oxygen demand), NH3-N, TP and the like in the wastewater is continuously increased.
At present, the treatment modes of rural domestic wastewater are as follows: for more centralized villages, sewage treatment plants are built for centralized treatment, and for scattered villages, a distributed sewage treatment system is mainly adopted due to too large investment cost of a centralized treatment pipe network. The distributed sewage treatment system has a certain effect on treatment of rural sewage, but the pollution of COD, NH3-N, TP and the like in the rural domestic sewage is continuously increased at present, the effluent of the rural domestic sewage treated by the distributed sewage treatment system still cannot reach the current national relevant standard, and the problems of high energy consumption, difficult operation and maintenance and the like exist.
In the sewage treatment mode in the prior art, the sewage is collected to the treatment equipment by consuming higher electric energy in a centralized treatment mode or a distributed treatment mode, and then the water reaching the standard is discharged after the sewage treatment is finished. The sewage treatment mode in the prior art has high energy consumption, and the conventional rural sewage treatment technology needs a sewage collecting pipe network system, needs high investment for building a sewage collecting pipe network and modifying the pipe network, needs long-term uninterrupted management and maintenance, and is not beneficial to energy conservation and emission reduction.
The chinese utility model patent with application number 201821297793.8 discloses an unpowered sewage treatment system, wherein unpowered sewage treatment system includes a plurality of septic tanks that communicate in proper order, wherein be equipped with the fibrous layer in the septic tank, and the fibrous in situ is filled by biofilm carrier. This prior art unpowered sewage treatment system arranges the fiber layer and the bio-packing by a fixed bed flat plate so that impurities in the sewage are gradually filtered by the bio-packing and the fiber layer.
However, after the sewage treatment device of the sewage treatment system in the prior art is used for a long time, the filtered impurities cannot be cleaned in the sewage treatment device, so that the subsequent maintenance cost is high, and the cleaning is inconvenient. On the other hand, the fiber layer and filler filled structure in the prior art has weak sewage treatment capacity, a plurality of septic tanks need to be arranged if sewage reaches the qualified discharge standard, the sewage treatment speed is low, and the use requirement is difficult to achieve.
In addition, the fiber layer and the filler of the fixed bed plate of the prior art are directly exposed in the sewage tank, and therefore, the fiber layer and the filler are inevitably adhered by other impurities while cleaning stains, which causes the outer side of the fixed bed plate to be easily clogged, thereby affecting the sewage treatment capability and reducing the treatment speed.
SUMMERY OF THE UTILITY MODEL
The utility model has the main advantage of providing a sewage treatment module and sewage treatment system, wherein sewage treatment system can handle sewage high-efficiently, and the energy consumption is low, is favorable to energy saving and emission reduction.
Another advantage of the present invention is to provide a sewage treatment module and a sewage treatment system, wherein the sewage treatment system comprises a sewage tank and a detachable unit disposed in at least one sewage cleaning device in the sewage tank, through the sewage cleaning device cleans the impurities accumulated in the sewage tank, thereby facilitating the cleaning.
Another advantage of the present invention is to provide a sewage treatment module and a sewage treatment system, wherein the sewage treatment system adopts unpowered sewage treatment, and does not need to set up special sewage collecting and pipe network system, thereby being beneficial to reducing the overall equipment investment.
The utility model has the other advantage of providing a sewage treatment module and sewage treatment system, wherein sewage treatment system can handle sewage under the unpowered condition, need not the special messenger and manages and protect, and the running cost is low.
Another advantage of the present invention is to provide a sewage treatment module and a sewage treatment system, wherein the sewage treatment system is provided with the sewage cleaning apparatus which is detachably disposed in the sewage tank, so that the sewage cleaning apparatus is replaced and cleaned.
Another advantage of the present invention is to provide a sewage treatment module and a sewage treatment system, wherein the sewage treatment system can be buried underground under the ground, which is beneficial to saving the ground space.
Another advantage of the present invention is to provide a sewage treatment module and a sewage treatment system, wherein the sewage treatment device includes a filter layer, wherein the filter layer is used for filtering large granular impurities in the sewage, which is beneficial to avoiding the sewage treatment device from being blocked, thereby being beneficial to improving the service life of the sewage treatment module and accelerating the sewage treatment speed.
Another advantage of the present invention is to provide a sewage treatment module and a sewage treatment system, wherein the whole cost of the sewage treatment system is low, and the maintenance and cleaning are convenient, and the sewage treatment module can clean domestic sewage, and provide a suitable scheme for rural sewage treatment.
Another advantage of the present invention is to provide a sewage treatment module and a sewage treatment system, wherein the sewage treatment module can be applied to the facultative aerobic area of the unpowered distributed sewage treatment, and can also be applied to the aerobic area of the micro-power and the conventional aeration tank, and the application range is wide.
Another advantage of the present invention is to provide a sewage treatment module and a sewage treatment system, wherein the sewage treatment module is convenient for microorganism enrichment and can be greatly improved the sewage treatment module can treat sewage so as to not need energy consumption and also can reach the treatment effect that the prior art needs power consumption to reach, thereby being beneficial to reducing energy consumption.
Another advantage of the present invention is to provide a sewage treatment module and a sewage treatment system, wherein the sewage treatment module treats impurities in the sewage through enriched microorganisms, which is beneficial to reducing energy consumption in the sewage treatment process and improving sewage treatment speed.
The other advantages and features of the invention will be fully apparent from the following detailed description and realized by means of the instruments and combinations particularly pointed out in the appended claims.
According to the utility model discloses an aspect can realize aforementioned purpose and other purposes and advantage the utility model discloses a sewage treatment module is suitable for clearance sewage, include:
a pool;
at least one positioning rail, wherein the positioning rail is disposed in the pool; and
a series of sewage disposal devices configured to dispose of impurities in the pool, wherein the sewage disposal devices are removably and spaced apart from each other on the positioning rails, and the sewage disposal devices are fixed to the pool by the positioning rails.
According to an embodiment of the present invention, the pool comprises a bottom and a front wall, a rear wall and two side walls arranged above the bottom, the positioning rail is arranged on the side walls of the pool, and by the positioning rail is arranged on the inner side of the side walls to form a series of chutes, wherein the sewage disposal device is arranged in the chutes in a pluggable manner.
According to the utility model discloses an embodiment, sewage cleaning device includes a mount and an at least sewage cleaning unit, just sewage cleaning unit is fixed in by detachably the mount.
According to the utility model discloses an embodiment, the sewage cleaning unit includes a filter layer, a biodegradable layer and a indisputable carbon-layer, the biodegradable layer with the indisputable carbon-layer is set up attached to each other, wherein the filter layer is configured to filter large granule impurity in the sewage, the biodegradable layer is configured to get rid of through biodegradable's mode organic matter and ammonia nitrogen in the sewage, wherein the indisputable carbon-layer is configured to utilize little electrolysis effect to remove the phosphate radical in the sewage.
According to the utility model discloses an embodiment, further include a top cap, wherein the top cap can set up with closing in the upper end of pond, the top cap further is equipped with the scavenge port.
According to the utility model discloses an on the other hand, the utility model discloses a sewage treatment system is further provided, is suitable for clearance sewage, include:
a water inlet pipe and a water outlet pipe; and
the sewage treatment module is suitable for being buried underground, the water inlet pipe and the water outlet pipe are arranged in the sewage treatment module, and the sewage treatment module comprises a water inlet pipe, a water outlet pipe and a water outlet pipe;
a pool;
at least one positioning rail, wherein the positioning rail is disposed in the pool; and
a series of sewage disposal devices configured to dispose of impurities in the pool, wherein the sewage disposal devices are removably and spaced apart from each other on the positioning rails, and the sewage disposal devices are fixed to the pool by the positioning rails.
According to an embodiment of the present invention, the pool comprises a bottom and a front wall, a rear wall and two side walls arranged above the bottom, the positioning rail is arranged on the side walls of the pool, and by the positioning rail is arranged on the inner side of the side walls to form a series of chutes, wherein the sewage disposal device is arranged in the chutes in a pluggable manner.
According to the utility model discloses an embodiment, sewage cleaning device includes a mount and an at least sewage cleaning unit, just sewage cleaning unit is fixed in by detachably the mount.
According to the utility model discloses an embodiment, the sewage cleaning unit includes a filter layer, a biodegradable layer and a indisputable carbon-layer, the biodegradable layer with the indisputable carbon-layer is set up attached to each other, wherein the filter layer is configured to adsorb and filter large granule impurity in the sewage, the biodegradable layer is configured to get rid of through biodegradable's mode organic matter and ammonia nitrogen in the sewage, wherein the indisputable carbon-layer is configured to utilize the phosphate radical of little electrolysis effect removal in the sewage.
According to the utility model discloses an embodiment, further include a top cap, wherein the top cap can set up with closing in the upper end of pond, the top cap further is equipped with the scavenge port.
According to the utility model discloses an embodiment, further include the one-level filter tank of joining in marriage, wherein the level join in marriage the filtering pond set up in the rear of sewage treatment module, the level join in marriage the filtering pond include a filtering ponds body and level in the particle size thing at all levels of filtering ponds body, wherein particle size thing at all levels is configured to filter by sewage treatment module exhaust sewage.
Further objects and advantages of the invention will be fully apparent from the ensuing description and drawings.
These and other objects, features and advantages of the present invention will become more fully apparent from the following detailed description, the accompanying drawings and the appended claims.
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Fig. 1A is an overall schematic view of a sewage treatment system according to a first preferred embodiment of the present invention.
Fig. 1B is a perspective view of the sewage treatment system according to the above preferred embodiment of the present invention.
Fig. 2 is a schematic view of a sewage treatment module of the sewage treatment system according to the above preferred embodiment of the present invention.
Fig. 3 is a schematic structural diagram of the sewage treatment module according to the above preferred embodiment of the present invention.
Fig. 4A is a schematic structural view of a sewage disposal device of the sewage treatment module according to the above preferred embodiment of the present invention.
Fig. 4B is a schematic structural view of an alternative sewage disposal device of the sewage treatment module according to the above preferred embodiment of the present invention.
Fig. 4C is a schematic structural view of an alternative sewage disposal device of the sewage treatment module according to the above preferred embodiment of the present invention.
Detailed Description
The following description is presented to disclose the invention so as to enable any person skilled in the art to practice the invention. The preferred embodiments in the following description are given by way of example only, and other obvious variations will occur to those skilled in the art. The basic principles of the invention, as defined in the following description, may be applied to other embodiments, variations, modifications, equivalents and other technical solutions without departing from the spirit and scope of the invention.
It will be understood by those skilled in the art that in the present disclosure, the terms "longitudinal," "lateral," "upper," "lower," "front," "rear," "left," "right," "vertical," "horizontal," "top," "bottom," "inner," "outer," and the like are used in a generic and descriptive sense only and not for purposes of limitation, as the terms are used in the description to indicate that the referenced device or element must have the specified orientation, be constructed and operated in the specified orientation, and not for the purpose of limitation.
It is understood that the terms "a" and "an" should be interpreted as meaning that a number of one element or element is one in one embodiment, while a number of other elements is one in another embodiment, and the terms "a" and "an" should not be interpreted as limiting the number.
Referring to fig. 1A to 4C of the drawings of the present application, a sewage treatment system according to a first preferred embodiment of the present invention will be explained in the following description. The sewage treatment system comprises a water inlet pipe 10, a water outlet pipe 30 and at least one sewage treatment module 20, wherein the water inlet pipe 10 and the water outlet pipe 30 are communicated with the sewage treatment module 20, and sewage to be treated is led to the sewage treatment module 20 by the water inlet pipe 10. The sewage treatment module 20 is provided with a water inlet 201 and a water outlet 202, wherein the water inlet pipe 10 is connected to the sewage treatment module 20 from the water inlet 201, and water stains treated by the sewage treatment module 20 are discharged from the water outlet 202.
Preferably, in the preferred embodiment of the present invention, the sewage treatment module 20 of the sewage treatment system is provided in a plurality, and the sewage treatment modules 20 are sequentially communicated, and the sewage treatment module 20 delivers treated water to the sewage treatment module 20 communicated therewith. Illustratively, the sewage treatment modules 20 of the sewage treatment system include a first sewage treatment module 20a, a second sewage treatment module 20b, and a third sewage treatment module 20c, wherein the second sewage treatment module 20b is in communication between the first sewage treatment module 20a and the third sewage treatment module 20 c. More preferably, the sewage treatment modules 20 of the sewage treatment system are sequentially communicated in tandem, that is, the sewage treatment modules 20 are disposed at the same height position. Alternatively, the sewage treatment modules 20 of the sewage treatment system are arranged in series to be communicated with each other up and down, that is, the first sewage treatment module 20a is disposed above the second sewage treatment module 20b, and the third sewage treatment module 20c is disposed below the second sewage treatment module 20 b.
It is worth mentioning that the sewage treatment module 20 can be used in unpowered sewage treatment systems as well as in micropower or powered sewage treatment systems, i.e. the sewage treatment module 20 can be used in both facultative and aerobic areas for unpowered decentralized sewage treatment as well as in micropower and conventional aeration tanks. In the preferred embodiment of the present invention, the sewage treatment module 20 is suitable for microorganism attachment, wherein the microorganism loaded on the sewage treatment module 20 can treat impurities in the sewage, so that the cleaning efficiency of the sewage treatment module 20 is greatly improved, and the treatment effect which can be achieved by the prior art without power consumption can be achieved.
Preferably, the sewage treatment modules 20 are separated by partition plates to form the first sewage treatment module 20a, the second sewage treatment module 20b and the third sewage treatment module 20c, that is, the water outlet 201 of the first sewage treatment module 20a is communicated with the water inlet 202 of the second sewage treatment module 20 b; or the water outlet 201 of the first sewage treatment module 20a is the water inlet 202 of the second sewage treatment module 20 b. Optionally, the first sewage treatment module 20a, the second sewage treatment module 20b and the third sewage treatment module 20c of the sewage treatment module 20 are sequentially communicated with each other through a pipeline. It is to be understood that the arrangement between the sewage treatment modules 20 is herein by way of example only and not by way of limitation.
It should be noted that in the preferred embodiment of the present invention, the arrangement between the plurality of sewage treatment modules 20 of the sewage treatment system is only used as an example and not a limitation.
Preferably, in the preferred embodiment of the present invention, the sewage treatment module 20 of the sewage treatment system can be buried underground, that is, sewage can be guided to the sewage treatment module 20 through the water inlet pipe 10 under the action of gravity, and then the treated water is discharged from the sewage treatment module 20.
As shown in fig. 2, the sewage treatment module 20 further includes a water tank 21 and a series of sewage disposal devices 22 disposed in the water tank 21, wherein the sewage disposal devices 22 are disposed in the water tank 21 in a spaced manner, and the introduced sewage is disposed by the sewage disposal devices 22. Illustratively, the effluent collection unit 22 is configured to filter, adsorb, degrade, screen, or otherwise remove organic matter, ammonia nitrogen, phosphorus, etc. from the tank 21. In particular, the sewage treatment system is used for cleaning rural domestic sewage, wherein the sewage cleaning device 22 cleans sewage polluted by COD, NH3-N, TP and the like without power.
Preferably, each of the sewage treatment units 22 of the sewage treatment module 20 is longitudinally or obliquely longitudinally arranged in the water tank 21, and a water storage space 203 is formed between the sewage treatment unit 22 and the water tank 21 and between any two adjacent sewage treatment units 22. The sewage entering from the water inlet 201 of the sewage treatment module 20 sequentially passes through the sewage cleaning device 22 from the outermost water outlet space 203, and the sewage cleaning device 22 sequentially cleans the sewage in the water storage space 203.
The basin 21 of the sewage treatment module 20 has an upper opening 210, wherein the upper opening 210 communicates the water storage spaces 203 of the sewage treatment module 20 with the external environment. The sewage treatment apparatus 22 of the sewage treatment module 20 is detachably mounted to the water tank 21 from the upper opening 210 of the water tank 21. The sewage cleaning apparatus 22 installed in the sump 21 may be taken out from the upper opening 210 so as to clean impurities adsorbed in the sewage cleaning apparatus 22.
As shown in fig. 2 and 3, the pool 21 includes a front wall 211, a rear wall 212, two side walls 213, and a bottom 216, wherein the front wall 211, the rear wall 212, and the side walls 213 are disposed above the bottom 216. The inlet 201 of the sewage treatment module 20 is formed at the front wall 211 of the sump 21, and the outlet 202 is formed at the rear wall 212 of the sump 21. The sewage disposal device 22 is disposed between the two side walls 213 of the basin 21 in a spaced and longitudinal manner. The sewage enters the water storage space 203 from the water inlet 201 of the front wall 211, and is guided out of the water tank 21 through the water outlet 202 of the rear wall 212 after passing through each sewage cleaning device 22 of the sewage treatment module 20 in sequence.
The sewage treatment module 20 further comprises a series of positioning rails 24, wherein the sewage cleaning device 22 is removably disposed on the positioning rails 24 of the sewage treatment module 20, and the sewage cleaning device 22 is positioned by the positioning rails 24, so as to prevent the sewage cleaning device 22 from shaking in the water tank 21. Preferably, the positioning rails 24 are disposed on the side walls 213 of the water tank 21, and the sewage disposal device 22 is arranged in the water tank 21 longitudinally or obliquely. The positioning rail 24 of the sewage treatment module 20 forms a chute 215, wherein the sewage disposal device 22 is limited in the chute 215 by the positioning rail 24, and the sewage disposal device 22 is removably arranged in the chute 215 of the positioning rail 24. In other words, the sewage cleaning apparatus 22 is slidably inserted into the water tank 21 from the slide groove 215 to the positioning rail 24, and the sewage cleaning apparatus 22 can be pulled out along the slide groove 215 of the positioning rail 24 to clean or replace the sewage cleaning apparatus 22.
Preferably, in this preferred embodiment of the present invention, the sliding groove 215 formed by the positioning rail 24 is "U" shaped. It is to be understood that the shape of the chute 215 is merely exemplary and not limiting.
Optionally, in the preferred embodiment of the present invention, the positioning rail 24 is integrally formed on the sidewall 213 of the pool 21, wherein the positioning rail 24 protrudes inwardly or outwardly from the sidewall 213 of the pool 21, thereby forming the chute 215 adapted to fix the sewage disposal device 22.
It is understood that the sewage disposal apparatus 22 is removably installed in the sump 21, wherein when the sewage disposal apparatus 22 adsorbs impurities in the sewage, the sewage disposal apparatus 22 is removed from the sump 21 to dispose of the impurities adhered to the sewage disposal apparatus 22. In other words, in the preferred embodiment of the present invention, the sewage disposal device 22 can be repeatedly inserted into the positioning rail 24 of the sewage treatment module 20, and after the sewage disposal device 22 adsorbs impurities, the sewage disposal device 22 can be pulled out from the chute 215 to clean or replace the sewage disposal device 22. In other words, the sewage disposal apparatus 22 is reusable and replaceably provided to the sump 21, improving the utilization of the sewage disposal apparatus 22. On the other hand, the sewage disposal device 22 is detachably disposed in the chute 215, which is beneficial to cleaning the sewage disposal device 22 and improving the cleaning efficiency of the sewage disposal module 20, so as to avoid the influence on the normal operation of the sewage disposal module 20 caused by the blockage of the sewage disposal device 22 by impurities.
As shown in fig. 2 and 3, the sewage treatment module 20 further includes a top cover 23, wherein the top cover 23 is disposed at an upper portion of the water tank 21 in a covering manner, and the top cover 23 covers the water tank 21. The top cover 23 is provided with a ventilation hole 230, wherein the ventilation hole 230 communicates the internal space of the water tank 21 with the external environment, so that the external environment is ventilated with the sewage treatment module 20, so that the sewage cleaning device 22 cleans impurities in the sewage.
As shown in fig. 2 and 3, the water inlet pipe 10 is communicated with the water inlet 201 of the front wall 211 of the water tank 21, the water outlet pipe 30 is communicated with the water outlet 202 of the rear wall 212 of the water tank 21, wherein the water inlet 201 and the water outlet 202 are respectively located at the upper end of the water tank 21, so that the sewage introduced from the water inlet 201 flows out from the water outlet 202 after being sufficiently treated. In short, the water inlet 201 and the water outlet 202 are respectively located at the upper end of the water tank 21, so that the sewage cleaning apparatus 22 can sufficiently clean impurities in the sewage.
As shown in fig. 4A-4C, according to another aspect of the present invention, several of the sewage disposal devices 22 of the sewage treatment module 20 are shown. The sewage disposal device 22 comprises a fixing frame 221 and at least one sewage disposal unit 222 disposed on the fixing frame 221, wherein the fixing frame 221 is disposed on the positioning rail 24 of the sewage disposal module 20 in a pluggable manner. The sewage disposal unit 222 is configured to filter, adsorb, degrade, screen, or remove organic substances, ammonia nitrogen, phosphorus, heavy metals, COD, etc. of the sewage in the pool 21.
Illustratively, in the preferred embodiment of the present invention, the number of the sewage cleaning units 222 of the sewage cleaning apparatus 22 is four, and the fixing frame 221 of the sewage cleaning apparatus 22 is a fixing frame for fixedly supporting the sewage cleaning units 222. Preferably, in the preferred embodiment of the present invention, the sewage disposal unit 222 is detachably disposed on the fixing frame 221, and the sewage disposal unit 222 is supported by the fixing frame 221.
After the sewage disposal unit 222 adsorbs impurities in the sewage, the sewage disposal apparatus 22 can be pulled out from the chute 215 of the pool 21 so as to dispose of the impurities adsorbed or adhered to the sewage disposal unit 222, thereby preventing the impurities from blocking the sewage disposal unit 222.
As shown in fig. 4A, the sewage disposal unit 222 includes a filter layer 2221, a biodegradable layer 2222, and an iron carbon layer 2223, wherein the fiber layer 2222 is disposed between the filter layer 2221 and the iron carbon layer 2223. The filter layer 2221 and the iron carbon layer 2223 are respectively disposed at the outer side of the biodegradable layer 2222, and sewage is sequentially cleaned or purified by the filter layer 2221, the biodegradable layer 2222, and the iron carbon layer 2223, so that the sewage cleaning unit 222 filters, adsorbs, degrades, or removes organic substances, ammonia nitrogen, phosphorus, and the like in the sewage in the water tank 21.
The filtering layer 2221 is used to adsorb or filter large granular impurities in the sewage, and prevent the large granular impurities from being adhered to the biodegradable layer 2222 of the sewage disposal unit 222. Preferably, the filter layer 2221 is porous and absorbent, and may be, but is not limited to, a sponge. The filter layer 2221 is disposed at the outer side of the biodegradable layer 2222, and the inner side of the biodegradable layer 2222 is protected by the filter layer 2221.
The biodegradable layer 2222 allows the sewage to pass therethrough and removes organic matter, ammonia nitrogen, and the like in the sewage by means of microbial degradation. The biodegradable layer 2222 further includes a carbon fiber substrate 2224 and a microbial filler 2225 filled in the carbon fiber substrate 2224, and when sewage passes through the carbon fiber substrate 2224 of the biodegradable layer 2222, the microbial filler 2225 filled in the carbon fiber substrate 2224 degrades impurities such as organic matters, ammonia nitrogen and the like in the sewage. As will be understood by those skilled in the art, the carbon fiber matrix 2224 of the biodegradable layer 2222 serves as a fixing carrier for the microbial filler 2225, wherein the carbon fiber matrix 2224 is a porous carbon fiber material to increase the attachment surface of the microbial filler 2225, so as to facilitate the attachment and fixation of the microbial filler 2225.
It is worth mentioning that the microbial species of the microbial fillers 2225 of the biodegradable layer 2222 and the sewage impurities degraded by the microbes are merely exemplary and not limiting herein. Therefore, in other optional embodiments of the present invention, the microbial filler 2225 in the biodegradable layer 2222 can also be implemented by other types of microbes or other substances with biodegradable properties, so as to remove impurities in the sewage by biodegradation through the biodegradable layer.
The iron carbon layer 2223 is disposed adjacent to the biodegradable layer 2222, wherein the iron carbon layer 2223 removes phosphate, sulfide, heavy metal, COD, pigment, etc. from the sewage using micro-electrolysis effect. Preferably, in this preferred embodiment of the present invention, the iron carbon layer 2223 is attached to the outer side of the biodegradable layer 2222, that is, the iron carbon layer 2223 and the biodegradable layer 2222 are in contact with each other, so as to increase the bioactivity of the microbial filler 2225 in the biodegradable layer 2222. More preferably, the ferrocarbon layer 2223 is attached to the outer side of the biodegradable layer 2222 in an iron-carbon net-like structure. It will be understood by those skilled in the art that the structure of the ferrocarbon layer in the preferred embodiment of the present invention is herein by way of example only and not by way of limitation.
As shown in fig. 4B, another alternative embodiment of the effluent disposal unit 222, in accordance with another aspect of the present invention, is set forth in the description that follows. The sewage disposal unit 222 includes a filter layer 2221, a biodegradable layer 2222, and an iron carbon layer 2223, wherein the iron carbon layer 2223 is disposed between the filter layer 2221 and the biodegradable layer 2222. Unlike the remote sewage disposal unit 222 of the above preferred embodiment, the sewage disposal unit 222 has a structure. The filtering layer 2221 and the biodegradable layer 2222 are respectively disposed at the outer side of the iron carbon layer 2223, and sewage is cleaned or purified sequentially through the biodegradable layer 2222, the iron carbon layer 2223, and the filtering layer 2221, so that the sewage cleaning unit 222 filters, adsorbs, degrades, screens, or removes organic substances, ammonia nitrogen, phosphorus, and the like in the sewage in the water tank 21.
The filter layer 2221 is used to adsorb and filter large granular impurities in the sewage, and prevent the large granular impurities from being adhered to the ferrocarbon layer 2223 of the sewage disposal unit 222. Preferably, the filter layer 2221 is porous and absorbent, and may be, but is not limited to, a sponge. The filter layer 2221 is disposed at the outer side of the biodegradable layer 2222, and the inner side of the biodegradable layer 2222 is protected by the filter layer 2221.
The biodegradable layer 2222 allows the sewage to pass therethrough and removes organic matter, ammonia nitrogen, and the like in the sewage by means of microbial degradation. The biodegradable layer 2222 further includes a carbon fiber substrate 2224 and a microbial filler 2225 filled in the carbon fiber substrate 2224, and when sewage passes through the carbon fiber substrate 2224 of the biodegradable layer 2222, the microbial filler 2225 filled in the carbon fiber substrate 2224 degrades impurities such as organic matters, ammonia nitrogen and the like in the sewage. As will be understood by those skilled in the art, the carbon fiber matrix 2224 of the biodegradable layer 2222 serves as a fixing carrier for the microbial filler 2225, wherein the carbon fiber matrix 2224 is a porous carbon fiber material to increase the attachment surface of the microbial filler 2225, so as to facilitate the attachment and fixation of the microbial filler 2225.
It is worth mentioning that the microbial species of the microbial fillers 2225 of the biodegradable layer 2222 and the sewage impurities degraded by the microbes are merely exemplary and not limiting herein. Therefore, in other optional embodiments of the present invention, the microbial filler 2225 in the biodegradable layer 2222 can also be implemented by other types of microbes or other substances with biodegradable properties, so as to remove impurities in the sewage by biodegradation through the biodegradable layer.
The iron carbon layer 2223 is disposed adjacent to the biodegradable layer 2222, wherein the iron carbon layer 2223 removes phosphate, sulfide, heavy metal, COD, pigment, etc. from the sewage using micro-electrolysis effect. Preferably, in this preferred embodiment of the present invention, the iron carbon layer 2223 is attached to the outer side of the biodegradable layer 2222, that is, the iron carbon layer 2223 and the biodegradable layer 2222 are in contact with each other, so as to increase the bioactivity of the microbial filler 2225 in the biodegradable layer 2222. More preferably, the ferrocarbon layer 2223 is attached to the outer side of the biodegradable layer 2222 in an iron-carbon net-like structure. It will be understood by those skilled in the art that the structure of the ferrocarbon layer in the preferred embodiment of the present invention is herein by way of example only and not by way of limitation.
It should be noted that, in the preferred embodiment of the present invention, the sewage disposal unit 222 is enriched with microorganisms, wherein the sewage disposal unit 222 can dispose the sewage in the pool by the microorganism screening to filter the impurities in the sewage. It will be appreciated that the microbial screening and degradation of the effluent disposal unit 222 is effective to reduce energy consumption in the effluent treatment process, and impurities in the effluent can be disposed of by the effluent disposal unit 222 even when unpowered. Therefore, in the preferred embodiment of the present invention, the sewage disposal unit 222 can treat sewage with high efficiency. It will be understood by those skilled in the art that the effluent disposal unit 222 may also be applied to a micro-power effluent treatment system and improve the rate of effluent treatment, and the quality of effluent disposal, through the action of microbial screening and degradation in the effluent disposal unit 222.
Referring to fig. 4C of the drawings accompanying the present application, another alternative embodiment of the sewage disposal unit 222 is illustrated in the following description. The sewage disposal unit 222 includes a first filter layer 2221, a biodegradable layer 2222, an iron carbon layer 2223, and a second filter layer 2226, which is different from the sewage disposal unit 222 of the above preferred embodiment in the structure of the sewage disposal unit 222. The first filter layer 2221 is disposed at the outer side of the biodegradable layer 2222, and the second filter layer 2226 is disposed at the outer side of the iron carbon layer 2223, so that the first filter layer 2221 and the second filter layer 2226 adsorb and filter large particle impurities present in sewage. The sewage disposal unit 222 is configured to filter, adsorb, degrade, or remove organic substances, ammonia nitrogen, phosphorus, and the like of the sewage in the pool 21.
The first and second filter layers 2221 and 2226 are used to adsorb and filter large granular impurities in the sewage, and prevent the large granular impurities from being adhered to the ferrocarbon layer 2223 of the sewage disposal unit 222. Preferably, the filter layer 2221 is porous and absorbent, and may be, but is not limited to, a sponge. The filter layer 2221 is disposed at the outer side of the biodegradable layer 2222, and the inner side of the biodegradable layer 2222 and the iron carbon layer 2223 are protected by the filter layer 2221.
The biodegradable layer 2222 allows the sewage to pass therethrough and removes organic matter, ammonia nitrogen, and the like in the sewage by means of microbial degradation. The biodegradable layer 2222 further includes a carbon fiber substrate 2224 and a microbial filler 2225 filled in the carbon fiber substrate 2224, and when sewage passes through the carbon fiber substrate 2224 of the biodegradable layer 2222, the microbial filler 2225 filled in the carbon fiber substrate 2224 degrades impurities such as organic matters, ammonia nitrogen and the like in the sewage. As will be understood by those skilled in the art, the carbon fiber matrix 2224 of the biodegradable layer 2222 serves as a fixing carrier for the microbial filler 2225, wherein the carbon fiber matrix 2224 is a porous carbon fiber material to increase the attachment surface of the microbial filler 2225, so as to facilitate the attachment and fixation of the microbial filler 2225.
It is worth mentioning that the microbial species of the microbial fillers 2225 of the biodegradable layer 2222 and the sewage impurities degraded by the microbes are merely exemplary and not limiting herein. Therefore, in other optional embodiments of the present invention, the microbial filler 2225 in the biodegradable layer 2222 can also be implemented by other types of microbes or other substances with biodegradable properties, so as to remove impurities in the sewage by biodegradation through the biodegradable layer.
The iron carbon layer 2223 is disposed adjacent to the biodegradable layer 2222, wherein the iron carbon layer 2223 removes phosphate, sulfide, heavy metal, COD, pigment, etc. from the sewage using micro-electrolysis effect. Preferably, in this preferred embodiment of the present invention, the iron carbon layer 2223 is attached to the outer side of the biodegradable layer 2222, that is, the iron carbon layer 2223 and the biodegradable layer 2222 are in contact with each other, so as to increase the bioactivity of the microbial filler 2225 in the biodegradable layer 2222. More preferably, the ferrocarbon layer 2223 is attached to the outer side of the biodegradable layer 2222 in an iron-carbon net-like structure. It will be understood by those skilled in the art that the structure of the ferrocarbon layer in the preferred embodiment of the present invention is herein by way of example only and not by way of limitation.
As shown in fig. 2 and 3, the sewage treatment system further includes a graded filter tank 40, wherein the graded filter tank 40 is disposed at a rear side of the sewage treatment module 20, wherein the sewage treatment module 20 discharges the cleaned water into the graded filter tank 40, and the cleaned sewage is further filtered by the graded filter tank 40, thereby further improving the water quality.
The graded filter tank 40 comprises a filter tank body 41 and grain size objects 42 graded on the filter tank body 41, and the grain size objects 42 further filter the sewage discharged by the sewage treatment module 20. It will be understood by those skilled in the art that the particulate matters in the graded filter tank 40 may be, but not limited to, graded gravel, soil, and plant root system, wherein the graded gravel and soil may further filter the sewage, and the plant root system may absorb impurities in the sewage by means of biological absorption, thereby further improving the water quality.
The filter tank body 41 of the graded filter tank 40 is further provided with at least one filter tank outlet 411, wherein the filter tank outlet 411 is arranged at the lower end of the filter tank body 41, and water filtered by the graded filter tank 40 is discharged outwards through the filter tank outlet 411.
It is understood that the sewage treatment system may further include at least one water storage device, wherein the water filtered by the graded filter tank 40 is stored in the water storage device, or the filtered water is discharged to the outside by the graded filter tank 40.
It is worth mentioning that in the preferred embodiment of the present invention, the sewage treatment system can be buried under the ground as a whole, which is favorable for saving the ground space and solving the waste water of the family life or the industrial production without occupying the ground space. Particularly, the sewage treatment system is suitable for treating rural domestic sewage. The water conservancy residence time of the sewage treatment system during sewage treatment is about 2-3 days.
It will be understood by those skilled in the art that the embodiments of the present invention as described above and shown in the drawings are given by way of example only and are not limiting of the present invention. The objects of the present invention have been fully and effectively accomplished. The functional and structural principles of the present invention have been shown and described in the embodiments without departing from the principles, embodiments of the present invention may have any deformation or modification.

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1. A sewage treatment module, is suitable for clearance sewage, its characterized in that includes:
a pool;
at least one positioning rail, wherein the positioning rail is disposed in the pool; and
a series of sewage disposal devices configured to dispose of impurities in the pool, wherein the sewage disposal devices are removably and spaced apart from each other on the positioning rails, and the sewage disposal devices are fixed to the pool by the positioning rails.
2. The sewage treatment module of claim 1 wherein said basin comprises a bottom and a front wall, a rear wall and two side walls disposed above said bottom, said positioning rails being disposed on said side walls of said basin and a series of runners formed by said positioning rails on the inside of said side walls, wherein said sewage disposal device is removably disposed on said runners.
3. The sewage treatment module of claim 2 wherein said sewage disposal device comprises a mounting bracket and at least one sewage disposal unit, and said sewage disposal unit is detachably secured to said mounting bracket.
4. The wastewater treatment module according to claim 3, wherein the wastewater treatment unit comprises a filter layer, a biodegradable layer and an iron carbon layer, the biodegradable layer and the iron carbon layer are attached to each other, wherein the filter layer is configured to adsorb and filter large particle impurities in the wastewater, the biodegradable layer is configured to remove organic matters and ammonia nitrogen in the wastewater by means of biodegradation, and the iron carbon layer is configured to remove phosphate in the wastewater by using micro-electrolysis effect.
5. The sewage treatment module of claim 2 further comprising a top cover, wherein said top cover is coverably positioned over an upper end of said basin, said top cover further having ventilation holes.
6. A sewage treatment system adapted to clean sewage, adapted to include:
a water inlet pipe and a water outlet pipe; and
the sewage treatment module is suitable for being buried underground, the water inlet pipe and the water outlet pipe are arranged in the sewage treatment module, and the sewage treatment module comprises a water inlet pipe, a water outlet pipe and a water outlet pipe;
a pool;
at least one positioning rail, wherein the positioning rail is disposed in the pool; and
a series of sewage disposal devices configured to dispose of impurities in the pool, wherein the sewage disposal devices are removably and spaced apart from each other on the positioning rails, and the sewage disposal devices are fixed to the pool by the positioning rails.
7. The wastewater treatment system of claim 6, wherein the basin comprises a bottom and a front wall, a rear wall and two side walls disposed above the bottom, the positioning rails are disposed on the side walls of the basin, and a series of chutes are formed inside the side walls by the positioning rails, wherein the wastewater cleaning devices are removably disposed on the chutes.
8. The wastewater treatment system according to claim 7, wherein said wastewater treatment device comprises a fixed frame and at least one wastewater treatment unit, and said wastewater treatment unit is detachably fixed to said fixed frame.
9. The wastewater treatment system according to claim 8, wherein the wastewater treatment unit comprises a filtering layer, a biodegradable layer and an iron carbon layer, the biodegradable layer and the iron carbon layer are attached to each other, wherein the filtering layer is configured to adsorb and filter large particle impurities in the wastewater, the biodegradable layer is configured to remove organic matters and ammonia nitrogen in the wastewater by means of biodegradation, and the iron carbon layer is configured to remove phosphate in the wastewater by using micro-electrolysis effect.
10. The wastewater treatment system of claim 7, further comprising a top cover, wherein said top cover is adapted to be placed over the upper end of said basin, said top cover further comprising ventilation holes.
11. The wastewater treatment system of claim 7, further comprising a graded filter tank, wherein the graded filter tank is disposed behind the wastewater treatment module, the graded filter tank comprising a filter tank body and grades of particulate matter in the filter tank body, wherein the grades of particulate matter are configured to filter wastewater discharged by the wastewater treatment module.
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