KR101022817B1 - Inhibition device for preventing from algae generation - Google Patents

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KR101022817B1
KR101022817B1 KR20080089897A KR20080089897A KR101022817B1 KR 101022817 B1 KR101022817 B1 KR 101022817B1 KR 20080089897 A KR20080089897 A KR 20080089897A KR 20080089897 A KR20080089897 A KR 20080089897A KR 101022817 B1 KR101022817 B1 KR 101022817B1
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The present invention relates to an algae suppression apparatus that suppresses the generation of algae due to the discharged water of the sewage and wastewater treatment facility.

The present invention simply installs and replaces a copper electrode plate that dissociates copper ions for preventing algae in treated water of a sewage and wastewater treatment facility. The present invention provides an algae suppression apparatus that can be used for a long time without replacing the copper electrode plate.

Algae generation suppression apparatus of the present invention comprises an electrolytic cell of the inlet portion, the reaction portion and the mixing portion;

Inflow portion is a treatment water is introduced, the water level level sensor is installed to measure the water level;

It is composed of an insulating member, and a plurality of fitting grooves are formed on the bottom surface of the reaction section at intervals, and each of the fitting grooves vertically joins the copper electrode plates having the coupling pieces formed thereon, and the coupling pieces of the copper electrode plates alternately to both sides. The electrode is coupled to the electrode to apply the positive electrode and the negative electrode to the copper electrode plate. At the bottom of the reaction part, the copper ions dissociated from the copper electrode plate mix well with the treated water and the wear of the copper electrode plate is uniform. Reaction unit is installed so that the air stirring device is made to contain copper ions in the treated water; And

Characterized by consisting of a mixing unit for further stirring the treated water containing copper ions to uniformly mix the copper ions with the treated water.

The device of the present invention is easy to install and replace a copper electrode plate by alternately installing a copper electrode plate to which the anode and the cathode are applied to the fitting groove of the reaction part formed of the insulating member in the electrolytic cell, and set to the combined copper electrode plate By supplying the anode and the cathode alternately at time intervals to dissociate the copper ions there is an effect that can be used for a long time without replacing the copper electrode plate.

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Bird generation suppression device {INHIBITION DEVICE FOR PREVENTING FROM ALGAE GENERATION}

The present invention relates to an algae suppression apparatus, and in particular, to prevent algae from occurring in the discharged water by passing through the reaction section in which the copper ions of the electrolytic cell dissociate before the treated water of the sewage / wastewater treatment facility is discharged into a river or river. Of course, the installation and replacement of the copper electrode plate is easily made in the reaction unit, and by applying a cathode and an anode to the copper electrode plate alternately at set time intervals, the present invention relates to an algae suppression apparatus that can be used for a long time without replacing the copper electrode plate. will be.

Conventionally, the treated water of sewage and wastewater treatment facilities has been discharged into rivers and rivers, but the algae generated by the discharged waters have caused adverse effects on natural ecosystems such as rivers and rivers.

Algae are primitive eukaryotes belonging to the protozoa, with approximately 25,000 species. Algae vary widely in size, for example, from small, single-celled flagellar insects, on the order of 3 μm, to large leafy kelp, up to 62 m.

Algae are capable of photosynthesis but lack true leaf stems, leaves, stems, roots, and vascular systems. In Korea, there is a large number of inhabitants in discharged rivers that discharge treated water from sewage and wastewater treatment facilities between spring and autumn.

Due to the occurrence of algae, not only causes aesthetic rejection when the treated water is reused, but also increases the treatment cost of drinking water.

As a method for removing algae, the ocher spray method for spraying ocher, flocculant method for adding chemicals (coagulant), dissolved air flotation method for forced injection of air, ozone treatment method using ozone, etc. are used to remove algae already generated. There are various problems as a method for doing this.

In addition, oxidizing agents (Cl 2 CIO 2 ) and copper sulfate (CuSO 4 ) are generally used to suppress the generation of algae. This oxidant and copper sulfate were not suitable for a large amount of use because of a low PH, chlorine odor, and excessive cost.

"Algae generation suppression device" that suppresses the occurrence of algae is disclosed in Republic of Korea Patent No. 10-0777399 (notice date: November 29, 2007). Here, "algae generation suppression device" is a susceptor pipe (SUS PIPE) is installed so that the cathode is applied in the reaction tank, a copper rod disposed so that the anode is applied in the sustain tube, and the converter is electrically connected so that the copper rod dissociates copper ions Consists of.

However, when the anode rod is supplied to the copper rod and copper ions are dissociated, the copper rod eventually disappears, so it must be replaced with a new rod.

The present invention has been developed in order to solve the problems caused during discharge of the treated water of the wastewater treatment facility in the conventional manner, as described above,

The installation and replacement of the copper electrode plate that dissociates algae-preventing copper ions into the treated water of the sewage and wastewater treatment facility is simplified, and the copper is applied by applying the negative electrode and the positive electrode to the copper electrode plate to which the positive electrode and the negative electrode are applied. It is to provide an algae suppression apparatus that can be used for a long time without replacing the electrode plate.

The present invention provides a device for suppressing algae generation by electrolyzing and discharging treated water stored in a treated water tank of a wastewater treatment facility,

An inlet portion into which the treated water flows into the electrolyzer, a reaction portion to dissociate the copper ions into the treated water, and a mixing portion to stir the treated water containing the copper ions to uniformly mix the copper ions;

The reaction part is composed of an insulating member, and a plurality of fitting grooves are formed on the bottom surface of the reaction part at intervals, and each of the fitting grooves vertically couples a copper electrode plate having a coupling piece thereon, and the coupling pieces of the copper electrode plate are on both sides. Alternately positioned, the bonding piece is coupled to the electrode rod to apply the positive electrode and the negative electrode to the copper electrode plate, the copper ions dissociated from the copper electrode plate is mixed well with the treated water at the bottom of the reaction part and wear of the copper electrode plate An air stirring device is installed so as to be uniform;

The mixing unit is equipped with an air stirring device at the bottom to agitate the treated water containing copper ions and a concentration sensor for measuring the copper ion concentration,

The inlet is achieved by the installation of a water level sensor for measuring the water level.

The algae suppression apparatus of the present invention is easy to install and replace a copper electrode plate by alternately installing a copper electrode plate to which the positive electrode and the negative electrode are applied to the fitting groove of the reaction part formed of the insulating member in the electrolytic cell, and the combined copper electrode plate By alternately supplying the anode and the cathode at predetermined time intervals to dissociate the copper ions, there is an effect that can be used for a long time without replacing the copper electrode plate.

Hereinafter, an embodiment of the algae suppression apparatus of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings.

The algae generation suppressing apparatus of the present invention is a copper ion in the electrolytic bath (1) again before the treated water is discharged from the treated water tank (35), which stores the treated water of the sewage and wastewater treatment facility, into a natural ecosystem such as a river or river. It can be the occurrence of a bird according to the effluent and then discharged effectively suppressed by containing the handle (Cu + 2).

In the algae generation suppression apparatus of the present invention, the treated water tank 25 and the electrolytic cell 1 for storing the treated water of the wastewater treatment facility are connected to the first pipe line 38, and the treated water stored in the treated water tank 25 is It is supplied to the electrolytic cell 1 via one pipe line 38.

For example, the first pipeline 38 is composed of a main line 38a for precisely adjusting the amount of water supplied to the electrolytic cell 1, and a subline 38b for simply opening and closing movement without adjusting the amount of treated water. do. That is, the flow meter 40 and the valve 38-1, to the main line 38a of the first pipe line 38 to precisely adjust the amount of the treated water supplied to the treated water inlet 3 of the electrolytic cell 1. 38-2) are installed. When the flowmeter 40 fails and the amount of treated water cannot be accurately adjusted, the flow meter 40 is supplied to the treated water inlet 3 through the valve 38-3 of the subline 38b.

On the other hand, the first pipe line 38 is not connected to the electrolytic cell 1, and the second line 39 is branched so that the treated water is naturally discharged, and the valve 39-1 is installed. This is to discharge the treated water directly to nature without electrolyzing the treated water in the electrolyzer 1 at night when no algae are generated.

The algae generation suppressing apparatus of the present invention includes an electrolytic cell 1 in the form of a quadrilateral tank or a circular tank to contain copper ions preventing algae in the treated water before discharge of the treated water.

The electrolyzer 1 is disposed after the inlet 7 through which the treated water flows, the inlet 7 after the inlet 7 of the electrolyzer 1 to electrolyze the treated water, and the dissociated from the reaction unit 8. copper ions consists of a mixing section (9) disposed in the reaction part 8 is then so as to uniformly mix the more copper ion after discharge before containing (Cu + 2).

The electrolytic cell 1 is copper ion, and the reaction part 8 to dissociate (Cu 2 +) is formed at the center, half eungbu 8 is such that the main body 2 and the electrical insulation of the electrolytic cell (1) polyethylene (PE) and It is preferable that the same insulating member (5).

The inlet 7 of the electrolytic cell 1 is provided with an inlet 3 so that the treated water stored in the treated water tank 35 flows in, and the mixing part 9 has copper ions dissociated by electrolytic treatment more uniformly with the treated water. The outlet 4 is provided to be discharged or discharged after mixing.

The reaction section 8 and the mixing section 9 of the electrolytic cell 1 are further provided with air stirring devices 6 and 6a so that copper ions are well mixed with the treated water. The air stirring apparatus 6 is also provided in the bottom surface of the reaction part 8. The air stirring apparatus 6, 6a is supplied with air having a predetermined pressure through the air supply line 33-1 by an air supply means such as a blower 33, into the reaction section 8 and the mixing section 9. Air is blown out so that aeration occurs, so that the treatment water and the copper ions are uniformly mixed.

A plurality of fitting grooves 5a are formed on the bottom surface of the reaction part 8 of the electrolytic cell 1 so that the copper electrode plates 10 are fitted. The fitting groove 5a is preferably formed in the flow direction of the treated water so that the copper electrode plate 10 is coupled without interfering with the flow of the treated water.

The reaction section 8 allows the treated water to flow into the reaction section 8 from the inlet section 7 well, and the copper ions dissociate in the reaction section 8 and then flows well to the mixing section 9 side. The upper side on the side) and the upper side on the side of the mixing section 9 are each formed concave.

The copper electrode plates 10 respectively supported by the plurality of fitting grooves 5a formed at the bottom of the reaction part 8 are generally composed of a panel having a rectangular shape, and have a positive voltage or negative voltage (positive or negative electrode). Coupling pieces 11 are formed to protrude from the upper side so as to be respectively applied through 20. In addition, coupling pieces 12 are formed in the coupling pieces 11 to fit the electrode rods 20.

The copper electrode plate 10 is supported by the fitting groove 5a of the reaction part 8 so that the coupling pieces 11 are alternately arranged on one side and the other side. For example, the coupling piece 11 of the copper electrode plate 10 is positioned on one side or the right side (see FIG. 2), and then the copper electrode plate 10 disposed next is positioned on the other side or the left side (see FIG. 2). The copper electrode plate 10 is placed upside down on the Y axis. Then, the coupling piece 11 is positioned on the right side of the copper electrode plate 10, and then the coupling electrode 11 is positioned on the left side of the copper electrode plate 10. Mutual interference is eliminated at the time of coupling 20, and the positive electrode or the negative electrode can be applied to the electrode 20, respectively. The positive electrode or the negative electrode applied to the electrode 20 is alternately applied to the negative electrode instead of the positive electrode and the negative electrode according to the control time input to the controller, that is, the set time.

This will be described in more detail with reference to FIG. 3. In the copper electrode plate 10 corresponding to an odd position (the bottom position in FIG. 3) of the plurality of copper electrode plates 10 installed in the reaction unit 8, a positive voltage is applied. Is applied through the one electrode 20, and to the copper electrode plate 10 corresponding to the even position (bottom upper position in Figure 3)-voltage is applied through the other electrode 20 of the odd position The copper electrode plate 10 becomes a + copper electrode plate (anode plate), and the even-numbered copper electrode plate 10 becomes a-copper electrode plate (cathode plate).

Cu → Cu 2 + + 2e - : positive electrode plate (copper plate electrode)

2H + + 2e - → H 2 : negative electrode plate (copper plate electrode)

The copper ions dissociated from the copper electrode plate 10 are toxic to the generation and growth of algae, and an appropriate amount is present in the soil. In the water quality standards for wastewater treatment, copper ions are regulated to 3 ppm.

When the concentration of copper ions in the water is 0.2ppm, algae did not occur. At 0.4ppm or more, the algae were killed and do not multiply.

The amount of copper ions (copper ion concentration) dissociated from the anode copper electrode plate may be formed by the gap between the cathode plate and the anode plate, or by controlling voltage and current. For example, if the voltage or current is increased, the oxidation rate of the anode copper electrode plate is increased, and thus the copper electrode plate corresponding to the anode side becomes thinner. Therefore, the anode copper electrode plate must be replaced.

To prevent this, apply + voltage to + copper electrode plate (anode plate) instead of + voltage to-copper electrode plate (cathode plate), and-apply + voltage to copper electrode plate (cathode plate) instead of + voltage to + copper It can be used by changing into an electrode plate (anode plate). As a result, the service life can be extended by simply changing the positive electrode and the negative electrode without replacing the copper electrode plate on the positive electrode side.

Control of the positive voltage or negative voltage applied to the electrode rods 20 respectively coupled to the coupling pieces 11 of the copper electrode plate 10 (control of the application of the positive electrode or the negative electrode) is performed by the controller 30 at a predetermined time interval. By controlling 31.

That is, the power supply 31 supplies + voltage to one electrode 20 coupled to the copper electrode plate 10 and − voltage to the other electrode 20. When the set time elapses and the thickness of the anode copper electrode plate 10 becomes thin, + voltage is applied to the + copper electrode plate (anode plate)-to be changed to the copper electrode plate (cathode plate)-while on the copper electrode plate (cathode plate) + By applying a voltage to the + copper electrode plate (anode plate), it can be used continuously for a long time without replacing the copper electrode plate 10 provided in the reaction section 8.

The algae generation suppression apparatus of the present invention is connected to the treatment tank 35 in which the electrolytic cell 1 stores the treated water of the wastewater treatment facility. The treatment tank 35 is provided with a water level sensor 37 for detecting the water level of the treatment water, and a pump 36 is installed to pump the treatment water of the treatment tank 35 into the electrolytic cell 1.

In addition, the +,-voltage or current applied to the copper electrode plate 10 installed in the reaction unit 8 is made by the power supply 31 of the controller 30 at set time intervals. When the copper electrode plate 10 corresponding to the positive electrode plate becomes thin, the power supply 31 replaces the copper electrode plate 10 by supplying by changing + and − to replace the copper electrode plate 10 corresponding to the negative electrode plate with the positive electrode plate. Long-term use is possible.

The copper concentration measuring device 32 controlled by the control unit 30 is connected to the copper concentration sensor 32a installed in the mixing unit 9 to measure the copper concentration value contained in the treated water in the mixing unit 9. The copper concentration value measured by the copper concentration meter 32 is transmitted to the control unit 30, and the control unit 30 supplies the voltage or current supplied to the reaction unit 8 according to the copper concentration value of the copper concentration meter 32. By controlling the amount of copper ions dissociated from the copper electrode plate 10 corresponding to the positive electrode plate is adjusted.

A level sensor 34 is installed adjacent to the inlet 3 of the electrolyzer 1 to detect the water level of the treated water, so that the pump 36 is transferred from the treated water tank 35 to the electrolyzer 1 from the wastewater treatment plant. The amount of treated water supplied by the pumping operation is controlled.

In addition, the treatment tank 35 is also provided with a water level sensor 37 for detecting the water level (the height of the water contained in the treatment tank).

Similarly, the inlet 7 of the electrolytic cell 1 is provided with a water level sensor 34 for detecting the water level (the height of the water contained in the treated water tank), and the electrolytic cell from the treated water tank 35 by the pumping action of the pump 36. The amount of treated water supplied to 1) is controlled.

In the reaction part 8 of the electrolytic cell 1, when copper ions are contained in the treated water and flow to the next mixing part 9, the copper concentration measuring instrument measures the copper ion concentration contained in the treated water in the mixing part 9. (Copper Analyzer) 32 is installed in the mixing part 9. Reference numeral 32a is a concentration sensor for detecting the copper concentration. According to the copper concentration meter 32, the amount of voltage or current applied to the copper electrode plate 10 of the reaction unit 8 is appropriately adjusted so that a proper amount of copper ions are contained in the discharged water discharged to the outside of the electrolytic cell 1.

On the other hand, the power supply 31 controlled by the control unit 30 is an electrode rod (coupling) respectively coupled to the coupling piece 11 of the copper electrode plate 10, more specifically the coupling hole 12 of the coupling piece 11 ( 20, the anode or cathode is connected to the copper electrode plate 10 alternately at predetermined time intervals.

The algae generation suppressing apparatus of the present invention includes a predetermined amount of copper ions in the treated water to suppress the generation of algae without directly discharging the treated water of the treated water tank 35 storing the treated water of the wastewater treatment facility to the natural ecosystem. And then released into the natural ecosystem.

Since algae are generated by photosynthesis during the day, the water to be discharged during the day flows through the first pipeline 38 to the inlet 3 of the electrolytic cell 1 of the present invention by the pumping operation of the pump 36. . Inflow detected by the water level level sensor 34 of the treatment tank 35 and the inflow detected by the water level level sensor 34 installed in the inlet 7 of the electrolytic bath 1. The level level detection value of the unit 7 is transmitted to the controller 30, and the controller 30 controls the operation of the pump 36 according to a preset reference value.

The treated water supplied to the electrolytic cell 1 by the pumping operation of the pump 36 passes through the first pipeline 38 and the flow meter (F / Q) 40 and the valves 38-1 and 38-2. It is supplied through the installed main line 38a (at this time, the valve 38-3 of the subline 38b is cut off). The flow rate value supplied to the electrolyzer 1 through this flowmeter 4 is controlled by the control unit 30. The control unit 30 controls the opening and closing of the valves 38-1 and 38-2 according to the flow rate setting value, and the valve of the main line 38a in an emergency such as when the flowmeter 40 is broken. 38-1 and 38-2 can be interrupted | blocked, and the valve 38-3 of the sub line 38b can be opened and closed so that the process water may be supplied from the processing tank 35 to the electrolytic cell 1.

The height of the water is sensed by the treated water level sensor 34 flowing into the inlet 7 of the electrolytic cell 1, and the detected height of the water is transmitted to the controller 30. Thereafter, the copper electrode plates 10 installed in the reaction unit 8 of the electrolytic cell 1 made of the insulating member 5 control the power supply 31 of the controller 30 to have a predetermined value at a predetermined time interval. + Voltage and − voltage) are applied to the copper electrode plate 10 through the electrode 20. As a result, the positive voltage is applied to the copper electrode plate 10 provided in the electrolytic cell 1 in the flow direction of the treated water, and copper ions are dissociated from the copper electrode plate 10 serving as the anode plate, and are contained in the treated water in the electrolytic cell 1. . At this time, the air of a predetermined pressure is supplied to the air stirring device 6 through the blower line 33-1 by the blower 33 at the lower part of the reaction part 8 of the electrolytic cell 1, and blows into the reaction part 8. Therefore, the copper ions dissociated into the reaction part 8 in the electrolytic cell 1 can be mixed well with the treated water in the reaction part 8. The power supply 31 controlled by the control unit 30 may be a DC power supply to accurately control and supply a constant voltage or current to the copper electrode plate 10 at predetermined time intervals. For example, the power supply 31 controlled by the controller 30 may include an electrode rod coupled to the coupling piece 11 of the copper electrode plate 10, more specifically, the coupling hole 12 of the coupling piece 11. 20 and the anode or cathode may be alternately applied to the copper electrode plate 10 through the electrode rod 30 at predetermined time intervals.

On the other hand, in the algae suppression apparatus of the present invention, the positive electrode plate is dissociated from the copper electrode plate 10 corresponding to the positive electrode plate by supplying a positive voltage by the electrolytic action of the copper electrode plate 10 installed in the electrolytic cell 1. The thickness of the copper electrode plate 10 corresponding to the thinner. Therefore, in the case of long-term use, only the copper electrode plate 10 of one side corresponding to the positive electrode plate is corroded, and the copper electrode plate 10 of the other side corresponding to the negative electrode plate is not thinned.

Therefore, by changing the +,-voltage supplied to the copper electrode plate 10 corresponding to the positive electrode plate on one side and the copper electrode plate 10 corresponding to the negative electrode plate on the other side at set time intervals, the copper electrode plate corresponding to the positive electrode ( 10) It has the advantage that it can be used continuously for a long time without replacing and can slow down the replacement time of the copper electrode plate.

That is, since the wear of the copper electrode plate 10 is made uniform by alternating + and − voltages, the copper electrode plate 10 can be used for a long time.

In this way, the treated water in which the copper ions are mixed and stirred is flowed into the next mixing section 9, and the air is blown into the mixing section 9 by the air stirring apparatuses 6a provided at the bottom of the mixing section 9. Thus, the treated water and copper ions are more uniformly mixed, and the treated water containing copper ions is discharged to the natural ecosystem through the outlet 4.

The algae generation suppression apparatus of the present invention supplies the treated water from the treated water tank 35 of the waste water treatment facility to the electrolytic cell 1 by electrolytic treatment as described above, so that the treated water contains a predetermined amount of copper ions, and then the electrolytic cell. (1) By generating the ion-containing treated water to the outside, the generation of algae can be suppressed.

However, since algae are generated by photosynthesis, the electrolytic cell 1 of the present invention is discharged through the second pipeline 39 without ionizing the treated water in the electrolytic cell 1 of the present invention.

For example, the controller 3 blocks the first pipeline 38. That is, the valves 38-1 and 38-2 of the main line 38a and the valve 38-3 of the subline 38b are shut off, and the valve 39-1 of the second pipe line is opened.

Although the preferred embodiments of the present invention have been described in detail above, the present invention is not limited to the above embodiments, and can be variously modified and modified within the scope of the claims, the detailed description of the invention, and the accompanying drawings. Such changes, modifications, and the like are, of course, within the scope of the present invention.

1 is a cross-sectional view showing an embodiment of the algae suppression apparatus of the present invention.

FIG. 2 is an exploded perspective view illustrating the copper electrode plate and the electrode of FIG. 1; FIG.

3 is a plan view of FIG.

Figure 4 is a schematic diagram showing a partial cutaway perspective view of the algae suppression apparatus of the present invention and the connection of the control unit for controlling it.

* Description of the symbols for the main parts of the drawings *

1: electrolyzer 2: body

3: inlet 4: outlet

5: insulation member 5a: coupling groove

6, 6a: air stirring device 7: inlet

8: reaction section 9: mixing section

10: copper electrode plate 11: bonding piece

12: coupling hole 20: electrode

30: control unit 31: power supply

32: copper concentration meter 33: blower

34: level sensor 35: treatment tank

36: pump 37: level sensor

38: first pipeline 38a: main line

38b: Sub Lines 38-1, 38-2, 38-3: Valve

39: second pipeline 39-1: valve

40: flow meter

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Processed water is stored in the treated water tank 35 of the sewage / waste water treatment facility, and the first water connecting the treated water tank 35 and the electrolyzer 1 to supply the treated water to the next electrolytic bath 1 to electrolyze the treated water. The pipeline 38, the water level sensor 37, and the pump 36 are installed in the treatment tank 35, and receive a detection signal from the water level sensor 37 to control the pump 36. In the algae generation suppression apparatus comprising: An electrolytic cell 1 is installed next to the treated water tank 35 so that the treated water of the treated water tank 35 is supplied, and a reaction part 8 composed of an insulating member 5 to electrolyze the treated water supplied to the electrolytic cell 1. A plurality of fitting grooves 5a are formed at intervals on the bottom surface thereof, and the fitting grooves 5a are formed at the top with coupling pieces 11 formed thereon, respectively; The copper electrode plate 10 includes an electrode rod 20 coupled to the coupling piece 11 so that the coupling pieces 11 are alternately aligned at both sides, and the anode and cathode are applied to the copper electrode plate 10; The electrode rods 20 are respectively coupled to the coupling holes 12 of the coupling pieces 11, and the control unit 30 is alternately applied to the copper electrode plate 10 through the electrode rods 20 at a predetermined time interval. A power supply 31 controlled by; A stirring device 6 installed at the bottom of the reaction part 8 such that copper ions dissociated from the copper electrode plate 10 are well mixed with the treated water; The mixing unit 9 is further installed after the reaction unit 8, and the treated water electrolytically treated in the reaction unit 8 is mixed with the bottom surface of the mixing unit 9 so that copper ions are uniformly contained in the treated water. An algae generation suppression apparatus comprising an installed air stirring device (6a). delete delete delete delete
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