The upflow anaerobic sludge blanket reactor (UASB) is a single tank reactor. The wastewater enters the reactor from the bottom and floats upward. When the wastewater passing through the flocculent or granular sludge blankets, anaerobic digestion occurs during contact between the wastewater and the flocculent or granular sludge blankets. They can also recover methane, which can be managed to produce energy. upflow anaerobic sludge blanket reactor (UASB) is a form of an anaerobic digester that is used in the treatment of wastewater. All wastewater treatment plants need the best storage solutions for upflow anaerobic sludge blanket reactor (UASB).
Glass-Fused-to-Steel tank is the best storage solution for upflow anaerobic sludge blanket reactor (UASB), Comparing with concrete or welded steel tanks. Glass-Fused-to-Steel tanks combine the strength and flexibility of steel and the corrosion resistance of glass. After firing at 820°C-930°C high temperature, the molten glass reacts with the steel plate surface to form an inert and inorganic bond, which combines the strength and flexibility of steel and outstanding corrosion resistance of glass, so Glass-Fused-to-Steel tanks can provide many advantages over standard concrete tanks and welded steel tanks. Glass-Fused-to-Steel technology is the premium coating technology in the storage tanks market and Glass-Fused-to-Steel tanks are widely used for upflow anaerobic sludge blanket reactor (UASB).
Advantage of Glass-Fused-to-Steel tank for upflow anaerobic sludge blanket reactor (UASB)
Flexible Sizing: With tank dimensions that are extremely flexible, Glass-Fused-to-Steel tanks can be customized to meet the capacity and installation requirements of any project, and overcome site limitations.
Expansion Possibilities: GFS tank can often be expanded to meet increased storage requirements, without the costs associated with adding a second tank.
Easy to Repair: When a part or accessory on a GFS tank fails, it can easily be unbolted and replaced, unlike other tanks, which require extensive labor to repair.
Factory Finished: The sections of a Glass-Fused-to-Steel tank are manufactured and finished offsite, reducing installation labor, waste, and pollution, as well as weather delays during construction.
Reduced Shipping Costs: Glass-Fused-to-Steel tanks are shipped disassembled, reducing shipping volume and costs.
Faster Installation: Glass-Fused-to-Steel tanks require about one third the installation time of a welded tank, reducing labor costs and allowing the tank to be put into service faster.