Basic Principle

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For Agricultural settlement (small town) drainage facility

Ideal for deodorizing and reducing sludge !

Mechacera System

●Mechacera device was developed in collaboration with Tohoku Univ. (Japanese national school) and patented. The purification device utilizes mechanical ceramic balls. Improving and purifying water quality by the powerful oxidizing action of the catalytic effect of Mechacera balls

Mechacera device - Principle 

●Ferritic stainless steel containing 18 kinds of oxide metals such as Iron, Manganese,  Cobalt and Titanium Ceramic

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Mechacera Balls Size: Φ15 and Φ25mm

What is a Mechacera catalyst chemical reaction ?

●It is a cataystic reaction obtained by contacting an aqueous solution containing free chlorine with Mechacera balls

Naclo + H₂O 

NaOH

NaOH + HClO

HClO + [O]

●[O] is Oxygen in the nascent stage that exerts a strong oxiding action

Mechacera device - Applications

Deodorization

   - Agricultural settlement drainage

   - Fishery settlement drainage

   - Sewer drainage

   - various Organic wastewater

   - Compost deodorization

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Sludge weight loss

   - Agricultural settlement drainage

   - Fishery settlement drainage

   - Sewer drainage

   - various Organic wastewater

Oil decomposition

   - Grease Trap

   - Kitchen drainage

   - Oil-impregnated drainage

Water quality improvement

   - Cooling tower

   - Pond

   - Fountain

   - Rust and Red water

   - Scale removal

Mechacera device - Delivery record

●Delivery to various private companies in Japan nationwide

Sludge weight loss by Mechacera device

●Generally, water is purified by microorganisms in wastewater treatment plants. In this case, organic matter (Cx H y O z) is decomposed and water is purified by the oxidizing action of microorganisms. Therefore, microorganisms eat organic matter and propagate and increase, and further, microbial excrement and carcasses are generated as sludge. When using a Mechacera device, the oxidation reaction of OH radicals generated by contacting Mechacera catalyst with an aqueous solution containing chlorine causes oxidation as shown in the figure below and progresses to inorganicization, resulting in progress of sludge decomposition.

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Soluble organic matter in sewage is decomposed into CO₂ (carbon dioxide) and H₂O (water) by the catalytic effect (oxidizing action) of Mechacera water. Organic matter in sludge is divided into soluble organic matter and insoluble persistent organic matter. Soluble organic matter is decomposed into CO₂ and H₂O as shown above. Insoluble persistent organic matter is finely decomposed by Mechacera catalytic effect (oxidizing action) to become soluble organic matter, and further decomposed into CO₂ and H₂O. As a result, sludge is reduced.