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Degasser or Aeration chamber
Degasser or Aeration chamber
Degasser or Aeration chamber
Degasser or Aeration chamber
Degasser or Aeration chamber
Degasser or Aeration chamber
Degasser or Aeration chamber

Degasser or Aeration chamber

The aeration process is controlled by a professional industrial control computer + SIEMENS PLC. It uses industrial steam to keep central heating, the steam heat exchange system is used to heat up the room. It has the advantages of fast heating, good heat uniformity and a clean room. Room temperature, circulating hot water pump and cycle fan start-stop time and other parameters, the user can set as needed. The whole process is recorded by computer and can be called, viewed and printed at any time.
The aeration chamber has a central heating tank and a separate exhaust control system.
The hot wind is sent to the aeration room for circulating heating through the explosion-proof air cabinet.
Each chamber is designed to install 1 set of temperature sensors, and the test data is monitored and recorded in real-time.
No-load temperature uniformity of + / - 5 ℃ in the aeration room.

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Degassing  chamber

Primary technical parameters

Use circulating hot water to warm and heat air circulation inside the chamber

Automatic aeration timing

Airflow velocity supervise

Adjust the temperature deviation automatically

Set the temperature range at 38-60°C freely

Computer control

Each batch automatic recording

Operating state on-screen display( temperature, aeration state, airflow velocity and time)

Product Details:

The use of degasser or aeration chamber in ethylene oxide sterilization workshop has many benefits, mainly reflected in the following aspects:
Degasser or aeration chamber can effectively remove residual ethylene oxide from sterilized items. Although ethylene oxide is an efficient sterilant, it itself has a certain degree of toxicity. Through the treatment of degasser or aeration chamber, it can be ensured that the ethylene oxide content in the items reaches safety standards, thereby protecting the health of users.
The use of degasser or aeration chamber can help improve the sterilization effect. During the sterilization process, ethylene oxide may react with certain components in the items, affecting the sterilization effect. Through degassing or aeration, these reaction products can be removed, making the sterilization effect more thorough.
The use of a degasser or aeration chamber can also increase production efficiency. After sterilization, items require a certain amount of time to degas or aerate. Performing this step through a dedicated degasser or aeration chamber can save time and improve the overall operating efficiency of the production line.
From an environmental perspective, a degasser or aeration chamber also helps reduce ethylene oxide emissions. Through effective treatment, environmental pollution can be reduced and meet the environmental protection requirements of modern industrial production.
The use of degasser or aeration chamber in ethylene oxide sterilization workshop has many benefits such as improving sterilization effect, protecting user health, improving production efficiency and environmental protection. In actual applications, appropriate equipment should be selected according to specific needs and conditions, and operated in strict accordance with operating procedures to ensure its normal operation and best results.
FIRSTEO Machinery
Equipment Co., Ltd.

FIRSTEO Machinery Equipment Co., Ltd. is one of the well-known China Degasser or Aeration chamber manufacturers and Degasser or Aeration chamber suppliers in China. We have our own technology development, design, production, sales and service department. Our products include the overall facilities of the ethylene oxide sterilization workshop, the pretreatment room, the ethylene oxide sterilizer, the analytical room and the ethylene oxide waste gas treat equipment. Our company has established in a quality management system which accordance with ISO9001:2008 and ENISO13485:2003/AC2009. Our company is engaged in: pretreatment - sterilizer - strong analytical --EO waste gas treatment, the whole process equipment manufacturing factory to provide custom Degasser or Aeration chamber and wholesale Degasser or Aeration chamber. We are a famous China Degasser or Aeration chamber suppliers and Degasser or Aeration chamber factory of ethylene oxide sterilization that uses hot air heating system in China, and had applied the "utility model patent certificate" (energy saving, water-saving, no corrosion, fast heating speed; which can extend the life of the equipment for 10-15 years). Our own FSTEO-WQ series of ethylene oxide waste air absorption and treatment equipment was developed with the domestic universities. It allows the low temperature reaction process and reselected the catalyst reacting under low temperature. The removal rate of the waste gas was more than 99.9% after the purification of the waste gas. The emission residual gas is far below the national standard requirements. We have also developed an automatic control system which can join the operation between the waste gas treat process and the sterilizing cabinet. Our technical engineers have decades of experience in the industry. So we can provide professional man to install, test, training or repair machine for customer. We have a large number of high-quality customers: Jiangsu Fresenius Medical Care (Germany), Nanchang Kelinnike Medical Appliance (Germany), Shenzhen DooJung Group (Korea), Nanjing micro-tech, Winner Medical and other well-known Pharmaceutical equipment or other related products enterprises in China. We can also provide you with the best equipment and services.

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    What is the purpose of a degasser in a water treatment system?

    The purpose of a degasser in a water treatment system is to remove dissolved gases from water. Dissolved gases can be present in water due to various reasons, such as the natural process of gas solubility, industrial processes, or chemical reactions. However, these gases can have detrimental effects on the quality and functionality of water in different applications. Therefore, a degasser is employed to eliminate or reduce the concentration of dissolved gases to acceptable levels.
    One of the main reasons for degassing water is to improve its taste and odor. Dissolved gases like hydrogen sulfide, methane, or carbon dioxide can impart unpleasant smells or flavors to the water, making it unpalatable for consumption. By removing these gases, the degasser enhances the aesthetic quality of the water, making it more appealing to consumers.
    In addition to taste and odor improvement, degassers play a crucial role in water treatment processes that involve sensitive equipment. Dissolved gases can lead to the formation of gas bubbles or foam, which can impede the efficient operation of machinery and disrupt the overall treatment process. For instance, in industries like power generation, oil refining, or semiconductor manufacturing, the presence of gases can cause corrosion, clogging, or reduced heat transfer efficiency in equipment. By removing the dissolved gases, a degasser helps to protect and prolong the lifespan of such equipment, ensuring their optimal performance.
    Moreover, degassing is essential in water treatment systems that use membrane-based technologies, such as reverse osmosis or ultrafiltration. The presence of dissolved gases can lead to the formation of gas bubbles on the surface of the membranes, resulting in reduced membrane efficiency and decreased water quality. Through degassing, these unwanted gases are removed, preventing membrane fouling and maintaining the effectiveness of the filtration process.
    The process of degassing involves exposing the water to conditions that facilitate the release of dissolved gases. There are different types of degassers used in water treatment systems, including vacuum degassers, membrane degassers, and stripping towers. Vacuum degassers operate by creating a low-pressure environment, causing the dissolved gases to be released from the water and evacuated. Membrane degassers, on the other hand, employ semi-permeable membranes to selectively remove gases while allowing the passage of water. Stripping towers involve passing the water through a tower with countercurrent airflow, facilitating the transfer of dissolved gases from the water to the air.

    What are the benefits of using an aeration chamber in wastewater treatment?

    The use of an aeration chamber in wastewater treatment offers several benefits that contribute to the overall effectiveness of the treatment process. An aeration chamber, also known as an aerator or aerating tank, is a key component of biological wastewater treatment systems. It provides an oxygen-rich environment that promotes the growth of beneficial microorganisms, facilitating the breakdown and removal of organic pollutants. Here are some of the benefits of using an aeration chamber in wastewater treatment:
    Enhanced organic pollutant removal: The primary function of an aeration chamber is to introduce oxygen into the wastewater. Oxygen is essential for the growth and activity of aerobic microorganisms, which play a vital role in the biological degradation of organic pollutants. The presence of oxygen in the aeration chamber stimulates the growth of these microorganisms, allowing them to metabolize and break down organic matter more efficiently. As a result, the aeration chamber significantly enhances the removal of organic pollutants from the wastewater, leading to improved water quality.
    Reduction of odors: Wastewater often carries unpleasant odors due to the presence of organic compounds, such as sulfides and volatile fatty acids. The aeration process in the chamber promotes the aerobic metabolism of these compounds by microorganisms, effectively reducing the odorous emissions. By providing an oxygen-rich environment, the aeration chamber helps to control and mitigate the generation of foul-smelling gases, resulting in a more pleasant working environment for operators and reduced odor nuisances in the vicinity of the treatment facility.
    Control of dissolved oxygen levels: Maintaining appropriate levels of dissolved oxygen (DO) in wastewater is crucial for optimal treatment performance. The aeration chamber allows operators to control and adjust DO levels based on the specific requirements of the treatment process. By monitoring and regulating the oxygen supply, the aeration chamber ensures that microorganisms have sufficient oxygen to thrive and carry out their metabolic activities effectively. This control also helps prevent oxygen deficiencies or excesses, which can lead to process disruptions or detrimental effects on the microbial community.
    Mixing and suspension of solids: The mechanical action of aeration in the chamber promotes the mixing and suspension of solids within the wastewater. This prevents settling or sedimentation of suspended solids, ensuring that they remain in contact with the microorganisms for an extended period. The continuous mixing action helps to distribute oxygen and nutrients evenly, maximizing the utilization of organic matter by microorganisms and facilitating the overall degradation process. Efficient mixing and suspension also contribute to the prevention of sludge deposition and the formation of stagnant zones within the treatment system.
    Energy efficiency: Although aeration requires energy for the operation of blowers or diffusers, modern aeration systems have evolved to be more energy-efficient. Advances in aeration technology, such as the use of fine bubble diffusers and optimized control strategies, have resulted in reduced energy consumption while maintaining or improving treatment efficiency. Energy-efficient aeration systems help minimize operational costs and reduce the environmental impact associated with energy use.