Dissolved Air Flotation (DAF) for Wastewater Treatment
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Handbook of Advanced Industrial and Hazardous Wastes Management
© 2018 by Taylor & Francis Group, LLC. Flotation system consists of four major components-air supply, pressurizing pump, retention tank, and flotation chamber. The theory of dissolved air flotation (DAF) process is to separate suspended particles from liquids by bringing the particles to the surface of the liquid. In most cases, DAF is an alternative process to sedimentation and offers several advantages, including better final water quality, rapid startup, higher rates of operation, and thicker sludge. Additionally, DAF systems need less space compared with normal clarifiers, and due to their modular components, they allow easy installation and setup. This chapter covers types of flotation, process description of DAF, theory of DAF, advantages of DAF application in wastewater treatment, application of DAF process in wastewater treatment, and application of DAF in landfill leachate treatment.
Palaniandy, Puganeshwary; Adlan, Hj Mohd Nordin; Aziz, Hamidi Abdul; Murshed, Mohamad Fared; and Hung, Yung Tse, "Dissolved Air Flotation (DAF) for Wastewater Treatment" (2017). Civil and Environmental Engineering Faculty Publications. 209.