The Gold Frog utilizes a Blue Frog base unit with an attached patented fine bubble impingement aeration system and a 10 HP Turbo-Float Pump. The unit is very efficient for ponds or lagoons with dense sludge and higher levels of soluble biochemical oxygen demand. The impingement aeration system is utilized for clarification due to its unique ability to oxidize soluble BOD, lower the specific gravity of surface water, sink insoluble BOD, and digest organic sludge in situ. The impingement system fractionates large bubbles into small bubbles, so they do not float out of the water column rapidly, resulting in lower specific gravity of the surface water. This action increases the amount of oxygen in the water for the good bacteria to thrive and cleanse the water.
A Gold Frog placed within a Continuously Stirred Tank Reactor (CSTR) at the point of discharge is utilized for final clarification. Cavitation at the point of impingement lyses bacterial cells, releasing fat and internal enzymes. Fat is converted to soap, lowering surface tension by about 17.5%. Additionally, released internal enzymes hydrolyze biosolids into simple liquids.
Total Horsepower: 13
Clarifies surface water before discharge.
Sinks solids for anaerobic digestion.
Rapidly oxides soluble BOD.
Lowers the specific gravity of surface water to 0.97.
Sinks insoluble BOD four times faster.
Ruptures sludge cells.
The system requires an engineered float depth of 4 feet.
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