The Hall Reactor system’s treatment differentiation lies in the suspended carrier particles, which have an exceptionally larger surface area than that of the competing biological treatment technologies. Because of this, a higher concentration of bacteria exist in our treatment process, yielding a much higher supply of clean water per treatment cycle.
Additionally, the Hall Reactor vessel’s continuous circulation results in faster remediation by forcing more water, more quickly through the bacteria-dense suspended particles inside the vessel, resulting in an increased amount of treated water, in a shorter amount of time.
Further, because the main process of the system utilizes naturally occurring bacteria, no sludgy waste or excess materials are produced during treatment. The system’s treatment process yields no side-stream of waste, results in no contaminated biological materials, and is an entirely sustainable treatment process.
The Hall Reactor is a unique biological treatment technology that offers many benefits over
current treatment technologies:
30- 45% lower than the OPEX of competing technologies.
The system is scalable.
Reduces contamination concentrations to nearly 0 ppm.
Removes contaminates at a faster rate than competitors.
Produces no side-stream of contaminated materials.
Uses robust bacterial technology, rather than complex and more expensive chemicals.