16 May Get in the game with FAG Bearings
Australia’s waste and recycling industry relies heavily on the process of cleaning wastewater, which improves its quality before it is recycled and reintroduced into the environment.
The secondary treatment stage of wastewater treatment alters the level of oxygen in the wastewater to create aerobic and anaerobic environments, which foster the growth of bacteria that remove pollutants from the water. This stage removes soluble organic matter and solids that remain following primary treatment. However, during this process, the formation of hydrogen sulphide (H2S) gas occurs naturally in anaerobic conditions. H2S can be corrosive to components and machinery, including standard bearings that rust and become ineffective in such conditions.
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