Daf stands for dissolved air flotation system. These systems are specifically designed to swiftly remove particles. THe construction allows it to be lightweight, while still maintaining a high level in erosion control. The daf has the capacity to handle a high ph range. It is designed to dissolve solids, and gives chemicals the ability to be incorporated into water flows. A greater flexibility is beneficial. Dag pumps are essential. The treated water is drained out, then compressed air is employed to disperse it back. If you are dealing with a pump, some of the air will not be able to escape from the water. Massive bubbles will have to escape the stream to return to the affluent. It will spread along the length of the daf, and then begin the separation process. As the air releases from the recycling process, tiny bubbles cause them to rise from the top of the daf. Water is cleaned through the lenses before being pumped up the tubes. The top will be removed from floating particles. To find out more information, watch this video. fa4idt6vlf.