ID: L02053


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Good Used


Siemens, US Filter


Water Treatment Plants

SKU: L02053 Categories: ,


MemJet Xpress membrane bioreactor water treatment plant in excellent condition rated for 50,000 GPD average capacity. Equip yourself with the gold standard.


Manufacture & Design

  • Rated for 50,000 gallon per day average daily flow
    • with peaks up to 100,000 gallon per day
  • Primary treatment using fine screening
    • 2 mm perforated plate drum screen
  • Biological nutrient removal including anoxic (denitrification) zone and aerobic (nitrification) zone with dissolved oxygen control
  • Membrane operating system (MOS) for filtration
  • Full Siemens process description is available



  • Originally commissioned in 2009
  • Operated for approximately 6 years
  • Moved in 2017 to current location in BC
  • Stored as pictured since 2017


24′ x 60′ Building

  • Building was designed specifically to house this wastewater treatment plant
  • Designed to accomodate a 6,000 lb. overhead crane
  • Dimensions:
    • 24′ Wide
    • 60′ Long
    • 26′ High
  • Includes:
    • Frame
    • Roof
  • Does NOT include:
    • Cladding


MemJet® Xpress Membrane Bioreactor Packaged Plants *

USFilter’s MemJet® Xpress Membrane Bioreactor (MBR) packaged plant is a robust wastewater treatment process with inherent features designed to reduce maintenance and provide reliable and efficient wastewater treatment for small scale applications. The MemJet Xpress utilizes the immersed membrane bioreactor operating system from the USFilter MemJet® MBR process, a unique wastewater treatment process designed for municipal and industrial applications. Designed for applications from 25,000 gallons per day (gpd) to 100,000 gpd, the MemJet Xpress is ideally suited for land development sites, golf courses, resorts, small municipalities or industrial applications. The prefabricated steel tanks will include pre-installed internals and skid-mounted pumps and blowers to reduce time and onsite labor for installation. In the MBR process, wastewater is screened before entering the tank where biological treatment process takes place. Aeration within the aerobic reactor zone provides oxygen for the biological respiration and maintains solids in suspension. To retain the active biomass in the process, the MBR relies on submerged membranes rather than clarifiers, eliminating sludge settleability issues. This allows the biological process to operate at long sludge ages (typically 20-100 days) and increased mixed liquor suspended solids (MLSS) concentrations (typically 8,000–14,000 mg/L).

* as per manufacturer brochure