For 20 years, Aquacenter has been researching and developing a unique bioreactor, and in 2019 it was certified and received technical specifications for local treatment facilities of the Platon type.
The wastewater treatment process is biological, chemical-free and uses its own natural resources to turn the wastewater into a clear, colorless and odorless liquid. All this happens thanks to the patented bioreactor, where oxygenated microorganisms attach to the flooded process load, forming a biomass ready to quickly and effectively treat wastewater.
The main advantages of the proposed technology are as follows:
Reliability. The simplicity of the design, the absence of complex units, any sensors and servo drives make the treatment facilities reliable and durable. The absence of a complex electronic controller in the control panel makes it possible not to place high demands on the operating personnel.
Due to the special design of the bioreactor, during a power outage at the facility (which often happens), microorganisms can live up to 20 hours, while on traditional systems – no more than 2 hours!
Energy efficiency. Thanks to the use of low-pressure blowers, the specific energy consumption during wastewater treatment does not exceed 0.6 – 0.8 kW / m3 of treated wastewater, which makes the proposed treatment facilities worthy competitors to highly intelligent systems.
Stability of the biological treatment process. Thanks to the patented bioreactor, a consistently high quality of wastewater treatment is achieved, regardless of possible burst discharges, both in terms of costs and pollution concentrations. At low values of wastewater inflow, which is especially common in hotels, the operation of treatment facilities also remains stable.
Ultra-low volume of excess sludge. Thanks to the patented bioreactor, an ultra-low volume of excess sludge is achieved, which must be periodically pumped out and removed. As a result, after cleaning 1 m3 of wastewater, no more than 1.2 liters of excess sludge is formed. Then, as with other manufacturers, this indicator is from 5 liters of sludge per 1 m3 per day.