At Ecoplast, we have decided how to produce biopurifiers that are simple and reliable. Together with the German leading partner ATB, which operates in the field of wastewater treatment systems, we have combined the best characteristics of the tested biopurifiers. We have developed a simple and reliable technology for the SBR biopurifier. Ecoplast biopurifier, type PUROO® ELEMENTS, is based on aerobic purification. The entire process is monitored using a monitoring device of different programs of the type: ECO, S or SSW. A patented reliable ball valve is installed in the biopurifiers. The biological module is designed as a mobile technological equipment, which can be serviced without additional emptying of the chambers and is pulled out using two previously unscrewed safety screws. Biopurifiers operate on the principle of activated sludge according to the SBR purification process. With average water use, up to 3 cycles take place daily.
Phase 1 Filling - wastewater enters the first chamber (primary settling tank), where non-degradable substances are deposited. Through the opening in the partition wall, the wastewater flows through the overflow into the SBR chamber at the bottom of the SBR reactor. Surface water is leveled by a biopurifier.
Phase 2 Purification- when the water level is low, the mechanical float valve directs the air into the aerator, which is located at the bottom of the biopurifier (aerobic ventilation is performed). The air supply to the aerator is enabled by a compressor (located next to the control device), which is connected to the air supply pipes to the biopurifier.
Phase 3 Settling phase - the settling phase follows, where activated sludge (sludge) settles at the bottom of the SBR chamber.
Phase 4 Removal - When the water level increases to a certain height, the mechanical float valve diverts the air from the aerator into the suction pipe after which the purified water is pumped from the SBR reactor. The first wave of purified water is retained by an expansive vessel, which directs the water to the primary precipitator (first chamber) as return mud.
Other purified water is gravitationally drained from the biopurifier via drain pipes. The water level is reduced to a minimum, so the air supply is redirected to the aerator. This is followed by a repetition of the entire cycle. The cycle of wastewater treatment depends on the time and the actual height of the water (inflow into the biopurifier).