Total oxygenation system

The total oxygenation system has two processes that make it work:

  • Biological decomposion
  • Sedimentation

In order to achieve this the system is made out of a tank with two compartments:

I. In the first compartment (also called a reactor) the extended oxigenation is taking place by introducing oxygen through two special nozzles.

II. In the second compartment the decantation of the mud takes place, clear water is eliminated through the superior part and the mud on the lower side is introduced again in the first compartment with the help of a special pump. The volumes of the two compartments are determined by taking into account the usage of 200 litres per user per day.

  • Shape : cylindrical with convex ends.
  • Capacity : up to 100.000 litres
  • Diameters : ⌀60 , ⌀80 , ⌀100 , ⌀140 , ⌀160 , ⌀180 , ⌀225 , ⌀300

Total oxygenation system images

Material

  • Fiber glass armed polyester – POSLTIF

Characteristics

  • Mechanical and chemical resistences
  • Corosion and bad weather resistances
  • Guaranteed impervious

Maintenance

  • Evacuating mud once a year.

Efficency

  • M.I.S. – reduced by 93%
  • CBO5 – reduced by 90%

Working principles

  • Biological decomposition of organic material through oxygenation
  • Mud sedimentation