The Biodigester ‘PHR’ range is a sewage treatment plant for the 99% removal of Phosphates as now required in substantial parts of the UK and overseas.
The Biodigester ‘PHR’ is an established sewage/wastewater treatment system designed specifically for applications where regulatory authorities require extremely low levels of Phosphorous and Ammonia in the final effluent discharge to meet more stringent standards, as opposed to earlier wastewater treatment systems.
Fully independently tested and certified to EN12566-3+A2:2014 the Biodigester ‘PHR’ is available in a range of standard sizes from 7 to 300 persons (residential) and larger systems are also available.
The system incorporates computer controlled operation with chemical precipitant dosing within a single structure to ensure maximum reduction in Phosphorous and Ammonia levels, thereby obviating the need for additional tanks.
At a glance:
Models available for 7 persons upwards to several hundred.
Best available ‘Phosphate’ removal system.
Your PHR Range questions, answered
How does the PHR Range work? The system incorporates computer controlled operation with chemical precipitant dosing within a single structure to ensure maximum reduction in Phosphorous and Ammonia levels, thereby obviating the need for additional tanks. The Biodigester ‘PHR’ is a sequential batch reactor such that only actual flows are dosed with a precise amount of chemical precipitant, which not only ensures running costs are kept to a minimum but also ensures that the chemical is not ‘overdosed’ as this can have a detrimental impact on the receiving environment. Different precipitants using Aluminium or Ferric salts are available.
How much does the PHR reduce phosphorus by? The results for ‘Total Phosphorous’ reduction showed a remarkable efficiency of 99%. The average result for ‘Total Phosphorous’ during the test period was 0.2mg/l. A bed of clay or mineral may be used to absorb the 1% of Phosphorous remaining after Biodigester ‘PHR’ treatment.
How much does the PHR reduce ammonia by? The results for ‘Ammoniacal Nitrogen as N’ showed a reduction efficiency of 98%. The average result was 0.5mg/l.
Why choose the PHR? The best technology available to meet the latest discharge standards Some advantages of the Biodigester ‘PHR’ wastewater treatment plant. 1. Established performance pedigree. 2. Incoming flow balancing 3. Automatic control of the treatment plant dependent upon actual inflow volumes aiding efficiency and saving power used. 4. Built in separate sludge tank with aerobic sludge stabilization. 5. Control unit supplied with special software with WiFi/GSM connection for continuous monitoring.