PRODUCTS – SAF SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT
Biotech SAF Sewage Treatment Plant
The Biotech SAF Package Sewage Treatment Plant is the perfect solution for small and large scale projects, where a population range exceeds 25 PE and mains drainage is unavailable.
From housing developments and other small scale projects right up to larger commercial applications including caravan parks, leisure facilities, hotels, schools, offices and industrial situations, the plant will serve a population from 30 to 600 PE as a single stream unit. Larger populations can be accommodated with multiple stream plants.
Typical applications include:
- Small and large scale projects where a population range exceeds 25 PE and mains drainage is unavailable
- Caravan parks
- Leisure facilities
Superior Technical Performance
Designed and tested in accordance with the BS EN 12566-3 standard, the British Water Code of Practice for Flows and Loads as well as being CE approved. The standard configuration offers treatment better than a 20mg/L BOD; 30mg/L SS; 20mg/L NHȝ effluent quality standard with options for 10 or 5mg/L NHȝ effluent quality and improved BOD and SS quality.
Complete Below Ground Installation
While the SAF is designed to have a minimal visual impact on site location including complete below ground installation, the range is adaptable to provide an above ground treatment solution when needed. The plant offers a quiet, odourless operation with no below ground moving parts.
With superior technical performance at a competitive price, the SAF provides real value without compromising on quality for the duration of its lifetime. Quick and easy to install for low initial costs. Includes reliable, cost-effective and energy-efficient blowers.
Quality, Adaptable Design
Biotech has completed hundreds of SAF installation across the world and pioneered the development of package sewage treatment plants. The Bioctech SAF utilises a proven Submerged Aerated Filter (SAF) technology for optimum performance and dependability. The adaptable design offers the availability of pumped influent or effluent, deeper inverts and high nitrification options.