Klargester BioFicient+ Domestic Sewage Treatment Plant

The Klargester BioFicient+ domestic sewage plant has been specially designed for shallow dig applications, allowing for an unobtrusive below ground installation. Its unique design features include its low profile and extension neck, saving on-site time and expense.

Designed and manufactured by Kingspan, the Klargester Bioficient+ is fully compliant, tested and approved to IS EN12566 / SR66:2015 (Building Control Part H regulation) to meet the requirements for all domestic sewage treatment plants in Ireland.  
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Product Information

Features and Benefits
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The Klargester BioFicient+ is a highly economical and reliable solution for your domestic sewage plant treatment needs. With low running costs, the BioFicient is easy to maintain – with the high performance you would expect from the Klargester Domestic Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) product range.

Features and benefits

  • Suitable for shallow-dig installations, saving on-site installation time
  • Minimal visual impact
  • High performance, efficient treatment technology
  • Excellent ammonia reduction (0.4mg/l)
  • Conforms with NIEA 95% BOD removal
  • Compliant with Building Control Part H - SR66:2015 - a requirement for all domestic sewage treatment plants in Ireland
  • EN 12566-3 tested and approved
  • Designed in compliance with the EPA Code of Practice

How the Klargester BioFicient+ works

The moving aerated media process used is a compact development of the traditional biological process and provides a more effective and complete means of reducing the loads.

1. Raw sewage gravitates to the unit where it is received in the primary settlement zone. Here, gross solids and other social debris settle to the bottom of the tank where they remain until the tank requires desludging.  Settled sewage is displaced from primary zone and enters the first of two sequential moving aerated media reactors.

2. Media and liquid circulation in each zone is achieved through the use of a compressor and diffuser, which introduces fresh air into each compartment. The liquor is constantly re-circulated and contacts the moving media and as it does so, it is purified by the micro-organisms (biomass) growing on the surface of the media and within the moving liquor. Excess growth of biomass is shed as solid particles into the liquor.

3. The final settlement tank is where humus solids settle to form sludge.  At preset intervals, portions of the sludge and liquor are returned to the primary tank for additional treatment.

4. Final effluent is displaced from the final settlement tank. With regulator approval, it is suitable for discharge to a watercourse or drainage field.

Typical Applications for the Klargester Bioficient+ Product Range...
  • Single/Multiple Homes
  • Barn Conversion
  • Small Office Development
  • Stable Yard Toilet
  • Farms
  • Offices & Light Industrial Premises


 

Klargester Product Guide

Klargester Guide to Selfbuild

SR66:2015 Compliant

Klargester Bioficient+ Brochure

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