Take a look at a installation
In this video, we show what an installation can look like. Here you can see the Aquatron 1200 where composting is done with the help of worms. The toilets shown are low flushing and separating (urine and feces), perfect for those who want to use as little resources as possible.
A closer look
In this video we will see the structure of the system as well as a demonstration of how it works. A closer look is given to the separator, which in its impressive way separates feces from flush water.
Aquatron is based on the laws of nature and is easy to understand. With basic knowledge of piping and calculation of tilt, the handy person can install the system.
A phosphor trap is a complement to a biological treatment of the flush water and traps the phosphor from the urine. Normally an Aquatron system is complemented with a phosphorus trap or UV unit, depending on local environmental requirements. With phosphorus trap, you get a high level of protection for phosphorus release (according to the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency NFS 2006: 7).
Aquatron Phosphorus Trap contains 35-50kg Polonite® (depending on model). 35-50kg Polonite® gives a capillary of 20-29 liters, which corresponds to 5-7 flushed of 4 liters.
The location of the phosphorus trap is after the Aquatron system but before the three chamber septic tank, which makes the PH elevating effect very small as it only handles the water from the toilet.
If you use Aquatron with a urine-separating toilet, you’ll get a super efficient system and the most environmentally-friendly individual drain you can get.
We have examples where the local farmers uses the urine for their lands. A perfect synnergy effect where every part of the waste is taken care of.
In case of use of the spool fluid and the urine, phosphorus trap and UV unit, the system can be approved with an underwater gray filter for discharge via an infiltration or reed bed
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