Introduction to BioWasteFlow ™ Effluent Treatment Systems
The BioWasteFlow ™ effluent treatment system is a pre-designed system which treats effluent continuously. It consists of a buffer tank which buffers the effluent, ensuring that there is a controlled supply to the continuous system regardless of flow peaks and troughs.
Using SteriHeat™ our trademarked established licensed electrical heating technology, steam or super heated water, the effluent is passed through a heating zone, held at temperature and then passed back through 2 cooling zones. Only on confirmation of success of all of these steps is the effluent cleared for release.
Using robust, proven design principles, the Effluent Decontamination Systems deal with BioSafety Level 1 to 3 Waste and take into account two main areas of concern. Firstly the systems effectively sterilise or inactivate any harmful pathogens in the waste stream and secondly total containment must be assured at all times.
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Containment Level: 1 – 3
Number of Treatment Vessels: Not required
Number of Collection Vessels: As required
System Capacity: 500 litres per day or higher
Treatment Temperatures: Ambient to 140°C
Material: 316 Stainless steel, duplex or Hastelloy
Operating Voltage: 230VAC or 400VAC (24VDC control)
Automation: BioSuite Levels 2000 to 4000 (option for DCS control)
Reporting: Printed records or 21CFR11 electronic records and batch reports.