RP10 Sewage Treatment System- Operation
The aerobic non-septic process used in the Ozzi Kleen Sewage Treatment System (RP10) is simple and effective.
By keeping the organic matter or waste oxygenated, the bacteria found in the wastewater stays alive. These aerobic bacteria are very aggressive and digest the waste quickly and efficiently.
How does the Ozzi Kleen RP10 Sewage treatment systems work?
All wastewater enters the single tank where oxygen is circulated by an aerator, keeping the naturally occurring bacteria alive. This bacteria found in the wastewater actively feeds and breaks down the waste. After the aeration stage, the waste is allowed to settle. The treated water is decanted and stored in the effluent holding compartment and once full triggers a float switch, automatically prompting irrigation.
To read more about the difference between aerobic and anaerobic processes see AEROBIC V ANAEROBIC Sewage Treatment or take a read through the RP10 Owners Manual below
RP10 Owners Manual (1146 KB)
For more information about this product please contact one of our Ozzi Kleen Household Sewerage System distributors or our head office.