Function

You live in the countryside, are not connected to a municipal sewer network and are responsible yourself for the treatment of your wastewater?
No problem – with the AQUAmax an own small wastewater treatment plant is simpler than you think …!

All you need are an invisible tank embedded in the garden, with three chambers separated from each other, an AQUAmax mounted in one of these, a wastewater feed pipe from the house into the wastewater treatment plant as well as a discharge of the treated water in the open – finished. All other matters are taken care of for you, fully automatically by the AQUAmax. Guaranteed!

The principle of an AQUAmax small wastewater treatment plant is as simple as it is efficient: the wastewater runs out of your domestic connection directly into the tank in your garden, instead – as normal – into the municipal sewer system. The wastewater is now treated fully biologically in this tank, i.e. without the addition of chemical substances – incidentally far better than the legal requirements demand. Once the clarification process is ended, the water now reaches percolation in the open. Naturally the complete process runs fully automatically – you don’ have to bother about anything. Even if you want to process your wastewater for a reuse at the end of this, for example watering the garden. The optional UV disinfection module AQUAmax BLUE takes on this task practically fully automatically

Result: Using the AQUAmax an optimum treatment of wastewater is quite simply feasible!

Treatment performance

No matter whether multi-chamber tanks or multi-tank plants, whether made from concrete or plastic, whether for new construction or retrofitting: the AQUAmax is the optimum small wastewater treatment plant for every area of application – simply effective, innovative and future-secured. Up to 99% treatment performance in only eight hours!

The AQUAmax treats inflowing wastewater in three cycles daily, each with a duration of eight hours. – Initially the wastewater reaches the preliminary settling stage, then follows the 4-phase cycle:

1. Charging phase

The water collected in the preliminary settling stage is fed into the treatment tank.

2. Treatment phase

The wastewater is treated during the six hour treatment phase. With this, agitation, aeration and pause periods alternate.

3. Settling phase

Activated sludge settles on the bottom during the settling phase.

4. Removal phase

In the removal phase the now cleaner water is pumped out of the plant.