With Clewer R4000 technology
YOU WILL ACHIEVE A WATER RECYCLE RATE UP TO 90%
The Rotating Bed Biofilm Reactor (RBBR)
keeps the bioreactor clean without wear or friction. Reactor maintenance can be carried out easily.
Solids are separated from the water using a flotation process, which allows a higher recycling rate of water. The recycling rate may be as high as 90%. At the car wash line, new water is needed only for the final rinse.
Clewer cleaning technology
is based on a Rotating Bed Biofilm Reactor (RBBR) which provides you with
- the highest degree of filling of carrier material on the market
- the longest replacement interval for carrier material – up to 20 years
- optimal amount of oxygen
- water recycling rate up to 90%
- odor free
The system is able to treat household chemicals and it can handle interruptions in operation – Cleaning efficiency is not reduced by changes in load – The system’s bioprocesses do not stop even when wastewater stops coming; the treatment process starts again immediately when wastewater enters the system
CLEAN AND SAFE ENVIRONMENT
Clewer small scale water treatment systems help keep the property’s soil, groundwater and nearby waterways clean. The system also operates without releasing unpleasant odors. Your property will remain clean and safe for future generations.
The small scale water treatment system is designed to be automatic, eliminating the need for constant maintenance by the user – Remote monitoring ensures that the system is operational 24/7
LONG AND CAREFREE MAINTENANCE INTERVAL
Sludge is safely emptied by pump truck – Emptying interval: 800S 150–300m3 , 1300S 450–900m3 . This corresponds to about two years in continuous use and as many as 10 years in summer homes.
LOW POWER CONSUMPTION
The use of centrifugal force makes the cleaning process energy efficient
The rotating reactor process is self-cleaning – No sludge bags to be replaced or serviced – No need for sedimentation tests
Why choose Clewer?
Clewer’s patented wastewater treatment system is a new kind of bio process where wastewater is treated, sludge are collected, and the treated water is removed from the system.