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    What is the BAF2 Eurotank System

    TPW Eurotank BAF2 is a very strong Concrete, Economical, Efficient, Wastewater/Sewage Treatment System for use in domestic housing and commercial applications.

    The system is En12566/3 & NSAI SR66 Certified as listed on Pia Gmbh for Irish Use. Eurotank BAF uses Fluidised Bed Technology in a 3 stage Biological Aeration Filtration process as a very simple method of treatment with great effluent quality. The range comprises various tank sizes, comes fully built and delivered with a lot of installation advantages. Full after-sales service nationwide service.

    1. A: Pvc Risers, sealed no leaks, Ground Adjustable
    2. B: Enclosure, Aesthetic control unit housing
    3. C: ECO Blower unit
    4. D: Control unit with built in Mcb`s & alarm
    5. E: Sludge return, solids removal & activated sludge
    6. F: Media Bed
    7. G: Aeration Diffusers

     

    Easy to: Buy Install Run & Service

    • Buying a EuroTank Sewage Treatment System

      Research and Selection

      Research different models of EuroTank sewage treatment systems to find one that suits your needs and complies with local regulations.

      Contact a Supplie

      Locate an authorized EuroTank supplier or distributor in your area. You can usually find this information on the official EuroTank website or through a local plumbing and wastewater treatment specialist.

      Consultation and Quotation

      Contact the supplier for a consultation. They will assess your specific requirements, including the size of your property, the number of occupants, and the local regulations. They will then provide you with a quotation.

    • Installing a EuroTank Sewage Treatment System

      Site Preparation

      Ensure that the installation site is suitable, level, and meets any specific requirements outlined by the manufacturer. This may include excavation, backfilling, or creating a concrete pad

      Delivery and Unloading

      Ensure that the installation site is suitable, level, and meets any specific requirements outlined by the manufacturer. This may include excavation, backfilling, or creating a concrete pad

      Assembling and Installation:

      Follow the manufacturer’s installation guidelines, which should be provided with the system. This typically involves connecting tanks, installing pumps, and setting up the filtration system.

    • Servicing a EuroTank Sewage Treatment System

      Scheduled Inspections:

      Arrange for periodic inspections by a qualified technician or service provider. This ensures that the system remains in good working order and complies with local regulations.

      Addressing Issues Promptly

      If you notice any issues or receive alerts from the system (if it has an alarm system), contact a qualified technician to address the problem as soon as possible.

      Regular Pumping and Maintenance

      Adhere to the recommended schedule for pumping out solids and performing other routine maintenance tasks. This helps prevent clogs and maintain optimal system performance.

    En12566/ 3 SR66 Certification

    Frequently Asked Questions

    1. What is a FAqQ Septic Tank?

    The Percolation Area is a designated space where treated effluent is evenly distributed over a specific area of soil. This allows for the final stage of natural filtration before the water returns to the environment.

    2. What is the purpose of a Percolation Area in this system?

    The Percolation Area is a designated space where treated effluent is evenly distributed over a specific area of soil. This allows for the final stage of natural filtration before the water returns to the environment.

    3. How does the Savage Treatment Unit work?

    The Percolation Area is a designated space where treated effluent is evenly distributed over a specific area of soil. This allows for the final stage of natural filtration before the water returns to the environment.

    4. Is the installation of these systems complicated?

    The Percolation Area is a designated space where treated effluent is evenly distributed over a specific area of soil. This allows for the final stage of natural filtration before the water returns to the environment.

    5. Are these systems environmentally friendly?

    The Percolation Area is a designated space where treated effluent is evenly distributed over a specific area of soil. This allows for the final stage of natural filtration before the water returns to the environment.

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