PURA COMPACT

NEWSTER® PURA CO3MPACT

NEWSTER® PURA CO3MPACT technology allows to treat laboratory wastewater in order to permit the in-troduction of the relative liquid component into the public sewer, with an organic and inorganic pollutants removal greater than 90% and a complete removal of biologic hazards.

Thanks to its small size, automatic operations, and the need of minimal maintenance, NEWSTER® PURA CO3MPACT is ideal to be installed inside hospitals and medical laboratories.

The system consists of the following main units:
 “Pre-treatment module” equipped with an ozone generator;
 “Treatment module”;
 Electrical board.
All units are mobile thanks to the wheels placed under each unit.
Newster® PURA CO3MPACT is an on-site machine for the treatment of medical laboratory fluid waste with the aim to remove the biologic hazards (sterilization) and reduce the chemical concentrations of the pollu-tants from the wastewater before discharging into the sewage system.

Regarding the sterilization of microbial bacteria, Newster® PURA CO3MPACT can meet STAATT  Level IV of microbial inactivation.

The plant is based upon an innovative peroxone (a combination of ozone and hydrogen peroxide) pre-treatment followed by a mineral activated carbon treatment. It can treat 20 liters of waste liquid per cycle, for a maximum of 150 liters per day.

                                                                                                                                     



The automatic cycle consists of five stages, described below:
PRE-TREATMENT STAGE
Stage 1 - FLUID WASTE COLLECTING: at first the fluid wastes are collected into four different tanks, accord-ing to the automatic laboratory analyzer they come from; three of them have a capacity of 50 liters each, while the fourth one has a maximum capacity of 14 liters.
Stage 2 – OZONE/PEROXONE PRE-TREATMENT:  a set mix of the fluids coming from the first step is sent to a two hour ozone pre-treatment (first phase) in order to reach the complete disinfection of the water; then the waste fluid is sent to the second phase of the pre- treatment, consisting of a one hour ozone and hydrogen peroxide treatment for the oxidation of pollutants before the main reaction (following stages);
TREATMENT STAGE
Stage 3 - PAC TREATMENT: the disinfected wastewater is then treated for two hours with powdered acti-vated carbon and finally filtrated for the removal of oxidized pollutants;
SLOW FILTRATION STAGE
Stage 4 - GAC TREATMENT: after the powdered carbon treatment, the fluid is sent to a one-hour treat-ment with granulated activated carbon and a final filtration for the final polishing;
Stage 5 - ION EXCHANGE RESIN: in order to reduce the total dissolved salt the water is treated with a fil-tration mix of cation and anionic resins.
At the end of the treatment, the retroactive system checks if the treated water is ready to be discharged into the sewage system. If the values are not correct, the waste fluid is loaded again at the beginning of the treatment.
The entire cycle takes approximately 3 hours.

NEWSTER® PURA CO3MPACT

NEWSTER® PURA CO3MPACT

NEWSTER® PURA CO3MPACT technology allows to treat laboratory wastewater in order to permit the in-troduction of the relative liquid component into the...

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