Poultry Manufacturer uses Hydroflux Dissolved Air Flotation System for Tertiary Treatment

November 7, 2023

Hydroflux recently completed the upgrade of the wastewater treatment plant at Brinks in Karaka. The Hydroflux HYDAF
HD-75 is being used to treat water after a secondary aerobic biological treatment process to ensure that the turbidity and phosphorus levels are compliant with their discharge consent.

The HD-75 is one of a comprehensive range of high-performance DAF systems supplied by Hydroflux that are fabricated in New Zealand for the local market. Over 150 units have been installed throughout the Asia Pacific region and the HyDAF range is available to treat wastewater flows ranging from 50 kL/day to over 6 ML/day as standalone prefabricated units.

The HYDAF dissolved air flotation system is also available as a HD-V version which uses a screw conveyor to removed settled solids. The HD-V is an ideal solution for some primary industry applications where high concentrations of settleable solids are present in the wastewater.

A Hydroflux HD-75S dissolved air flotation system installed at Brinks in Karaka.

About the Hydroflux Group

The Hydroflux Group aims to deliver the highest level of engineering and scientific know-how to the emerging issues of sustainability, climate adaptation and environmental protection with a specific focus on water and wastewater.

As part of its vision and mission, Hydroflux has always taken its climate responsibility seriously. In 2022, Hydroflux became Australia’s first water treatment and technology company to achieve Climate Active carbon neutral certification for its organisation and products. It knows that partnering with customers and clients is the most significant impact it can have in its journey. The Group employs over 100 staff and operates throughout Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands, with office locations in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Auckland, Suva and Portsmouth.

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