Partially Separate Regeneration In this optimized system, the equalizing tank is replaced by a separate soil filter.An overflow gutter maintains a stable water level in the pool during circulation. Because of the partial separation of the regeneration zones, water to be purified can be directed into the soil filter in a more targeted way.This method of construction increases swimming zone capacity (number of people) and is very economical in terms of water consumption. More space is required for this system.Separate construction (2-pot building method) With this building method, which is used predominantly in the public sector, there is no need for any plants in the swimming zone at all. Purification is carried out in separate regeneration pools. The amount of space is relatively large, but the purification effect is excellent (can cope with up to 3,000 visitors/day, depending on size). Please visit our photo galery to see pictures of realized projects!Discover the other Building Methods:BioNova® EcoBioNova® StandardBioNova® Pool & MinipoolSolutions for hotels / camping / wellnessFully biological cleaned public NSPsPonds and Lakes
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