Hoes does the physical-chemical reactor work?

Physical-chemical reactor

An optimal and economical solution for extracting suspended solids from slurry that produces no emissions.  

The Tecnapur physical-chemical treatment system operates inside a reactor installed after the mechanical separator. It has a first coagulation chamber with fast agitation. The separated liquid enters this chamber where it is acidified and the chemical coagulants are added. Then the flocculation phase takes place in a second chamber, with slow agitation. Lastly, the system has a slowing-down chamber that improves the grouping and compacting of the solids, so that the filtration sieve can separate the flocculated solid.

agitador para purines
agitador para purines


  • Automatic operation.
  • Dimensions 3,46m long x 1,38m wide x 1,22m high.
  • Net weigh 490Kg.
  • Patented system.
  • Built with materials that are resistant to chemicals.
  • Power consumption of less than 5 kw/h for a maximum flow rate of 15m3/h.


  • Up to 95% of phosphorus and 75% of nitrogen remain in the solid part, increasing its value.
  • Improves the N-P-K balance of the liquid phase while facilitating its application.
  • Brings about a reduction of up to 75% in the surface area required to apply the liquid part as fertiliser, while also reducing its volume by up to 40%, and is ideal for fertigation.
  • Greenhouse gas emissions are reduced by practically 100%.

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