Certification for Nov Mono pressure sewer system

Tuesday, 05 August, 2014

Pump manufacturer Nov Mono has secured major industry certification for its innovative InviziQ pressure sewer system (PSS). The system received the certification from the Water Services Association of Australia (WSAA) for various criteria, including meeting WSAA standards, technical compliances, manufacturing quality and performance. Mono is the only PSS manufacturer in Australia to receive such recognition.

The InviziQ system is a suitable replacement for conventional gravity-fed domestic sewer networks, as it offers the freedom to build in new areas without the need to worry about sewering restrictions, slope requirements, environmental concerns or difficult terrain. The system doesn’t rely on gravity and provides controllable transfer of sewage from the household to the treatment plant. As a sealed system it eliminates many of the traditional environmental issues such as leakage (which contaminates groundwater supplies) and unpleasant odours from raw sewage.

“The InviziQ system is the result of a number of years of continuous research and product development, and the reliable and highly effective performance it delivers makes it the perfect choice for developments in areas where sewering might previously have been a problem,” said Mono Quality Manager Michael DeVisser. “This new and independent recognition means that both system operators and end users can be completely confident that InviziQ will satisfy their needs.”

Mono’s standard InviziQ system has a storage tank with an approximate 900 L capacity; a progressing cavity (PC) pump incorporating a macerator which grinds the sewage to a workable slurry; and an automatic electronic controller which regulates the flow, monitors fluid levels and protects the pump. The system’s Dry Well feature keeps the pump motor, fluid-level sensor and electrical systems separate from the fluid being pumped, making servicing easier and safer as it involves no contact with the sewage.

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