The revolutionary Hydro-Kinetic wastewater treatment system employs innovative Hydro-Kinetic filtration technology to produce the cleanest, most consistent effluent quality available.  Developed to serve homes and small businesses outside of city sewers, the Hydro-Kinetic system uses the extended aeration and attached growth processes to treat wastewater, and features innovative nitrification-denitrification technology.  The system is designed to meet or exceed stringent local regulations in areas where excessive nitrogen is a concern.  In coastal areas, nitrogen is a threat to the aquatic life, wildlife and recreational use.  Nitrogen is reduced to less than 10 mg/L by the Hydro-Kinetic system, which is lower than the USEPA’s standard for drinking water.  This demonstrates our system’s superb treatment performance.

During its successful completion of both NSF/ANSI Standard 40 and 245 tests, the Hydro-Kinetic FEU system:

  • Became the only NSF/ANSI Standard 40 and 245 certified residential wastewater treatment system to pass two consecutive back-to-back tests without performing routine maintenance for a full 12 months.
  • Achieved unmatched effluent results of 2.0 mg/L CBOD (Carbonaceous Biochemical Oxygen Demand), 2.0 mg/L TSS (Total Suspended Solids) and 7.9 mg/L TN (Total Nitrogen).

It quietly, efficiently and automatically pretreats, aerates, flow equalizes and filters all wastewater returning only the purest effluent back to the receiving environment.  Better yet, all treatment processes are managed by reliable components and user friendly controls.  The integrity of the treatment process is protected by our patented non-mechanical, demand use flow equalization device, as well as our revolutionary Hydro-Kinetic Bio-Film Reactor.


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