The TOMHER BIO-BALL maximizes the surface area available for the growth of bio-mass, which helps in the process of:
- Destruction of all pathogens
- Mineralization of organic matter
- Oxidation of biogdegrable material
The BIO-BALL also gives a clog-free operation to the septic tank through the efficient breaking down of solid matter. In turn, this extends the servicing life of the septic tank considerably.
High Grade Materials
Tomher septic tanks are made with High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) resin which ensures the septic tanks are made to last a long time.
Only available with our HDPE septic tanks, the unique and proprietory technology of Bio-Ball helps in the treatment of effluents. The Bio-ball allows for a clog-free operation of the septic tank, extending the lifespan of your septic tank and saves you money in the long run.
Our septic tanks are manufactured seamless in one piece which makes them leakage-proof and durable.
The ‘moulded-in’ rugged and durable design of the septic tanks’ reinforcing rib structure makes the tanks extra strong and tough.
Suitable for Every Type of Need
You can choose from 9 septic tank models, from PE 3 up to PE30. They can be used by engineers and contractors for any type and size of waste treatment conditions from single unit domestic installations to large scale developments.
Complete Units, Easily Installed
Lightweight and easy to handle, our HDPE septic tanks comes as complete prefabricated units with HDPE covers for both the Bio-Ball Filter Chamber and the desludge/inspection aperture ready for quick and simple installation.
How It Works
The system is simple and works by using naturally occurring bacteria within the septic tank to digest solid waste matter and convert most of this solid waste to liquid.
The liquid is then released into drains. It removes solid waste from the incoming wastewater by settling the solid waste into the sedimentation zone while allowing floating materials or scum to float to the top.
The sludge layer in the sedimentation zone undergoes anaerobic digestion by naturally occurring bacteria. The Bio-Ball Filter Chamber (packed with Bio-Balls) ensures that the wastewater is treated fully before it is discharged to the drain.
The unique Bio-Ball is a filter media with a specially designed 3-dimensional geometric structure. This maximizes the surface area available for growing bacteria which helps convert organic waste into minerals, destroys pathogens and oxidizes all biodegradable materials. Bio-Balls also help extend the lifespan of the Tomher HDPE septic tank as they ensure the tank is clog-free.
Even though our septic tanks are designed with extra capacity to accommodate sludge build up, the tanks must be checked every 2 years to remove undigested waste materials and to inspect and clean the Bio-Balls Filter Chamber.
Why is a Tomher Septic Tank better compared to a traditional concrete septic tank?
A concrete septic tank is “cast in-situ” which means the whole tank is manufactured on site. Concrete septic tanks have 2 chambers consisting of the primary settlement chamber and the filtration chamber.
The filtration chamber works on downflow filtration using gravity to carry the partially settled effluent downwards through the filter bed (normally stone aggregate).
This media is difficult (and heavy) to replace or clean, when it is saturated with biological growth.
Tomher septic tanks are prefabricated tanks and work on the principle of primary settlement and upflow filtration. The settled solid material remains at the bottom of the tank, and by displacement due to incoming material, the remaining liquid is then carried upwards into the filter chamber for anaerobic digestion through the filter chamber.
The filter chamber contains a unique proprietary technology called Bio-Balls which filter solids in the effluent and promote the growth of bacteria for digestion of organic material. These Bio-Balls are essentially maintenance free and easy to clean or replace.
Download (File type | 143kb)
Download Septic Tank Installation Guide (File type | 1.8mb)
See how septic tank should be properly maintained:
Our HDPE septic tanks are designed and made in accordance to:
- Malaysian Standard MS 1228
- Australian/New Zealand Standard AS/NZS 1546.1:1998
- Director General of Sewerage Services Department
- Ministry of Housing and Local Government Environmental Quality (Sewage & Industrial Effluents) Regulations 1979 Standard B
|HDPE Septic Tank:References of Government Project_Year 2011/2012|
|GOVERNMENT||BUILDING||RURAL CLINIC AT BUNDU TUHAN|
|TAMBUNAN DISTRICT LIBRARY|
|TAWAU HOSPITAL SPECIALIST CENTRE|
|INFRAWORK||PULAU GAYA WATER SUPPLY SCHEME|
|PEGALUNGAN WATER SUPPLY SCHEME|
|MUKIM KARANAAN WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM|
|PULAU BANGGI HYBRID SOLAR SYSTEM: PHASE 2|
|RESIDENCE||LPPB LOW COST @ SAPULUT|
|LPPB LOW COST @ TAMBUNAN|
|KAMPUNG GARIB LONG HOUSE|
|KAMPUNG TINUKADAN LONG HOUSE|
|SCHOOL||PRE-SCHOOL BLOCK (PACKAGE 8D1)|
|PRE-SCHOOL BLOCK (PACKAGE 8D2)|
|IRIS KOTO: NEW CLASSROOM BLOCKS (IBS)|
|SK MEMBEDAI: NEW BLOCK|
|SMK Pulau Gaya|
|SAN DAMIANO CONVENT, KIULU|
|SK PEKAN NABAWAN|
|HWA HSIONG KINDERGARTEN|
|SEKOLAH AGAMA AT TANDEK|
|SEKOLAH AGAMA AT TANABAK|
|INDUSTRIAL||SAMUR SIPITANG: TEMPORARY PACKAGE|
|PRIVATE||COMMERCIAL||EPIC MASTERPIECE: LIGHT INDUSTRIAL FACTORIES IN INANAM|
|MESILAU RANAU BORNEO MUSEUM|
|MESILAU DESA CATTLE|
|RESIDENTIAL||TAMAN VILLA MUTIARA|
|UNIVERSITY PRIME CONDO|
|TUARAN RETIREMENT HOME|