Technical Information

Here you can read technical data on Parklink Technology and Products.

All of our bacterial strains are classified by American Type Culture Collection (ATCC) as Biosafety Level 1, meaning that they are not pathogenic.

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All product bacterial strains are derived from ATCC seed cultures, and grown under sterile conditions, stabilized using patented and trade secret processes. Bacteria, along with other organisms, are responsible for consuming and removing impurities in water. The impurities are often classified as either inorganic or organic waste.

Inorganic wastes are chemicals such as ammonia and phosphate. Organic wastes are generally more complex, and are larger chemicals such as sugars, proteins, fats, starches, etc.

In discussions of ponds, or lakes, the terms “bugs”, “enzymes”, and “bacteria” are interchangeably used by people to describe the agents involved in biological activity. We manufacture bacteria. We do not specifically manufacture enzymes, but our unique processes optimize production of useful enzymes by our bacteria.

Parklink Nitrifying Bacteria

Nitrifying bacteria play a critical role in reducing ammonia and nitrite levels in ponds, and in the control of excessive algae growth. Nitrifying bacteria consume NH3, NO2, and also consume large amount of Phosphate (PO4). These nutrients are also items that algae consume very rapidly.

Advanced Microbial Digestion

This overview gives the reader a basic understanding of what is known as the AMD Biological treatment process. It is important to understand that AMD is not a product but rather a holistic system of manufactured inputs, assessments, purpose built equipment and professional monitoring and reviewing.

Bacteria and Sludge Digestion – How it works

The products manufactured by Parklink contain natural bacteria and co-enzymes to effectively hydrolyse and digest sludge from the base of the pond. The bacteria in the Parklink products are listed as Biosafety Level 1 (non- pathogenic), 100% natural and are not genetically modified.

Bacteria vs Enzymes vs Chemicals

Read here to see:

  • What are some differences between Bacteria, Enzymes and Chemicals?
  • How do Bacteria, Enzymes and Chemicals work?
  • Which approach is best for the environment?

Parklink Bio-Remediation Technology For Lakes

Bio-remediation is defined as any process that uses plants or microorganisms (bacteria, fungi) or their enzymes to return the natural environment altered by contaminants to its original condition.

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