Typical water treatment unit installation
Raw Water Quality and System Efficiency:
Fixed water treatment unit
This water treatment unit allows a production up to about 10,000 gallons (40000 liters) per day. You can add a bottling unit that works on 20, 19, 12, and 4 liters bottle. This unit can produce up to 5,000 gallons (20,000 liters) on a 22 hour shift.
Emergency water treatment units:
These stations measure 8, 12, or 20 feet long and can be installed on a flat bed or a trailer. They produce up to 40,000 liters (10 000 gallons) of drinkable water per day. An option allows to add a bottling facilities for 20, 19, 12 and 4 liters container. The longest unit might have beds, toilettes, restrooms, office. They are fully automatic, two men are needed to start but only one is needed to operate.
Emergency Water Treatment in module (Cube):
In function of your water treatment needs, this system is composed of 3 to 6 cubes that connects to each other. A special cube called CNT allows to treat radioactive water. They produce up to 40,000 liters (10 000 gallons) of drinkable water per day. The size of each cube is (Lxlxh): 150X100X120 cm. These cubes are fully automatic and require two people for installation and one to operate.
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