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Clean and safe drinking water

Date post: 12-Apr-2017
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Water Sterilisation Unit
  • Water Sterilisation Unit

  • Water Problems

    Drinking water is constantly polluted by:

    Sewage effluent

    Surface runoff

    Industrial pollutants such as agriculture


    Animal and human waste

    Mining activities . to name but a


  • The ChallengeThe unit must solve a plurality of problems such


    Removal of toxic metals (e.g. Mercury

    and Arsenic)

    Removal of toxic organic compounds

    (pesticides, hormones, pharmaceutical


    Removal of infectious organisms such as

    viruses, microorganisms and parasites

    from either ground or surface water

  • Mobile Unit

  • This unit is skid mounted and installed in a

    car trailer, enabling the transportation of the

    device on all secondary roads and in passible

    terrain in one framework construction

    The skid can also be mounted in a shipping

    container or permanent structure

  • Aqua-Cura skid mount

  • Effectively removing


    Toxic metals (optional)

    Toxic organic material



    Without the use of any chemicals

  • Available in Solar ..

  • Or Diesel.

    Solar/diesel combo also available

  • - Flow rate of 500 liters per hour

    - Can provide drinking water for 800 to

    1,000 people per day

    - Can be deployed in less than 1 hour

    - Filter contents replaced every 12 months

    - Fully automated filter flushing system

    - Management feedback by GSM

    - GPS monitoring available

  • Before and after results

  • Advantages of Aqua-cura over

    Reverse Osmosis

    No wastage of water (4% loss vs. 20-

    80% RO)

    No expensive filters

    1/10th of power consumption - therefore

    solar power can be used effectively

    Lower maintenance than RO

  • Deployment Areas

    Rural Hospitals


    Rural communities with no infrastructure.

    Disaster management and emergency supply

    Catastrophic events

    Polluted drinking wells and boreholes

    Mining communities

  • Disaster Management

  • Disaster Management Contamination to water sources

    Water shortage due to old infrastructure,

    cable theft and vandalism

    Short term displacement and temporary


  • Costing

    From as little as 5 CAF per liter for Solar

    and 7,5 CAF petrol

    This means for less than 750 CAF per

    person per month (or 1 125 CAF) to

    receive 5 liters healthy drinking water

    per day

    (Calculated @ 10 operating hours per day and 30 days per

    month over a 3 year lifespan)

  • Unique points

    No monthly consumables

    Needs no infrastructure

    Can run of 220v single phase if needed

    Can be used to create additional jobs

    Management information via GSM

    GPS Tracking available as an option

    Logistic & Technical support

  • Text Message(GSM monitoring)


    Manie Roodt - COO

    Cell: +27 82 465 0195

    Email: [email protected]

    Branding Available

    Thank you