Safety-relevant drinking water treatment for the population and emergency services
Large scale projects
Analysis, planning, construction and commissioning of water treatment systems according to specific requirements of any size.
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Water treatment systems must be able to remove all kinds of impurities. We offer solutions for water purification of fresh water or brackish water, as well as chemically contaminated water from
almost all sources, with a drinking water treatment capacity of up to 8,000 l / h.
Our water treatment systems, which are used for humanitarian missions in a wide variety of situations, can be individually adapted on request for different quantities of drinking water required.
Equipped with specific sensors for drinking water monitoring, they provide optimal contamination control.
Securing drinking water supply from a wide range of water sources
Mobile water treatment system for global operations even under the most difficult conditions
Autonomous operation and configuration options for individual requirements
Standardized connections allow connection to all conceivable pipe systems
Additional HETEK stands ensure safe assembly even in crisis areas
1. GREENOSMO® EU-Unit
Each individual GreenOsmo® EU
unit has a production capacity of 24,000 l per day. An EU unit has the footprint of a Euro pallet (80 x 120 cm).
2. 2X GREENOSMO® EU-units
Two units on top of each other are called a stack. Each stack delivers 48,000 l per day.
3. Storage pressure tanks (optional)
The storage pressure tanks serve as intermediate buffers and provide an emergency reserve of 300 l in the smallest
configuration in the event of a complete failure.
4. Air conditioning
The air conditioning is in a dual design. The units are installed on both sides of the container and have a total output of
approximately 10 kW.
5. Diesel generators (optional)
Two diesel generators for stand-alone operation which can also be used as an emergency power supply with a total output of
approx. 40 KVA.
6. SAND FILTER (OPTIONAL)
Should the container be operated with river or lake water, these sand filters capture coarse particles and sediments.
The container is divided into two areas. The front area is air-conditioned and contains the GreenOsmo® EU units including the optional storage pressure tanks whereas the rear area contains the optional generators and sand filters.
Purest drinking water of highest quality available at any time and anywhere
Smallest configuration - 144,000 l / day
In the smallest configuration stage, the container produces around 144,000 litres of pure drinking water per day. With consumption of approx. 5 l drinking water per person/day, more than
30,000 people can be supplied daily with pure drinking water. The drinking water quality produced by our GreenOsmo® Technology is significantly better than the limits set by the German Federal Drinking Water Ordinance.
Double safety and redundancy
Drinking water production is divided into two technical sectors. In addition, the sectors are built redundantly among each other in modular units. Should a sector fail, drinking water
production can continue in the other sector. If individual components fail in a sector, the failure does not lead to a complete shutdown of the drinking water production.
Partial operation with renewable energy
Due to the redundant design of the GreenOsmo® EU units, full or partial operation of units is
possible. For example, a single GreenOsmo® EU unit can operate with the help of solar or wind energy.
The energy requirement of a v EU unit is approximately 1.4 - 1.5 kW. Depending on how much power is available, other GreenOsmo® EU units can be switched on individually.
Modular operation in an emergency
If anything in the container is mechanically damaged, the individual units can also be exchanged with one another. E.g. the individual units from different sectors can be combined and
continue producing drinking water in limited quantities even during the most severe damage.
Pure water applications
• Civil defence - supply of the population and emergency services with drinking water
• Food and drug production
• Cleaning of technical devices
• Use as cooling water
• Medical use/field hospitals
• Agricultural irrigation
Additionally, during the production of drinking water, process water can also be supplied. Although this water does not meet drinking water standards, it can be used for technical
applications, the operation of sanitary facilities or irrigation systems. This process water can be germ-free if required.
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