A significant proportion of the population in developing countries lives in rural areas, in small communities of up to a few thousand people. Their water supply is provided by millions of wells, the water of which in most cases is heavily polluted. Our direct experiences and information in Vietnam, Bangladesh, India, and Ghana show that the supply of drinking water to the rural population must be solved with simple, reliable, inexpensive water treatment equipment. Considering the above, we developed a compact, pallet-size mobile device based on modular units. PurAID® is equipped with a monitoring center as well to ensure continuous, intelligent operation.
The system provides continuous data on the operation of the equipment and possible errors, so the problem can be remedied immediately, thus ensuring the continuous operation of the system. From the database formed by the center, important information can be extracted for the operators, about the consumption habits of the users.
System maintenance and regeneration of filter materials can be performed without interrupting the water supply. The equipment is also suitable for the treatment of drinking and irrigation water, in compliance with the WHO regulations, according to which not only drinking water but also food production must be made with purified water.
Module 1: Mechanical filter: to remove physical contaminants
Module 2: adsorption modules, arsenic and/or boron and/or iodine and/or fluorine removal units
Module 3: adsorption module, iron and manganese removal unit
Module 4: ion exchange resin, ammonium ion removal unit
Module 5: Disinfection unit
Module 6: Measurement data processing and data transmission module
Our company placed its PuraWell arsenic-removing tank at the kindergarten of Rinyaújlak fitted to a wall fountain.
Provided to the construction camp for engineers and contractors building a road network, three of our plants purify drinking water
During the reconstruction of the waterworks in Hajdúbagos, two containers provided the supply of healthy drinking water to the citizens