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CASE STUDY #1
MOBILE SYSTEM FOR PRODUCING POTABLE WATER, BELGIUM AND AUSTRIA
Mobile system for treatment of contaminated water from unknown source (river, lake etc.). No chemicals allowed including sterilisation.
Customer has sufficient water source.
Turbidity about 500 - 1000 NTU.
Maximum production of treated water is 50 m3/day
Device stored in mobile container (20 ft. – 6 x 2.4 x 2.5 m) working on physical principles. Filtration of biological, bacteriological, mineral, gas or toxic contamination. No chemicals are used for the treatment process. Fresh, potable water is available in 30 minutes from the start. The technology generates and uses its own flush water – no external sources are necessary. Built-in electronic switchboard with an alternative AC or DC.
CASE STUDY #2
MOBILE LABORATORY, ZANZIBAR AND TANZANIA
The solution works with ground and underground waters, hard water and heavy metals polluted water.
It determines organoleptic characteristics of water by instantaneous measurement providing chemical and physical analysis. Microbiological and biological indicators together with presence of dissolved ozone within the permeate outlet induce sterilisation of drinking and process water. The sterilisation is ensured by combination of ozone treatment and UV-C lamps creating AOP (advanced oxidation process).
Maximum capacity 50 m3/day.
Inlet turbidity between 500 - 1000 NTU
water inlet: min 4° C, max 43° C
recommended: 15° C to 35° C
Integrated water storage tanks
Non-pressure tank capacity: 6,000 litres
Dimension: H: 2,591 x L: 6,096. x W: 2,438 mm
Consumption: approximately 12 kW
Contaminated water is drawn via a check valve (1) by suction pump (2) into a special glass filter (3), then through a cascade of mechanical filters (4) detoxification patron and filters (5) to the first part of the filtration technology (6) where it is sterilized by UV light. The sterilized drinking water then flows into the operating tank (7). In this tank ozone is circulating for sterilize the distribution channels (9). The distribution pump (10) sends the drinking water from the tank to the area of bioavailability of Ca + Mg regulation (11). Furthermore, drinking water travels through the pressure control device 1 (12) to a distribution circuit for potable water intended for drinking and cooking (13). The withdrawn water is send into the second filtration technology (14) via the feed pump (8).
There it’s also sterilized by UV. From the sterilization technology the pure water flows into the operating tank (15). There is a looped ozone in the tank sterilizing the distribution channels (16). From tank (15) the water is pumped to the distributor (17). The pump transports water through pressure control 1 (18), to the distribution circuit where the water is used for showers, sinks, toilets and boilers (19). Furthermore, the water passes through a water heater (20). The water is also distributed to outdoor showers (21) and outdoor sinks (22) and connected to outdoor faucets for dispensing boiling water and cold water (23). At the same time it is connected to the water supply point where the citizens may take the clean water to barrels, canisters and containers. (24).
Adjustable solar panels with power of 6 kW are disposed on the upper frame (25) supplying power to the voltage and current regulator (26). The power is also supplied to the solar batteries (27). Central electrical switchboard defines priorities of power supply.
The concentrated waste from heating circuit generator (31), super concentrate the waste that flows into the waste tank (32). The waste can be then be extracted in solid form and area after floods can be washed out by high pressure pump (WAP) (32).
Subsequently water is supplied to the circuit for rinsing the contaminated surface (33). In the tank (32) is an integrated box for hoses, fasteners, fittings, spare parts and consumables (36).
* Optional accessory extension option
100% non-chemical treatment
66% of water recycled
Safety: in case of malfunction the discharge stops
Dynamic cyclic cleaning
About 30 times lower power consumption than conventional systems thanks to low pressure pumps
Fully autonomous operation (smart metering and management system)
Various quality of water produced (process water, drinking water or demi water)
Non chemical treatment of iron and manganese by ozone
Better potable water quality – the water taste much better when having balanced minerals
Ability to work with worse quality of water compared to revers osmose
Container solution. The technology is delivered pre-installed on site
CASE STUDY #3
VACATION RESORT IN KENDWA, ZANZIBAR
Brackish water from 3 boreholes is treated to drinking water quality. Then it is bottled and sold in the restaurant as well as supplied to cover all resort needs incl. technological use, swimming pool, spa, and Jacuzzis. The water in swimming pool is sterilized by continuous ozonisation. Wastewater is treated biologically and then sanitized and recycled for irrigation. No chemical were used in all resort.
Daily production capacity: 180 m3.
CASE STUDY #4
WATER RESERVOIR IN PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC
Water from borehole. The excessive Iron and Manganese is oxidized by ozone and passed through sorption filters. Then it’s filtered by ultrafiltration membrane and stored in concrete reservoir with 25 m3 capacity. Water is 100% non-chemically sterilized by ozone.
Daily production capacity is 75 m3.
CASE STUDY #5
WATER FOR FOOD FACTORY IN FRYDEK-MISTEK, CZECH REPUBLIC
Production plant for Chinese soup noodle and soya sauce. Treated water is connected to a series of internal manufacturing facilities and is used in the steam tray for staking and subsequent shaping of noodles. Re-mineralized water is also used for soya production and available to employees in soda bar.
Sterility of the distribution network is further ensured by ozone.
Capacity: 6 m3/day of treated water from a borehole.
CASE STUDY #6
COSMETICS COMPANY IN KRASNO, CZECH REPUBLIC
Technological water is used to cover all needs of a local cosmetics company producing cosmetics from peat/turf. Source water is gained from peat bog close to company site.
Capacity: 25 m3/day of treated water from peat bog.
Regardless of the influent water contamination 100% effluent water sterility is guaranteed. The water is sterilized multiple times during the process, destroying any bacteriological and biological contamination. Ozone is used for final sterilization.
We create water that contains no bacteria, viruses, undesirable metals and toxins, biological, gaseous or other pollutants. The technology can be set up to provide a high quality, minerals balanced, vital drinking water, beneficial for human body.
Due to high quality the effluent water remains fresh in storage tanks for at least 120 days without any additional treatment.
LOW MAINTENANCE COST
Our system can be designed as self-cleaning technology without use of chemicals. This avoids frequent membranes exchange resulting in low maintenance cost. The operational and water quality data can be accessed remotely and evaluated on continuous basis.
The Wydrex NANO technology is based on nano filtration combined with advanced water treatment. Due to using of low pressure system, the technology consumes extremely low amount of energy – typically 0,4kW/m3.
OPERATION WITHOUT GRID CONNECTION
Due to the low power consumption, the Wydrex NANO Technology can be powered by solar panels or wind turbines. The generated surplus energy is stored in batteries for over-night operation.
High treatment efficiency
Unlimited design capacity
Capable to produce water for any use: demineralized, potable, or ionized and mineralised with special qualities
Capability to adjust amount of minerals and oxygen to address needs of pharmaceutical, food and beverage and other industries
Remote monitoring and control
Mid-sized and build WWT plants
More than 130 WWTP delivered within China over last years.