Water treatment products

Membrane technology

Membrane processes are a valuable and highly effective method of removing all kinds of pollutants. They are robust, fully automatized, efficient and have low energy consumption. Our units can be used for final treatment of water from water distribution pipelines, rain water or less polluted surface water. In some cases the technology can even be used without dosing of chemicals, as it consists of a remote monitoring panel, which renders it self-sufficient to the maximum extent. The easy and robust design of the technology is most suitable for remote locations and developing countries.


Sorption, ion exchange, mechanical filtration

This filtration process through filter cartridges is designed for surface water, groundwater and water with heavy metal pollutants, boron, radionuclides, salt, and high total hardness. These contaminants cannot be effectively removed by membrane technologies due to their small size or their chemical interaction in the water. A combination of different filter cartridges connected into series can help remove several problematic contaminants. We are focusing on regenerable filter cartridges with a lifetime of several years. The filtration units can be applied to locations with anthropogenic or natural contaminants in the water sources that are being used for drinking or agriculture. They can be applied in remote areas due to their robustness, remote monitoring potential and full automatization. The filtration units have very low energy and chemicals consumption as well as waste production volumes.


Coagulation technology

This coagulation process is an effective solution for high volumes of water treatment. The main part of the technology is a clarifier designed for flocculation and coagulation, which means that small particles clump together into bigger flocs that are easily removed in the next technological stage. The special design of the clarifier provides easier and faster coagulation than other classic clarifiers. The coagulation technology is very similar to membrane technologies in its application, however, the operational costs are lower on a large scale. The coagulation technology can also easily solve high water hardness, which can be a limiting factor in many other membrane technologies.