Contaminated water treatment system On Site. It allows the treatment of contaminated water resulting from CBRN decontamination processes, providing uncontaminated water that can be reused in the decontamination deployment itself, as well as reducing the logistical cost of transporting the contaminated water to the reference laboratory for treatment

It provides a treatment capacity of up to 1,000 liters of contaminated water per hour. It is based on a 5-phase filtration system, using Nano Filtration and Ultraviolet Light technology


CBRN decontamination operations generate a large amount of contaminated water (degraded from chemical and biological agents, radiological agents and the decontaminating agents themselves).

HRACR system allows the treatment of contaminated waste water On Site, this means a double benefit, on the one hand, it is not necessary to store contaminated water and its subsequent transfer to the reference center for treatment (only filters Contaminated). On the other hand, on-site water treatment allows the use of this recycled water in the decontamination processes, which increases the autonomy of decontamination deployment.

HRACR system water treatment equipment is based on filtration system using nanometer filtering technology and ultraviolet light sterilization.

Due to its Plug & Play system, the deployment in the operating area is quick and easy. To this end, the versatility of using the water purifier with four power sources can be added: Solar power, mains electricity (110/220 VAC), batteries Vehicles (12/24 VDC) and auxiliary internal LiFeO4 battery.

Filtration technology provides a water treatment process without chemical use. This chemical-free technology provides a double benefit in terms of sustainability and lower Total Cost of Ownership. 


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