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Water Filtration - Project Initiative

EMERGENCY RESPONSE


      When safe water is a matter of life or death…    trust nothing but the best
 

Water Purification Technology

PFU 60/720 Series Portable Field Units
Features
Small, portable, and efficient water purification units
Ideal for disaster relief, military, rescue operations, missions, hospitals, schools, and small communities
Advanced robust design for emergency use and providing of drinking water to small villages and residential clusters
Easy to use, with minimal training and maintenance
Treatment capacities of 1 – 12 gallons per minute (4 – 48 liters per minute)
Units can be scaled up or used in tandem for larger applications to serve thousands of residents
Technology includes a proprietary combination of primary filtration, carbon block, and UV disinfection
Best application is the purification of contaminated well water, city water, river and lake water, and other freshwater sources
Very effective on waterborne pathogens and contaminants (e.g., parasites, bacteria, and viruses) and nominal chemical contamination (e.g., Arsenic and toxic metals)
Produces drinking water that meets International Drinking Water Standards, and USEPA NSF P248 (2008) and P231 Biological Challenge Standards
Can be used in conjunction with conventional AC power (110 / 220 VAC), vehicle batteries, or solar power systems
Typical total treatment cost is about $0.01 per gallon (includes: amortization of capital cost + operating cost + consumables)
 
 
 

Water Purification Technology

PFU 60 Series Portable Field Units
                                              
Features
Easily transportable (size of a suitcase) treatment capacity of 60 gallons (240 liters) per hour, and up to 1,400 gallons (5,700 liters) per day
Typical total treatment cost is about $0.01 per gallon (includes: amortization of capital cost + operating cost + consumables)
Can provide daily drinking water for 100 – 500 people
Can be used in conjunction with conventional AC power (110 / 220 VAC), vehicle batteries, or solar power systems
Very effective on waterborne pathogens and contaminants (e.g., parasites, bacteria, and viruses) and nominal chemical contamination (e.g., Arsenic and toxic metals)
   

 
 
 

Water Purification Technology

PFU 720 Series Portable Field Units
Features
Easily transportable, or can be permanently mounted inside a trailer or building Treatment capacity of 720 gallons (2,800 liters) per hour, and up to 17,000 gallons  (70,000 liters) per day
Typical total treatment cost is about $0.01 per gallon (includes: amortization of capital cost + operating cost + consumables)
Can provide daily drinking water for 1,000 – 5,000 people
Can be used in conjunction with conventional AC power (110 / 220 VAC), vehicle batteries, or solar power systems
Very effective on waterborne pathogens and contaminants (e.g., parasites, bacteria, and viruses) and nominal chemical contamination (e.g., Arsenic and toxic metals)
   

 
 
 
 
For sponsorship information, please contact:
      Community Action Teams
      7500 Old North Belt
      Humble, Texas 77396
      [832] 228-8326 telephone
    wayne@goteams.org