Ultrafiltration for water treatment for communal, humanitarian and military purposes
This water treatment plant complies with all requirements to robustness and maintenance as it is claimed for communal, humantarian and military purposes. The LEGIO.prefilter, which combines a cyclone and an edge-split filter this way that particles and sediments are separated from the flowing through water protects, protects the membranes against high FNU/NTU-overloads. High-strength membranes with a resolving power of only 0,02 µm filter out particles and bacteria from the flowing through water. The result is a bacteria-free, crystal-clear drinking water of highest quality – non-stop monitored by high-precision sensors.
All parts, also expandable items, tools and spare parts are included in delivery. By this means it is ensured that the plant can take into operation shortly after the delivery at the place of installation. Via GPRS the system can be controlled worldwide:
Power 20 m3/h
Production time 20 h/d
Disinfection with common salt. No chemicals.
Peak current consumption 2KW
Average current consumption appr. 300 Watt
Weight 5 tons
Length 6 m, Width 2,50 m, Height 2,90 m
Installation Plug and Play
All inclusive – no backwashing Reservoir necessary
Please see in the video – extensive and detailed – the container in process of construction with Ultrafiltration modules of LEGIO:
Dipl. Ing. Rainer Kaifel
Phone: +49 (0) 7127-890547
Fax: +49 (0) 7127-890548
Website: www. legio.com
LEGIO was established on January 1, 1999. Owner of the company is Dipl. Ing. Rainer Kaifel.
LEGIO offers the following services:
- consulting for problems of Microbiology, especially Legionella in water supply systems
- disinfection of contaminated water supply systems as service (innovation award 2001)
Since 2002 Ultrafiltration plants are used. LEGO is also manufacturing own Ultrafiltration plants for 2003.
Ultrafiltration plants are deployed in sanitarian distribution systems as a protection against Legionella and other drinking water germs. These include amongst others the protection against Legionella in cooling towers and air-conditioning systems in production processes and in public water supply systems (currently 80% of the turnover).
LEGIO has own agencies in Germany, Austria, Slovenia (for Slovenia, Croatia and Serbia), Ecuador (for South America), La Palma (for Canaries), China, Australia, Thailand and South Korea, Greece and Turkey. Our staff talk English, Spanish and Italian. The company has own 12 regular employees and 25 freelancer.
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