TASOL SuMeWa - Sun Meets Water
The World Health Organisation has set standards for safe drinking water. Unfortunately safe drinking water is not always available to everyone. Lack of infrastructure is often the primary reason for this and in remote areas where infrastructure might take years to arrive SuMeWa offers a safe and reliable alternative that meets WHO standards.
Eliminate illness causing bacteria
Naturally occurring salt in fresh water sources is split into NA+ and Cl- via an electrolytic converter which results in a chemical reaction that produces enough chlorine to eliminate illness causing bacteria.
For the storage of drinking water without the danger of recontamination
SuMeWa was specifically designed to be low maintenance, autonomous and most importantly chemical free to allow it to be deployed in remote areas without the need for qualified technicians. Residual chlorine from the purification process allows for the storage of drinking water without the danger of recontamination while storage monitoring ensures that the water is always safe to drink. The low energy consumption means that up to 9600 Liter of drinking water can be produced per day.