Oji Pure Solar - A stand-alone UVLED solution for water purification at the point of use.
In order to meet the urgent needs for water treatment, T.zic has developed innovative point-of-use disinfection solutions using UV-LEDs to emit a highly germicidal UV-C radiation, destroying DNA. The solution provides safe water, everywhere and anytime, at the point of use, being ideal for household water treatment, health centres, laboratories etc.
Compared to existing water treatment systems (e.g., chemical disinfection, distillation, reverse osmosis, filtration), UV LED treatment makes it possible to offer robust and compact systems, instantaneous and on-demand treatment with energy autonomy when linked with an appropriate solar panel. Moreover, the use of UV LEDs enables water treatment with unrivalled characteristics: high-performance (99.99%); instantaneous; on demand; and with total energy autonomy (via adapted solar panel). All of this with no maintenance over a life span of between 5 and 10 years.
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A water purification device adapted to communities who don’t have access to clean water.
A simple solar desalination system to offer hygiene drinking and irrigation water at a low price to villagers.
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