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Aspen Water Purification Systems Used For Relief Work In Puerto Rico

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Aspen Water, Inc. is a long-standing company in the business of water purification technology, having provided portable water purification systems to the US military and various disaster relief organizations for almost 20 years. Most recently, Aspen Water supplied all the systems and bladders to two major camps in Puerto Rico, in support of the post-hurricane relief efforts. They also had a system set up in Houston after the massive flooding earlier this year.

Here’s a video of a North Carolina-based Baptist relief organization demonstrating the Aspen 3300M water filtration system for use in their relief efforts in Puerto Rico.

3300M Set-1

The 3300M is a fully-enclosed fresh water purification system, capable of processing up to 3300 gallons of water per day, up to 150 gallons per hour. It utilizes a multi-stage filtration system which, step-by-step:

1) Removes large debris
2) Small debris and harmfull organisms down to 1 micron in size
3) Man made pollutants and other contamination via a media canister
4) Disinfection via UV lamp
5) Post-filtration which removes tannins

The entire unit operates on single phase 90 to 260 volts AC at 50 or 60 hertz as well as 10 to 30 volts DC, from virtually any power source, with a maximum power consumption of less than 200 watts. An on-board battery, fully charged, lasts 2-3 hours.

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  1. Aspen Water says:

    Thank you for your post about Aspen Water. We appreciate the support. If anyone has any questions about our systems, please contact us.

    http://www.aspenwater.com
    info@aspenwater.com
    972-889-9500

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