FILTEC has a range of Acceptable Solutions in various sizes to ensure small drinking water suppliers can provide safe drinking water in a practical, compliant and cost-effective way.
How do our Acceptable Solutions work?
The first step is to identify the water source and determine the quality of the water through a standard laboratory water test. From here the following steps can be taken,
- FILTEC Design form completed and supplied with water analysis
- Water treatment system design created based on and sized for your requirements
- FILTEC Partner engaged to provide installation and ongoing support
What water treatment issues can it solve?
At the heart of all the Acceptable Solutions is disinfection. Disinfection ensures the water is safe to drink by preventing illness causing pathogens that can be present in raw water infecting people. Water analysis also ensures we create simple treatment steps to prevent any other harmful contaminants or undesirable taste, odour and visual aspects affecting water quality.
Common issues that are encountered are,
- Spring & Bore Water: ?
- Agricultural water:
Why FILTEC Acceptable Solutions?
- FILTEC has over 30 years of local industry experience and knowledge in water treatment
- Integration of World leading commercial grade UV products into Acceptable Solutions
- Complete commercial solution with multiple monitoring points and indicators with inbuilt safety features including solenoid shutoff
- Multiple models covering a wide range of flow rates
- Simple modular design for easy transport and fast installation
- Nationwide Partner work for installation and ongoing support
- Easy upgrade to IoT monitoring
- Full range of pretreatment solutions available to ensure optimal operation of Acceptable Solutions.
Project Case Studies (if any)
FILTEC has a long history of working with major water authorities, city and town councils. Check out our recent projects at Water Treatment Plants.
Pahiatua has historically sourced its drinking water from the Mangatainoka River. However, it frequently suffers from high turbidity and taste and odour issues. A bore was brought online to support the town supply, but it struggles to meet demand during peak seasons.