The ASPEN 5000M  water purification system will supply 4,000 to 5,000 gallons per day (between 160 to 210 gallons per hour) of highly purified water from virtually any non-saline water source. Water can be drawn from ditches, rivers, lakes or standing water that may contain chemical and/or biological contamination.

Dimensions.  Both interlocking cases are 43” X 28”X 21”.  The approximate dry weight of the water treatment unit is 220 lbs, and the accessory case is approximately 110 lbs.

The ASPEN 1800BC (Brief Case) and the ASPEN 1800BP (Backpack) water purification systems will supply up to 1,800 gallons per day (75 gallons per hour) of highly purified water from virtually any non-saline water source. Water can be drawn from ditches, ponds, rivers, lakes or standing water that may contain chemical or biological contamination.

Dimensions.  The BC unit is 24 1/2” X 20” X 14” and weighs 68lbs. The BP unit is 21” X 18” X 10” and weighs just over 50lbs. Accessory kits are available for either unit.

ASPEN WATER purification systems range in capacity from 3,800 to 38,000 liters (1,000 to 10,000 gallons) per day of highly purified water. The fresh water systems can draw water from lakes, rivers, ponds, ditches or standing water. All Aspen systems effectively remove chemical and/or biological contamination.

Power Sources. Aspen systems are capable of operating on either AC or DC power in ranges as varied as 90 to 260 volts AC at either 50 or 60 hertz as well as 10 to 30 volts DC; simply any electrical power source. The military versions are capable of operating from 24/28 volt DC taken from government vehicles. Power cords with military type quick-connects are also provided.

(Note: A Solar option package is also available.)

Two Stage Filtration. The first stage removes sand, dirt and very fine particles. The second stage removes harmful microorganisms such as Paramecium, Amoeba, Giardia, Cryptosporidium and other small matter down to 1 micron.

Water Treatment. Replaceable multi-media water treatment canisters effectively treat from 34,000 to 380,000 liters (9,000 to 100,000 gallons) of surface water containing contaminants such as mercury, lead, barium, selenium and arsenic, prior to replacement. They also remove high levels of manmade pollutants such as solvents and insecticides. When used to ensure microbial destruction on clear water, the canister can be used for up to twice the rated capacities.

Disinfecting. An ultraviolet (UV) exposure unit is included on all systems as the primary source of disinfection. They are rated from 7 to 60 liters (1.8 to over 15 gallons) per minute and provide as much as two times the safety factor required by the US regulatory agencies and exceeds the World Health Organization’s standards for total disinfection.

Safety Features. The operating and monitoring components are designed with a two-stage protective shutdown system. First, the overall system automatically shuts down in the event of a failure in the disinfecting process. Secondly, the pump stops and a valve closes, preventing any more water from passing through the system.

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The 1600 produces continuously 40,000L drinking water per day anywhere in the world

The 1600 continuously produces 40,000L drinking water per day anywhere in the world.
The system operates automatically with the simple 'two-button-operation' = start/stop. A minimum
manpower is required because of the self-sufficient 24h/day operation. The module has an
integrated CIP system (Cleaning in Place) for disinfection, cleaning, etc.
The 1600 series is also a modular system which is available in different versions:
• The 1600 as the basic purification module, including accessories
• The 1600 G which consists of the 1600 and an encapsulated, especially low noise running
• The 1600 is a 1600 G whose platform is mounted on all-terrain single-axle trailer which
makes the system mobile.
The Double Pass Mode Option makes sure that drinking water produced by the 1600 under the
defined conditions, clearly exceeds the strict levels of the World Health Organization (WHO).