Water supply

W.E.T. pool - W.E.T. pool-x

W.E.T.pool - W.E.T.pool - x

Ultrafiltration systems for circular treatment for swim­ming pools

The new technology is an alternative also for outdoor pools.

The operators can look forward to the peak days with record attendance very calmly; the water quality will be perfect.

Water - without bacteria and absolutely clean - thanks to the latest technology of the membranes.

Fully automatic operation with multiple daily washing.

The staff needed only for observation.

Ceiling height of 2.0 m - is sufficient.

Modular design - allows the expansion of the installation, due to changes in the situation.

To separate the bound chlorine, responsible for the redness of the eyes and the smell of chlorine in the swimming pool there is an additional activated carbon filter or ultraviolet station.

Cheaper

Fully automatic self-cleaning means no personnel costs

Backwash water storage is not required

Over 50 % less space requirement

Room height of 2.20 m is mostly sufficient

Low investment costs

Lower payback periods

Continuous endeavour to find cost reduction potentials, to realise it consequently and to pass it on to the customer

Technical data:

W.E.T pool

18

36

54

72

Ultrafiltration

Water circulation

m³/h

18

36

54

72

Membrane area

m

90

180

270

360

Required area

Height

mm

1900

1900

1900

1900

Width

mm

1200

1200

1200

1200

Depth

mm

1200

1600

2000

2400

Remote maintenance and remote diagnosis allow for a quick default analysis and are saving travelling expenses.

Circular treatment of swimming pool water by means of ultrafiltration with 160 m³/h. Reverse osmosis unit is one step in a treatment chain for the treatment of boiler feed water in a power station.

This is just one possibility for the application of reverse osmosis units. W.E.T. are using this technology also for the recycling of backwash wastewater in swimming pools, in order to prevent any increase of salinity in the pool water circuits.

Further fields of application are the reduction of nitrate and hard­ness in drinking water. In this case, reverse osmosis is mostly being used for deacidification of a partial stream. After mixing with the raw water, the nitrate value has dropped under the limit value, the water hardness has been reduced and there are sufficient ingredi­ents left for a healthy drinking water.

Circulating: 32 to 700 m² / h