Emergency Drinking Water Built-In Unit
Characteristics of the drinking water production unit E.D.W.B.U !

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E.D.W.B.U Emergency Unit

E.D.W.B.U Technical Data

Humanitarian Missions
Independent, strong and reliable unit

The E.D.W.B.U consists of two metal trunks

(robust stainless steel strucutre).


It works thanks the energy provide by a mobile generating set, traditional equipment of professional rescuers teams

(equipment our company can also provide in option), or thanks a four stroke gasoline engine.

"Electric" Model
"Gasoline" Model
Quick to implement

The E.D.W.B.U settled near a water source (river, lake, pond, well etc). Its assembly is limited to the connection of some pipes.

The drinking water production unit E.D.W.B.U is operational within the shortest possible time.

In an 1 hour, drinking water begins to be distributed to disasters victims.
Easy to use
No specific skills are required to operate the E.D.W.B.U.

At each emergencies missions performed with the E.D.W.B.U,

rescuers trained local volunteers to help them to run the water purification unit.

Easily transportable by Air, Sea, Land

Transport to the affected areas

Lightweight and low-bulk, the E.D.W.B.U is easily transported by rescue teams to all disasters areas, even the most remote.

It can be transported in any vehicle (helicopter, truck, car etc) or even on back of animals.
Air Transport

The water potabilization unit E.D.W.B.U consisting in two lights units, it is considered as simple luggage

and not as freight on all airlines.

The equipment arrive on the scene of disasters along with rescue teams.

No need to wait anymore for the arrival of your potabilization water unit by freight !

Moving of the E.D.W.B.U from one disaster site to another

As the E.D.W.B.U is composed of 2 metal trunks of less than 50 kgs, it can be easily transported from one stricken area to another one.

For example, in the Philippines, the rescue workers have regularly changed of water potabilization site, in order to optimize the distribution of drinking water to the affected populations and to avoid population displacement.