Filtre à air pour l’aération du bassin de rétention d’eau

Filtering the supply air reduces hygiene hazards

Every drinking water reservoir respirates: Aeration and deaeration of drinking water reservoirs is necessary for pressure equalisation as the water level in the water chamber varies. Huge amounts of air are sucked in as drinking water is being withdrawn. This air must be pressed out again during tank filling. The hygiene problem lies in the “breath-in” process. Depending on ambient air quality, there is a certain risk that higher amounts of dust, bacteria, viruses and germs may pass into the stored drinking water.

Ventilation technology with HUBER air filter plants reliably prevents such risks. Generally, only filtered ambient air should be allowed to pass into the water reservoir.

We will gladly advise you on the right filter technology and suitable complete solutions for optimal hygiene for your drinking water reservoir
 

Aeration / deaeration plant L251Fermer

Aeration / deaeration plant L251

Natural aeration/deaeration plant with air connections on both sides to improve the hygiene in drinking water reservoirs.

Completely made of 1.4307 stainless steel except the filter material, shielded arc welded, acid-treated in a pickling bath and passivated.

Maximum throughput at Δp = 120 Pa: 250 m³/h.
 

Aeration / deaeration plant L252Fermer

Aeration / deaeration plant L252

Natural aeration/deaeration plant with air connections on both sides to improve the hygiene in drinking water reservoirs.

Completely made of 1.4307 stainless steel except the filter material, shielded arc welded, acid-treated in a pickling bath and passivated.

Maximum throughput at Δp = 120 Pa: 300 m³/h

Aeration / deaeration plant L361, L661, L662Fermer

Aeration / deaeration plant L361, L661, L662

Natural aeration/deaeration plant with air connections on both sides to improve the hygiene in drinking water
reservoirs. Completely made of 1.4307 stainless steel except the filter material, shielded arc welded, acid-treated in a pickling bath and passivated.

Maximum throughput at Δp = 120 Pa: 720 m³/h (L361), 1440 m³/h (L661), 3.012 m³/h (L662)
 

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