Water Purification & Treatment
Our commitment is to ensure that the installation of each unit results in providing a final solution to the supply of potable water in an efficient and safe manner as well as providing significant saving to our customers. Water is produced in accordance with National and International Standards.
Intaka Tech wishes to return water back to its original state – clear, pure and pristine – easier, simpler and using far more cost-effective means.
Even in its natural state water contains contaminants such as bacteria, metals, organic matter and much more that does not agree with the water requirements necessary to sustain life.
The largest single Intaka Tech Water Purification Plant (WPP) can produce up to 25 000 litres of potable water per hour. Water purification units can be combined in parallel to produce up to 75 000 litres per hour. All models are manufactured from grade 304 stainless steel; making them corrosion resistant and extremely durable to the elements and water treatment process. Models range from the larger High Rate Solids Contact Clarifiers with Pressure Filters to the smaller Lamellar Settlers with integrated Rapid Gravity Filters. Our services include manufacturing, installation, commission and maintenance contracts.
Our WPPs do not only remove high turbidity and colour, but also eliminate bacteria, spores, viral and parasitic pathogenic agents, thus preventing typical waterborne diseases.
Intaka’s WPPs are ideal for Public and Private bodies with ties to the Water Sector, namely Water Services Providers, Consulting Engineers, Civil Engineering Companies, Mining and exploration camps and Housing estate developers.
Intaka Tech’s WPP and its components can easily be transported to its destination and installed without complications. This degree of mobility allows us to be operational within two weeks once the items have been delivered. Our equipment is easily augmented into existing facilities or installed at urban and peri-urban communities and are ideal for rural areas where no plants or water services exist.