Drinking water anywhere, at anytime with the AQUALINK system

The AQUALINK systems offer products adapted to the difficult conditions in the countries that are suffering from a severe shortage of drinking water. You will be able to easily produce the amount of drinking water you need from any contaminated source (ponds, rivers …)

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AQUALINK TRIP

800 liters of water per day in a suitcase ! Mobile system for easy transport. Unfoldable in less than 5 minutes.

AQUALINK MiniTrip

AQUALINK UF

300 liters of drinking water per hour. Easy to install, instantaneous production. Perfect for healthcare facilities or residential purposes.

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AQUALINK HOME

360 liters per hour of clean water. Easy to install and easy to maintain. Zero loss, the system is perfect for residential purposes and small healthcare facilities.

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AQUALINK KIOSK Fountain

Up to 8000 liters of water per day in a self-serve terminal!

Fixed autonomous energy system which requires access to a water source.

Simplified payment due to a contactless terminal.

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AQUALINK KIOSK Container

Up to 1000 liters of bottled water per hour

Fixed autonomous energy system which requires access to a water source.

Sold in a 10 or 18 liter jug

PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS

Clinics, health centers, field and disaster area hospitals, mobile medical centers …

Military operations in remote areas, rescue operations, mountain infantry…

Resorts, eco-lodges, isolated residences on unserviced land, building complexes in remote area, schools …

Water, a universal right !

Beyond basic vital needs, access to safe drinking water has major impacts on health conditions and economic development. Adapting solutions to the living conditions of developing countries by establishing access to drinking water allows for a decrease in the economic gap.

Reduce the risk of epidemics

Polluted water is the first vector of disease transmission in the world.

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Improve living standards in rural areas

Remote villages are still deprived of drinking water despite the presence of wells. Today, women and children are still walking for miles as “water carriers” to get drinking water supplies …

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Respond to emergency needs

Providing safe drinking water in emergency on natural disaster areas.