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Marlow, 16 January 2014 - ELGA Process Water, a Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies company, has introduced Thermapure Mini, the newest member of the Thermapure™ family of heat- sanitisable reverse osmosis (RO) units for sterile services and endoscopy applications. Thermapure Mini produces up to 120 litres per hour of pure water and meets the latest decontamination guidelines for washer disinfectors and endoscope reprocessors.
At only 850mm high and with a 1000mm x 530mm footprint, Thermapure Mini has been designed to fit underneath work surfaces to minimise space in the endoscopy suite. In spite of its small size, Thermapure Mini has all the features of the larger Thermapure units including fully automatic, chemical-free, heat sanitisation with a ring main temperature control to
ensure a minimum sanitisation temperature of 80°C is reached and maintained for a pre-set time. The HMI (Human Machine Interface) allows for user defined access levels and displays unit status, real time water quality monitoring and alarm conditions. With up to 75% recovery when fed with softened water, operating costs are the lowest in its class.
Visit www.elgaprocesswater.co.uk/thermapure for more details on Thermapure and other healthcare water solutions.
ELGA Process Water is part of Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies. Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies is the Veolia Water subsidiary specialized in technical solutions and design & build projects for water and wastewater treatment, for industrial and municipal clients. Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies recorded revenue of €2.4 billion in 2012.
Veolia Water, the water division of Veolia Environnement, is the world leader in water and wastewater services. Specialized in outsourcing services for municipal authorities, as well as industrial and service companies, it is also one of the world’s major designers of technological solutions and constructor of facilities needed in water and wastewater services. With 89,094 employees, Veolia Water provides water service to 100 million people and wastewater service to 71 million. Its 2012 revenue amounted to €12.078 billion.