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Spark manages a 5-step water flow process:   

1. Water Intake

An onboard pump brings contaminated water into a reservoir. Measured amounts of water drop through smart compartments.

2. 3-Stage Initial Filtering

Granular Zeolite reduces turbidity. Activated carbon removes sediment and volatile organic compounds, improves water taste and removes chlorine. Finally, a 10-micron filter further reduces turbidity and pathogens.

3. Ultrafiltration

Water is pumped under pressure into an ultrafiltration compartment, which removes viruses, bacteria and suspended solids.

4. UV Treatment

Ultraviolet light deactivates the replication DNA of bacteria, mold, viruses, protozoa, cholera etc., rendering them harmless.

5. Storage

Water is kept in germicidal plastic tanks and maintained by an agitation pump and UV lamp.



System Capabilities


Spark units are available in four standard configurations depending on need. While every Spark appears the same from the outside, each of the four configurations can be customized to meet a client’s specific site requirements.


For example, a single unit can be customized to provide a greater level of power or more communications capability simply by switching or adding additional modules into the existing deployed system. A small-sized Spark can easily be upgraded to an extra-large unit in the field. The ability to expand or reduce as needed makes Spark a truly sustainable solution.

                              Spark Water Filtration Path 

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