The following process flowsheet shows the technological base for the construction of our (drinking-) water disinfection device.

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The electrolysis consists of two partial reactions, executed at the electrodes in cathodic (-) and anodic (+) region due to co-current flow. Substances of the electrolyte accrue as reaction products at the electrodes.

  • positive ions (cation) are reduced at the cathode
  • negative ions (anion) are oxidised at the anode

In the electro-chemical activation the anode and cathode, as plane electrodes, are separated by a selective, intermediately installed membrane. Voltage flow is possible and reaction products are not mixed. This interactive membrane (diaphragm) is also used for the production of the anolyte.

The AGIL technology operates with

  • interactive membrane and electrodes
  • filters
  • modules
used as so called reactors. The disinfectant agent produced by this procedure has a strong germ killing effect even in a diluted concentration.

It is likewise effective against
  • bacteria, especially legionella
  • their spores
  • viruses
  • fungi
  • and amoebic colitis
Your potable water is taken at a tapping point, enriched with salt solution outside the water pipe and recirculate to the compact device.

A highly efficient anolyte is produced without adding any desinfectants from external.

The disinfectant agent is filled into a storing tank and subject to the water consumption it is added into the drinking water system by using a proportioning pump.

Through modern modular technique and state of the art control technology the design of our devices can be customized for a water flow from 5 m³ to 500 m³.