Autumn 2015

In the province of Rovigo, in a breeding farm the water from a well is used to water the animals; however the water has a certain bacterial charge that the owner wants to eliminate or at least reduce without resorting to chemicals.

The plant is equipped with a treatment system that uses chlorine to break down bacteria, a traditional sand filtering system to eliminate suspended bodies and then a carbon filter to eliminate chlorine residues.

All this however can not guarantee the result because if it is true that with the chlorine many bacteria are eliminated, that the sand filter can retain impurities and the carbon filter removes the residual chlorine, on the other hand each filter is receptacle of bacteria that are not completely eliminated and therefore have the potential to proliferate.

The well water conditions are then very variable as the groundwater level is very variable: in September 2015, after a violent downpour, there was a noticeable reduction in impurities suspended in the water, a notable reduction in iron and an increase in clarity, but at the same time there has also been a notable increase in the bacteria that the normal chlorine dosage could not contain as usual.

At this point the plant owner, to make up for the limits of the set treatments, decided to install an AQUARING PROFESSIONAL on the outlet water pipe after all the treatments, not before having verified the effectiveness in bactericidal function with a test .

The unit was then mounted on the pipe exiting the well upstream of a water withdrawal tap but downstream of the entire treatment system, leaving it switched off.

So we made the agreements with the laboratory of analysis that also provided the two containers suitably treated to contain the samples of water to be analyzed and using a thermal bag for transport we are ready to make the withdrawal.

The tap was opened and the water was allowed to run for a few minutes, then the first container was filled and the tap was closed.

At this point the AQUARING unit was switched on and after a few minutes the tap was opened again and the water ran again for a few minutes; immediately after the second sample was taken, ie water treated with AQUARING.

Basically the unit worked for four to five minutes before the sampling of the treated water was made, to be noted that the effectiveness is immediate because the treatment is obtained by simply passing water into the field of application of the unit . The result obtained is verifiable by the comparison between the two certificates below:

The evidence leaves no doubt as to how much it was possible to obtain reduction of the bacteria for which the plant owner decided to purchase and then moved the unit on the pipe leaving the traditional treatments, an operation which, not being Invasive application, it was done in ten minutes.