Water Purification Equipment

WaterHealth offers a wide range of water purification solutions that utilizes a 6-stage purification process that can purify all types of input water, be it surface water (rivers, canals, lakes, ponds, open wells etc.) or ground water (bore well). WaterHealth's products are developed by using high quality components sourced through some of the world's leading purification equipment manufacturers. This ensures superior quality of water, longevity of the equipment and optimal operational costs for our customers. The Reverse Osmosis (RO) and Ultraviolet (UV) blending solution used in our equipment enables retention of necessary salts and minerals in the water that is essential for the human body. The blending option also provides a higher recovery rate, thereby decreasing operational costs for the customer. WaterHealth offers purification equipment with the capacity ranging from 250 LPH, 500 LPH, 1000 LPH, 2000 LPH and 3000 LPH.

SPECIAL FEATURES:

  • Solution tied to raw water chemistry: WaterHealth provides customized solution for safe drinking water through its wide range of product offerings. A well trained team analyses the raw water chemistry and suggests the best suited product to the customers. This ensures that our customers get 100% safe and pure drinking water solution.
  • Annual Maintenance Contract (AMC): WaterHealth offers Annual Maintenance Contract packages for 2, 3, 4 and 5 years that can provide customers the reliability of having their equipment serviced by factory trained technicians and the "peace of mind" that comes with a well maintained plant.
  • Quality testing facility: WaterHealth provides safe drinking water solution to the customers by setting up the plant and also takes responsibility of an assured quality in every drop. Along with the product, three complementary quality tests are offered to the customers and can be extended through AMC.
  • Economic Benefit: The installation of WaterHealth's purifiers reduces expenditure on drinking water. The cost of the equipment gets recovered in a very short span of time in comparison to the spending made on purchasing drinking water from market.