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    Water Equipment Plus now suppliers of AqSep revers osmosis systems

    Water Equipment Plus

    Water Equipment Plus has become the exclusive distributor and supplier of Danish company AqSep's WaterCube and Watermaker reverse osmosis systems in Australia and New Zealand.

    The WaterCube2 unit has the ability to produce 4800 litres of water per day, while the Watermaker unit can produce from 4000 to 17,000 litres per day. 

    Water Equipment Plus general manger Colin Nash said, “AqSep was keen to link with our company because of our extensive market distribution channels and our understanding of the Australasian market for water treatment products.

    “The AqSep range of products is a premium product offering and as a business the Danish company has a focus on research and development to produce superior, energy efficient water treatment products.”

    The Watercube2 is designed for the treatment of sea water or brackish water supplies. It is compact and reliable, and can be used for residential, small commercial and industrial projects.

    Smaller than a domestic washing machine, the reverse osmosis system is unobtrusive and fits easily into a home, hotel or resort. This translates to decreased shipping and installation costs due to its small footprint.

    The AqSep Watermaker has a higher treatment capacity of up to 17,000 litres per day, which meets larger water demands.

    There is no need for chemical additions or lubricants with the highly efficient pump, which uses the highest quality components. The reverse osmosis system’s carbon footprint is reduced further with an optional energy recovery device which reduces energy requirements.

    The operation of both reverse osmosis systems is fully automatic, so once installation is complete, there is little intervention required. 

    “We have already commenced building up stocks in the Water Equipment Plus warehouse in Melbourne and we will carry any spare parts needed to ensure a prompt supply and service backup,” Mr Nash said.

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