Shivam’s Disaster Management Unit is a state of the art containerised water treatment system specially designed to cater to emergency requirements of drinking water during during natural calamities. Disasters such as floods, drought, cyclones and earthquakes result in high contaminated water supply sources, leading to widespread water borne diseases and epidemics. Shivam’s disaster management unit produces safe drinking water confirming to stringent IS 10500 standards.
Skid mounted, compact, designed to fit into a container, can be operated on a diesel generator, does not involve use of chemicals.
Shivam’s Disaster Management unit consists of ultra-filtration, reverse osmosis and ozonation modules which can be used in combination, depending on the quality of water to be treated. It is designed to produce 5000 litres per hour drinking water from any surface water supply having low dissolved solids ( less than 200 mg/l) and 2000 litres per hour from brackish water sources like ground water with TDS as high as 2000 mg/l.
This membrane based process removes all undissolved impurities including suspended solids, colloidal impurities, bacteria and viruses and a large number of organic compounds like pesticides and detergents.
Also a membrane based process, it removes dissolved impurities from brackish water to produce potable water having low dissolved salts. This process is ideally suited to drought prone areas.
This consists of an ozone generator unit which produces ozone gas in suit and a mechanism which introduces the ozone gas into water to kill all bacteria and inactivate viruses.