The STREAM system is designed to operate in extreme environments such as disaster settings, military settings, and developing nations, and can produce enough disinfectant to treat up to 240,000 liters (60,000 gallons) per day of water. The unit operates on most power supplies including 110/220 VAC single phase, and 12 volts DC such as a car battery or solar panel. It is built into a hard plastic waterproof case. However, all of the components in the system are waterproof and can be exposed to a driving rain while the lid on the case is open, and the system is operating. The unit is fully automated ensuring a consistent chlorine concentration of 5,000 mg/l. 5,000 mg/l is the standard concentration for cleaning hospital settings and is easily diluted for hand washing at 500 mg/l or 2,000 to 1 for drinking water applications at 2.5 mg/l dose, or 1,000 to 1 for a 5.0 mg/l dose. The unit is self-cleaning and does not normally require an acid washing protocol to clean the electrolytic cell of carbonate scale.

The system comes with all peripheral components including salt mixing charts, chlorine dosing charts, measuring cups and pipettes, and a water-resistant operation manual.

Videos of the system operating in Haiti and Puerto Rico can be seen on our videos page.

To download the spec sheet for the STREAM System, click here.