systeme de potabilisation pour aéroport

Water potabilisation unit for aircraft

Drinking water unit for water consumption on airplane

SYCLOPE Electronique has developed a new water potabilisation treatment unit for water consumption on aircraft board. Indeed, this system allows to continuously analyse and regulate the water and to produce at the same time the chlorine necessary for its disinfection. In addition, it is a 2-in-1 equipment for water treatment and on-site chlorine production.

Advantages of the Autonomous Chlorination Unit for airport

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Potabilized water

First of all, the water is potabilized and permanently available for consumption on board aircraft,

Continuous analysis

The measurement and analysis of the water is done continuously,

Chlorine production on site

Chlorine production is carried out on site by salt electrolysis,

No storage of chemicals

The strong point is that there is no handling or storage of dangerous products for processing,

2 in 1

Complete skid for water regulation and chlorine production all in one,

Remote monitoring

The unit is equipped with optional remote monitoring,


Adaptable and dimensionable according to the sites.
  • Water consumption on board aircraft
  • Simple and low frequency maintenance
  • Automatic process for continuous analysis
  • Skid-mounted system for easy “Plug&Play” installation
  • A permanent supply of drinking water is available
  • Modular and adaptable equipment according to the sites
  • Maintenance of chlorine concentration in water according to regulatory requirements
  • On-site chlorine production
  • Automatic and continuous management of the chlorine concentration in the cover
  • No handling or delivery of hazardous chemicals
  • Hydrogen detector as standard
  • No emanation of chlorine vapour (hermetic tank)
  • Remote monitoring of water quality

Pau-Pyrénées Airport
Automatic chlorination unit for 1000 litres of drinking water

Unité de traitement d'eau aéroport de pau-pyrenees

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