Purification facilities to save and conserve water resources

The daily consumption of water in developed countries is perceived as a natural and overwhelming act, almost as much as breathing. However, water is a precious primary good that needs to be used with due diligence, avoiding unnecessary waste. In developed countries, per capita consumption has reached disturbing levels, while in Italy about 30% of the water delivered is dispersed due to malfunctioning of aqueducts. This results in a waste of resources and a non-indifferent economic expense. The use of new water purifiers is one of the most effective solutions. ITI creates facilities for purification and disinfection that allow you to reach a level of savings of up to 100%. These are modern and technological processes designed to meet the needs of each customer through the creation of customized systems.
The elements used are ecosostenible and natural, with the use of activated charcoal and quartzite. Our philosophy is to save this indispensable asset by using non-chemical but totally biological substances, delivering real savings to our customers: - cost-controlled installation costs - minimized maintenance costs - frequent routine maintenance but with minimal expense and time, while ensuring maximum reliability.

The depurative process through active carbons is that of adsorption, ie the removal and retention of dissolved substances in water:
non-polar substances.
This eliminates organic and inorganic micro-polluting odors and substances, while also balancing the flavor.


With the passage of water from top to bottom through the quartzite filtering layer, purification allows the elimination of Suspicious Solids and turbidity pollutants:

organic materials;
The water treated by the repetition of these two processes will exhibit suitable organoleptic, physical and chemical-biological characteristics. The result will be a saving in consumption and a good water to drink, which does not release deposits of limestone and this is perfect for cooking and for personal hygiene. Great for tourist facilities and swimming pools and for irrigation. An electronic brain will control the plant and will be able to monitor the state of the purifier at all times and its functionality, guaranteeing total operational autonomy. This will reduce the need for frequent checks and periodic replacement of filters, since the implant can self-clean. The only replacement required annually will be coal, with minimal maintenance costs.