Omnipure Produces Five Waste Treatment Units —Literature Available

Literature describing five models of waste water treatment units is available from Omnipure, a division of Sigma-Chapman, Inc., Houston, Texas.

Omnipure uses an electrocatalytic waste treatment process for treating black and gray waters when seawater is available. The units use no consumables, require no additives, and have no onboard storage. The units are built for installation on offshore platforms, support vessels, and oceangoing vessels. The units can operate intermittently in freshwater with the installation of a chamber and addition of agricultural grade salt lick periodically.

The pre-assembled lightweight units come in five sizes that serve crews from 13 to 300 persons.

The Omnipure four-color brochure includes flow diagrams and design information. For a free copy, Write 43 on Reader Service Card

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 56,  Nov 1981

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