Literature On Onboard Potable Water Disinfection Available From Everpure

Everpure, Inc., of Westmont, 111., is offering free literature on the onboard potable water disinfection systems marketed by the company.

Everpure Bromination Systems, which represent the state-of-the-art in onboard potable water disinfection, are in use worldwide on offshore production platforms, drilling rigs, and supply vessels, as well as onboard U.S. Navy surface vessels and many USCG and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers vessels. Two models are available; one treats the water as it is produced by a watermaker, and one has the ability to treat water stored in a tank.

Everpure Bromination Systems disinfect the water, making it safe to drink. Completing Everpure's Water Treatment Systems are Marine Duty point-of-use filters that go at drinking fountains, ice machines, the galley sink, or wherever the crew may take drinking water.

The filters remove suspended dirt particles as small as 1 micron in size, as well as all offensive tastes and odors associated from water stored in steel tanks, leaving the water fresh and clean tasting.

For further information and free literature on how Everpure Bromination Systems can keep crews safe from waterborne illness and on the job, Circle 20 on Reader Service Card

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 22,  May 1989

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First published in 1881 Maritime Reporter is the world's largest audited circulation publication serving the global maritime industry.