Guardian 2000 Miniature Water Treatment Plant

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The Guardian 2000 is a patented miniature water treatment plant that converts raw, contaminated, fresh water to a potable (drinkable) state. It sits on a 5ft. x 2ft footprint and stands 5ft tall. It has an onboard computer to monitor the disinfection process and ensure no contaminated water passes through.

For use in:
-Rural homes
-small villages
-Military encampments
-Houseboats
-Barge Towboats
-In place of large municipal water co's (saves millions in capital outlay and maintenance costs)

Use on:
-Lakes
-Rivers
-Cisterns
-Wells
-Ponds
-Any fresh water source

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