Awarded a gold award at the iCAN 2017 Global Technology Solutions Competition in Toronto, Canada, water treatment technology MET (Mechanical Energy Technologies) is a new technology capable of simultaneously processing water supplied for domestic use, water used for industrial production and industrial wastewater.

Contrary to conventional water treatment systems that mainly use filtration technology as the foundation, use filter elements to remove impurities in the water, use chemicals to balance pH and materials that need to be replaced periodically. MET technology develops in a different direction, friendly with the environment and human health.

MET technology applies the principle of forming a natural filter and a synthetic physical action mechanism that separates the water flow into three groups (liquid, solid, and gas) to thoroughly treat water sources. The whole machine does not work with water flow, but in the form of ionic molecules, which are water dust that operates in an anaerobic environment without oxygen, using mechanical energy generated from the water pressure itself.

Công nghệ Met

Công nghệ Met

For polluted water sources, the combined system uses a mixture of substances including salt, lime, vinegar and glass water, substances that are inherently beneficial to human health. This mixture is mixed in a certain ratio suitable to the pollution level of water sources to treat components such as microorganisms, bacteria and suspended solids in the water.

MET technology completely removes harmful minerals such as iron alum and thoroughly treats gases such as methane, hydrogen … Through testing, MET technology produces water quality that meets the standards of the Ministry of Health and Directorate for Standards, Metrology and Quality under the Ministry of Science and Technology recognized with safety indicators and domestic water standards.

Some water treatment system MET pictures

Mr. Nguyen Thanh Son (Tu Son district, Bac Ninh) highly appreciated the convenience of the MET system in the first time. Users don’t need to change sand, different materials like the old treatment method, he also told us how to “test” the application quality water  simply through tea making: “normally brew tea with gray color, when mixed with treated water of MET technology, tea water has a beautiful yellow color and aroma”.

 

Mr. Truong Dang Cac (Dong Hung district, Thai Binh) is one of the first household apply MET water treatment technology to replace the old method, he said: “Since using this water treatment machine I found that the water quality is good, clean, used in about 8 hours to get 4m3 of water. Since the installation of the system is more than 4 years old, the water flow rate remains unchanged and almost don’t need to repair with equipment failures.

This new water treatment technology is a practical solution in the context of environmental pollution causing scarcity of clean water, especially in rural residential areas where households only use basic water filtration methods such as coal filtration, sand filtration or boiling water sources, and water treatment systems often require high installation and operating costs.

After being deployed at homes, factories, companies in Bac Ninh, Hai Phong, Hai Duong, Ho Chi Minh City …, MET technology shows economic efficiency in the characteristics of long life, cost low investment, easy maintenance, using domestically produced materials, water source after treatment safe for human health, livestock and plants. The advantage of MET water treatment technology is the way Mechanical methods does not use chemicals and energy sources to function as electricity, heat. The space for the system space is quite small, the devices in the system are made from ordinary everyday materials.

The team of inventors said that the MET system used for residential use has a durability of more than 50 years. The engineering group of TA Water Treatment Technology Co., Ltd. – the author of MET technology, said that MET aims to create benefits for the community, namely regenerating water resources, turning wastewater into resources. ; minimize waste into the environment; improving the lives of people in remote and isolated areas; contribute to the sustainable development of water resources, protect the human living environment and the ecosystem.