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Complete Greywater-Reuse-Systems at IFAT
Dehoust presents optimized Greywater-Reuse-Systems at hall A2, booth 119/218
Due to the excellent water drain values after chemical-free treatment, the environmentally conscious user gets clear, odor-free and especially steril process water for secondary use.
Interested parties are invited to inform themselves more about the technical details and the many possible combinations of Dehoust Greywater-Reuse-Systems at the booth.
Of course you can inform yourself fast and direct via Dehoust-Web in advance: www.greywater.eu
For Dehoust the sustainable process water management is a key point in the offer in modern building services. Besides eco-friendly complete systems for saving drinkable water it's also the most modern break tanks with capacities of up to 20m ³ / hour in focus. They are used for the secure separation of drinkable water and process water in sensitive areas according to DIN EN 1717.
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