Color Code Overview
Our Water Systems use a simple Color Code which allow us to easily distinguish the types of conditions the modules were designed for. The modules' type, power requirement and contamination at source are all part of this color designation. Red, Yellow and Green are all work modules, and are the modules used in purifying water and collecting data. As purity goals and/or new regulations are established, our modules can be swapped out easily to meet new demands. A Blue module indicates a Command Hub module, which is in charge of maintaining its entire local platform.
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Modules with Red stripes show us that the module was designed for a highly contaminated site. These modules are designed for sites dealing with industrial wastewater. They are designed for contamination levels above 10,000 PPM of Total Dissolved Solids. These modules are recommended for sites with high contamination of salt, fracking wastewater, oil waste water, etc.
Modules with Yellow stripes displays that the module was designed for medium contamination sites. These modules are designed for sites with standard levels of contamination. They are designed for contamination levels between 500-10,000 PPM of Total Dissolved Solids. These modules are recommended for sites with high algae bloom or brackish water conditions.
Modules with Green stripes show that the module was designed for low contamination sites. These modules are designed for targeting virus and bacterial contamination. They are designed for contamination levels less than 500 PPM of Total Dissolved Solids. These modules are designed for household use to clean incoming municipal or well water.
Modules with the Blue stripe are Command Hub modules. These modules are designed to process the information being fed to it by the Water Systems and their individual modules. These modules act as a bridge between our Water Systems and our Cloud network, which monitors and adjusts operating parameters on a real-time basis.