Human survival depends on the availability of safe drinking water. According to the World Health Organization (WHO) 88% of the annual 4 billion cases of diarrhea are attributed to contaminated drinking water and poor sanitation. Unsafe drinking water can cause serious health problems such as cholera, typhoid and dysentery. An estimated 1.8 million people die from these diseases annually.

Disinfecting water saves lives

Access to safe drinking water is often a major problem after natural disasters, military actions, disasters etc. International aid organizations benefit from a safe and reliable product which can be adequately deployed in disaster areas. Professional drinking water treatment is usually done with chlorine-containing products. These products are available as a liquid or in solid form (granules or tablets). The most reliable and stable form may be chlorine tablets. Veip Disinfectants developed specifically for international aid organizations Chloramine-T drinking water disinfection tablets.

Chloramine-T drinking water disinfection tablets

The tablets may directly added to the water to be purified. These give almost no chlorine taste in the water and are much less aggressive to metals than similar products in this specialist market. The small packages are ideal in emergency aid packages for the treatment of drinking water in disaster areas. Ready to use in bottles, buckets, jerry cans, water tanks, etc.

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Operating instructions

The dosage is one tablet per 1 liter of water to be purified. Stir and wait 30 minutes and you have safe drinking water immediately. In heavily polluted water, use two tablets per 1 liter, stir and wait an hour instead of 30 minutes.

These tablets are also available in sizes adjusted to 2, 4 liter, a gallon, or 10, 25 and 100 liters. Intermediate quantities are also possible.

 

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Almost tasteless

Conveniently packaged for emergency aid packages

Less aggressive for metals

Directly applicable