So, here are the stats on the SunSpring. We've installed two of these in northern Thailand and two in Tacloban, Philippines in 2013. In 2014, we installed one in Jalisco State, Mexico, and another one in Guatemala. In 2015, we'll be in Haiti, Mexico, Guatemala and El Salvador. The cost from the manufacturer is $20,000 each. Then we have to ship it, set it up, train, establish a water utility group within the village. We bring along high school students to join in these soulful journeys, where they meet the villagers suffering from their water burden. Boiling won't do, decade-old sand filtration is too slow and won't get the complete pollution under control. That's where the SunSpring comes to the rescue, with GE Ultrafiltration Membrane technology.

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Technical Specifications
 
Maximum Peak Flow Rate (LPM/GPM) Up to 17/4
Min/Max Water Temperature (Cº/Fº) >0/32/ <38/100
Approximate Flush Volume (litres/USgal) 45/12
Total System Efficiency >95%
System Voltage (VDC) 24 VDC
Maximum Suction Lift, Std Pump <8'
Maximum Lift, Submersible Pump <200'
Maximum System Pressure 55 psi
 
Standard Equipment
 
Additional Equipment for this installation
 
  • 1 GE Ultrafiltration Membrane Module
  • 2 Solar Modules
  • 4.5 gpm pump
  • Pre-filter
  • Raw and Finished water plumbing
  • 24'' Diameter Aluminum Diamond Plate enclosure
  • Installation & training manual
  • Maintenance kit
  • Tool kit
  • Automatic Backwash and Solar Controller
  • Spigots for filling large containers
  • Reverse Osmosis units
  • 5000 individual aluminum water bottles

2 units with total capacity of
10,000 gallons per day = 10,000
people served for 10 years.