IndianMark provides The NEERURAVA healthy drinking solar water project is exclusively designed for TRIBAL people who lives in ATTAPADI village, SHOLAIYUR PANCHAYAT.
These project are executed by the main contribution of M/s. Cochin shipyard india pvt ltd through CSR fund.
The Main plant is located in AGALI, near Bhavani river side.
The natural resource water is becoming a more valuable commodity due to droughts and overuse. It is very clearly found that water is been shortage for many years in attapadi village and nearby tribal areas which cause the major damage for the livings of the people. People doesn’t have the basic knowledge and awareness of drinking water and they started using the river water which was the major cause for disease, kidney failures and non cleanliness. Many efforts towards the procurement of good water for drinking have been made enough through for the sustainable water supply.
The ideology of generating pure water supply system, assistance, engineering design for procuring water consistently for a long upcoming period. Now here the water distribution is accessed by the RFID Tag by using solar water ATM.
Cold Water Line Valve: Valve that fits onto the cold water supply line. The valve has a tube that attaches to the inlet side of the RO pre filter. This is the water source for the RO system.
Pre-Filter(s): Water from the cold water supply line enters the Reverse Osmosis Pre Filter first. There may be more than one pre-filter used in a Reverse Osmosis system, the most common being sediment and carbon filters. These pre-filters are used to PROTECT the RO membranes by removing sand silt, dirt, and other sediment that could clog the system. Additionally, carbon filters may be used to remove chlorine, which can damage the RO membranes.
Reverse Osmosis Membrane: The Reverse Osmosis Membrane is the heart of the system. The semipermeable RO membrane is designed to remove a wide variety of both aesthetic and health-related contaminants. After passing through the membrane, the water goes into a pressurized storage tank where treated water is stored.
filter(s): After the water leaves the RO storage tank, but before going to the RO faucet, the treated water goes through a final “post filter”. The post filter is usually a carbon filter. Any remaining tastes or odors are removed from the product water by post filtration “polishing” filter.
Automatic Shut Off Valve (SOV): To conserve water, the RO system has an automatic shut off valve. When the storage tank is full, the automatic shut off valve closes to stop any more water from entering the membrane and blocks flow to the drain. Once water is drawn from the RO faucet, the pressure in the tank drops; the shut off valve then opens to send the drinking water through the membrane while the contaminated wastewater is diverted down the drain.
Check Valve: A check valve is located in the outlet end of the RO membrane housing. The check valve prevents the backward flow of treated water from the RO storage tank. A backward flow could rupture the RO membrane.
Flow Restrictor: Water flowing through the RO membrane is regulated by a flow restrictor. There are many different styles of flow controls, but their common purpose is to maintain the flow rate required to obtain the highest quality drinking water (based on the gallon capacity of the membrane). The flow restrictor also helps maintain pressure on the inlet side of the membrane. Without the additional pressure from the flow control, very little drinking water would be produced because all the incoming water would take the path of least resistance and simply flow down the drain line. The flow control is most often located in the RO drain line tubing.
Storage Tank: The standard RO storage tank holds from 2 - 4 gallons of water. A bladder inside the tank keeps water pressurized in the tank when it is full. The typical under counter Reverse Osmosis tank is 12 inches in diameter and 15 inches tall.
Faucet: The RO unit uses its own faucet, which is usually installed on the kitchen sink. Some areas have plumbing regulations requiring an air gap faucet, but non-air gap models are more common
An important precise control system is used to prevent the solar atm water wastage, as it can be used only for the drinking purpose. No external power source is available in the tribal areas and only solar power helps out on dispensing the drinking water. Aspects of connectivity of roads, mobile network, accountability of the beneficial is analysed clearly before installing the ATM node. A specialized CLOUD server for NERURAVA water ATM project is developed for centralized beneficiary data management, water usage Reports, water purity management and for the regular maintenance RFID card is issued to the beneficiary family based on their usage. The RFID Reader and Tag consists the data of certain personal details. Once the RFID reader receives the data of the Tag, it indicates the allocation of water and dispersement to the beneficiary on the screen. The water is distributed to the solar ATM from the main tanks by transporting the vehicles based on the ALERT management system..
The Neerurava healthy drinking solar water project is exclusively designed for Tribal people who lives in Attapadi village, Sholaiyur Panchayat.
This solution is fuelled by Solar Energy subsequently having an efficiency to operate the machine without impressing any further damage to the environment and contribution to an eco-friendly society.
A Water ATM Project treats 5000 Liters of water on an hourly basis which enough to sustain an entire community. Features: Flexible and Programmable User-friendly and Panted interface Wi-Fi connectivity Bluetooth connectivity Controllable with Android Devices Smart Alphanumeric Screen Remote Monitoring with RS 485 Port
A centralized database (sometimes abbreviated CDB) is a database that is located, stored, and maintained in a single location. Features: A centralized cloud server works with a RFID with any ATM Intelligence algorithm avoids human interference Highly secured data service
All our water ATM are cloud-connected, thus enabling live monitoring of the water quality as well as trivial attributes like temperature, pH, TDS.This Water ATM retains 90-95% of the water treated which is right around half in excess of a normal RO treatment plant that wastes 40% of the water being treats through it in the process
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Cochin Shipyard Ltd
SHOLAYUR GRAMA PANCHAYATH