Both units can purify water and offer reliable power, telecommunications and situational awareness but the PEAK™ unit offers more power, has longer battery life capabilities resulting in larger quantities of purified water.
The PEAK™ unit must be placed on a solid, level surface. This may be directly on the ground or on a concrete pad, depending on your site conditions. Ideally, the deployment location is no more than 50’ from the water source. The water source should be tested to ensure sufficient flow and to identify the contaminants present.
2.1 kW crystalline solar array (12 panels)
Lithium Ion 18 kWh bank (total) subdivided into 3 battery boxes. Data logger shows state of charge (SOC), hours of battery charge remaining, and battery bank status diagnostics, all comes standard.
You are capable to charge cell phones, laptops, medical devices etc.
Battery life is a function of several factors: How often the batteries are discharged (less is better); the depth of the discharge (shallow is better than deep discharges); the ambient temperature the batteries operate in; and the number of years in service. The battery manufacturer provides a one year warranty regardless of where the unit is located. Battery packs will need to be replaced on the average of every five years.
The unit is warranted for one year (365 days) from date of shipment for defects in manufacturing or components. Once the unit leaves the WorldWater loading dock, any damage that might be incurred during transportation is the responsibility of the purchaser. The unit is packed securely.
Pass-through warranties from some of the component manufacturers are: Batteries are warranted for one year. Charge controller, inverter/charger, and system controller are warranted for two years. The solar panels have a 25 year design life.
No. All necessary items are included, either installed on the unit or provided by WorldWater & Solar Technologies, Inc..
In addition, the unit is tested at the factory as a total system with the batteries, pumps and electronics, completely assembled. The only onsite assembly is plugging the extension cord from the submersible pump into proper receptacle on the unit and attaching the hoses.
Typically within 30 minutes after positioning the PEAK™ unit near the water source, the unit is operational.
Laptop computer (2),2.4/5.5 GHz base (1), 900 MHz base (1), BGAN satellite terminal (1),900 MHz amplifier (1), smartphone handsets (20), remote site battery pack and 20A charger (2), 32’ antenna and mast (2).
Periodic cleaning of solar panels to remove dust and debris will continue efficient capabilities. For long periods of storage, running the system, turning the generator on along with communications will help lifespan of components.
The PEAK™ unit is comprised of a structural aluminum container with vibration-dampened internal chassis to protect sensitive electronics and equipment. This product has a long lasting history with the military, they are dependable and durable. The solar panels, the water purification system, batteries and generator are rugged and weatherproof.
PEAK™ units should not be used for water operations in sub freezing temperatures.
If the unit is to be stored in below freezing environments the entire water system must be drained and dried. Operation at latitudes higher than 40º will result in less than optimum collection of solar irradiation.
Yes, the 2.0 kW multi-fuel (diesel, JP-8) kW generator does come standard.
PEAK™ is comprised of water purification system, telecommunications package and crystalline solar array panels. The 2 kW generator, the lithium ion 18 kWh battery bank or the 2.1 kW solar array are capable of running the system individually. The 2 kW generator does need diesel fuel.
There are many factors relating to the process of purifying water, time of day or location for example. The PEAK™ unit on average, source water purification from: fresh/light brackish up to 83 gph; standard seawater (34,000 PPM) up to 62 gph; heavy salt water (50,000 PPM) up to 41 gph. Data logger indicates water quality, filter maintenance, hours of operation and optimizes throughput flow
No. When the unit is first positioned, it should be placed so the solar array is facing south when north of the equator, and facing north when south of the equator. Once set, the array needs no further adjustment.
4880 lbs. (2196 kg)
WorldWater & Solar Technologies is capable of replacing a damaged component. Simply call our office for assistance.
JMIC Intermodal Container: 43.75 inches long x 52 inches wide x 43.25 inches high (1.1m x 1.3m x 1.1m)
Area for deployment of solar array, water purification system communications and containers is 400 square feet.