Land Applications


The steady development of new solutions and the advancement of our systems are firmly anchored in our company politics. Now, after over 30 years "at sea", DVZ-Systems are also going ashore.

The technologies from our Sewage Treatment Systems for the maritime sector are also finding application in processes on land.

In particular our Jet-Zone-Reactor Technology offers new and economic opportunities in various areas of the Sewage Treatment and -Processing:

  • High flexibility and easy to integrate into existing Sewage Processing Plants and Production Processes
  • Compact and modular construction
  • Use as a mobile disposal unit
  • The Jet-Zone-Reactor can be used for Municipal Sewage
    up to Part Process Streams from the Industry
  • Problematic sewage with varying load peaks
  • Highly loaded process streams
  • Dismantling of toxic sewage ingredients
  • Well suited for Crisis Areas
  • Low operating costs

Water Purification Systems

We do offer not only Land Applications for the treatment of sewage, but also complete Water Purification Systems for Potable Water.

Abstracts of the technical specification of our Water Purification Plant for Potable Water, which can be set without foundation:

Water Purification System"The water purification plant (WPP) is designed as containerized version. The complete WPP is housed in 20 ft containers. All containers dimensions are designed in accordance to ISO Norm 668 (dimension), so that all trailer-chassis can be used for transport. [...]. A special reinforced container bottom will allow to setting the containers direct on a simple planed ground. A bituminized or concrete prepared area for resting the containers is possible but not obligate."

"The WPP concept is consist of a raw-water buffer-tank, a pre treatment for RO-desalination processing, a Reverse Osmosis (RO) for desalination and a post treatment device, for polishing and conditioning the water. Potable water will be stored in a treated water buffertank. The RO-desalination unit works with a permeate rate from approximate 50%, the rest will be send back as reject-waste-water to the waste water storage. The RO-Unit is designed for a peak load of 4,5 mÑ/h and the RO-units will be controlled by a Main-Control-Centre from the actual net-pressure. A Hydrophor-Tank, with two booster pumps, feed the potable-water in the potable-water-net."