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Water Treatment Demonstration

This water treatment system extracts water from raw sewage mixed with dirty motor oil, gasoline and anti-freeze at a municipal sewage treatment plant. The observers of this demonstration drank the water (including this writer). The plant´s laboratory tested it and verified that all harmful metals, parasites, viruses and bacteria were completely removed and declared this treated sewage water cleaner than municipal drinking water. The average water treatment facilities in America can remove less than 200 contaminants. The treatment systems of this company can remove close to 4000! There is no water/sewage treatment facility in the country that could handle the type of contamination used in the demonstration.

This Model Unit is part of Conquest Technology´s RF – Series of water treatment systems. RF stands for Regenerative Filter, which can be reused indefinitely and can purify 10,000 to 400 million gallons of water per day.

This photo shows water mixed with dirty motor oil, gasoline, antifreeze and raw sewage going through the site glass of the water treatment machine.

This photo shows the clean water after the treatment process, that the observers of this demonstration safely drank. All contaminants were removed in 3 minutes.

A photo of a polluted pond from a catfish farm provided the water for this treatment demonstration.

A Georgia fish farmer is drinking what was parasite and disease filled water; that is now safe and clean.

A sewage treatment facility in North Carolina is the water source for this demonstration where the water was also transformed into pure drinking water.

Four water samples from a treatment demonstration. The dark jar contained raw hog manure water, the next jar used motor oil and water, the next jar first stage treated water from both samples and the last jar, clear clean drinkable water with both contaminants removed.

This is an example of the type of toxic oil that was used in treatment demonstrations by Conquest Global Technology. No water treatment facility in the U.S. has the ability to clean this type of contamination if it got into the their system.

The conclusion of a treatment demonstration at a sewage plant in Georgia. The large container has oil and water and raw sewage, the next container shows first stage treatment results, the last container shows final stage treatment producing pure clean water that observers could not tell in taste or appearance from bottled water.

This water treatment system is designed for efficiency and can be mobile; the one above is the 8ft x 20ft (model RF–100m). In spite of its size this model can purify any non-salty water for 25,000 people a day, without using reverse osmosis which wastes four times as much water as it filters.