AQUAPAX Australia has been providing mine sites nationwide with easy accessible micro filtered drinking water. The company’s innovative and cost-effective method of supplying bulk, micro-filtered drinking water makes Aquapax a sought-after commodity within the industry. Currently several major mining based companies are using Aquapax Units.
The 1000 litre, bulk drinking water transportable unit was developed by the company’s sole director Martin Anton, following years of collaborative laboratory testing, research and development. It comprises a uniquely designed inner-liner, triple layer barrier bag, housed by an outer cardboard box. The liner ensures the quality natural spring water is given maximum protection from all potential external environmental contaminants; ensuring the water will not prematurely spoil or taint. This world-first bag is different to other bags on the market as, until now, none have been completely successful in preserving the life and taste of water for longer periods of time.
The Aquapax Units are ideal for the mining, industrial or construction sites in regional and remote areas or communities where access to transportable, safe, quality drinking water is limited or non-existent. The units have a lifespan of two years, and construction of the unit makes it tamper evident to ensure quality and peace of mind.
The Aquapax Unit provides a one-way, transportable, bulk drinking water pack that is pallet-mounted for ease of transport on commercial trucks, rail freight, containers and even a small private utility vehicle. Aquapax Units can be used over longer periods of time and all packaging is recyclable once emptied.
The Aquapax 1000 litre unit was the inaugural winner of the Tropical Innovation People’s Choice Award in 2010.