Remote Area Water

Off-grid containerised water filtering unit

The Gilghi remote water unit uses advance filtering technology and is a breakthrough water solution.

With a range of configurations and a plug and play commissioning process, the Gilghi is a simple solution to a variety of applications.

Gilghi remote water solar

Scalable output. Base unit 28kL per day

Gilghi remote water solar

Multiple power options

Gilghi remote water solar

Delivered complete to site

Gilghi remote water solar

Remote monitoring

Gilghi remote water solar

Filtration, sterilisation, reverse osmosis

Gilghi remote water solar

Australia wide

The Gilghi unit is engineered as a standard or typical unit that allows for reconfiguration and scalability.

Standard Configuration

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Key Features

  • Able to produce potable water to Australian Drinking Water Guidelines (ADWG)
  • Capable of operating completely off grid or with a grid connection
  • Scalable and modular in design, standard unit produces up to 28kL/day
  • Low maintenance and all consumables are easily replaced in the field
  • Factory tested prior to delivery

Power Options

The unit uses a stand-alone hybrid power supply utilising:

  • photovoltaic solar power generation
  • battery storage
  • diesel back-up generator
  • 240V mains power adapter
  • power quality and voltage optimisation inbuilt

Remote Monitoring

The system offers either a 3G/4G or iridium satellite link for remote monitoring and alarming of the power system and water treatment plant diagnostics. Additional ability to log on-ground prestarts/maintenance to the cloud.

Hydrology Design

Recognised leaders in the water sector, Aurecon custom design the treatment system required for each application. Depending on feedwater quality, this may range from basic filtration and sterilisation through to complete reverse osmosis systems.

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Gilghi – installed in the Northern Territory

The Gilghi unit is engineered as a standard or typical unit that allows for reconfiguration and scalability.

The container size, solar array, batteries and power systems generate the required power to output 28,000L per day, including the filtering, sterilisation and reverse osmosis system in the standard unit.

Configurations and scalability however allow for increased energy output, filtration variables and higher permeate water output – up to 250kL per day.

The Gillen Bore water treatment unit is sponsored by the Northern Territory Government through the Department of Local Government, Housing and Community Development.

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