REMOVING FLUORIDE FROM WATER
HINDROP is an adsorbent material based on natural zeolites, which are nanotechnology-modified in a process of high-capacity elimination of fluoride ions from water.
Using HINDROP ensures defluoridation of drinking water, thus obtaining a concentration below the maximum limits recommended by sanitary authorities.
Its use only requires the provision of HINDROP as a bed in a vessel, which is sized for the initial fluoride concentration and the amount of water to be treated. The contact of the fluoridated water with the bed causes HINDROP to catch the fluoride, obtaining water suitable for consumption.
Groundwater is about 0.6%
of water available on Earth.
The World Health Organization and most countries in the world advise against water consumption when the concentration exceeds 1.5 mg F/l, although many countries exceed this limit.
Thanks to the use of HINDROP, water for consumption is defluorinated, thus obtaining a concentration below the maximum limits recommended by sanitary authorities.