When you want to be sure to drink pure water!

HVR Has Successfully Combined The Advantages Of Efficient Thermal And Membrane Processes To A Very Small Modular Configuration.

Our Products Are Developed For Purifying Water To Drinking Water With > 99% Purification Efficiency With A Nominal Capacity. Some Products Are Suitable For Installation In Private Homes, Multiple Households, Larger Individual Households, Catering Outlets, Or Installations Where Demand Of Water Is Less Than 500 Liters Per Day. Smaller And Larger Capacities Are Of Course Also Possible.



More than half of the fuel used for electricity production ends up as waste heat instead of the desired product. The waste heat generally has a relatively low temperature (60-110⁰C). A WaterApp system can be connected to for example a genset through heat exchanger to recover the waste heat. The recovered waste heat from the genset will be enough to purify salty or other impure water to produce a clean drinking water.


Stand-alone and fitted for turning tap-water into health-water in a one-family kitchen. Completed in several prototypes.
Ready for the market in 2020/21

Elixir table-top prototype
Materials: Stainless steel, polypropylene (PP), and polytetrafluorethylene (PTFE)
Feed water tank: max 4,5L min 2,0L
Tank purified water: 3L (~ 90 min production time)
Power MD: 230 V ~ 50 Hz/1000W
Power Vaporizer: 230 V ~ 50 Hz/1800W
Dimensions: 240x420x500mm
Weight: 12 kg


Equipment for large families, institutions, hotels etc. Turns water from bad wells and lakes and from the ocean into healthy drinking water.
On the market in 2020.

HVR has successfully combined the advantages of efficient thermal processes with membrane distillation to a very small modular configuration. It is developed for purifying water to drinking water with > 99% purification efficiency with a nominal capacity of 20 liters per hour or 500 liters per day.
The product is suitable for installation in multiple households, larger individual households, or installations where demand of drinking water is 20 liters per hour.