infinite water


Our systems are modular and can be custom engineered to meet specific requirements across a range of sectors. Alternatively, customers can choose from a range of packaged plants of fixed capacities to treat and decontaminate water for consumption, re-use or safe discharge.

Sectors we service:

Our technology can be utilised for:

  • Temporary Water Supply
  • Makeshift Communities
  • Remote locations

Infinite Water’s pledge to save the planet one drop at a time is more critical when you consider the fact that 1.2 billion people have no access to safe, clean water around the world.  At times, natural disasters put entire communities and townships at risk due to loss of this precious resource.

Infinite Water’s HYDROXON™ systems can treat many sources of water (surface or groundwater) to economically supply those affected with safe, clean water.

Our systems are modular, require very little energy input and can be transportable if required.

For the supply of drinking water, Infinite Water’s packaged systems:

  • Disinfect water by killing and completely inactivating waterborne pathogens: including bacteria, viruses and other micro-organisms
  • Remove particles: including rust, scale, algae, cysts and fungi
  • Degrade chemicals into non-toxic elements: including household chemicals, hormones, pesticides, herbicides and industrial chemicals
  • Remove heavy metals and metalloids: including lead, arsenic, manganese and iron
  • Keep essential minerals such as calcium and magnesium in the water for optimal health
  • High water efficiency –  95% of input water is converted into drinking water


Infinite Water’s systems are modular and can be custom engineered to meet specific requirements.  

The systems can be skid mounted or containerised.

The modular systems are can also be integrated with conventional water treatment processes such as reverse osmosis to significantly improve efficiency, reliability and reduce costs.


The capacities of the remote systems range between 5000 litres/day to 500,000 litres/day.