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According to the Drinking Water Ordinance 2001, the planners and manufacturers of a drinking water supply system in mobile homes such as mobile homes are called upon to plan them in such a way that a high level of supply security and perfect hygienic conditions are guaranteed. “The drinking water supply systems must be planned, installed and also operated in such a way that drinking water is delivered even if several foreseeable extreme conditions occur (e.g. heating of the storage tanks/hoses in summer, vibrations) …” 1 . Due to this special requirement of the “mobile systems”, the NA 119-04-01 AA “Principles for drinking water supply” is the standard set by the Water Management Standards Committee (NAW). DIN 2001-2: Drinking water supply from small systems and non-potable systems – Part 2: Non-potable systems – Guiding principles for requirements for drinking water, planning, construction, operation and maintenance of systems, emerged.
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In addition, we advise builders / manufacturers of world travel vehicles and off-road vehicles and equip them, among other things, with water treatment systems for obtaining drinking water from surface water (lake and river water).
1 Excerpt from DIN 2001-2, 7.4 Requirements for planning, installation and operation
Automatic, self-dosing (drinking) water preservation using silver ions (active ingredient according to DIN EN 15030).
For self-monitoring of the drinking water installation in land vehicles,
for commercially used systems in coaches, camping vehicles, etc.
Fully automatic water disinfection in the flow process using UV-C radiation.