Wadis unique patented technology is eco-friendly and chemical-free. It's the ideal solution for today's industrial challenges.

The Wadis Process

Here’s how our technology works. First, infected water is pumped through the electrical discharge (ED) reactor. A pulse generator device continuously charges at low power and discharges intermittent high-power pulses between submerged electrodes within the reactor and into the flowing water. As a result, strong shock wave-high light radiation is created, including UV, high magnetic and electric fields, molecule ionization and polarization, cavitation and very high temperatures at the discharge canal. Finally, treated water emerges.

EPDP (Electrical Pulse Discharge Process) – Sludge Treatment

EPDP creates complete hydrolysis and disinfection via high electrical shock in the sludge:

  • Shortens digestion time
  • Increased bio gas productions
  • Decreases dry sludge evacuation
  • Turns Class B to Class A (optional)

EPDAP (Electrical Pulse Discharge Air Process) – Wastewater Disinfection

EPDAP uses a high voltage electrical pulse discharge combined with air bubble flow to disinfect wastewater for reuse:

  • Not sensitive to wastewater turbidity (as opposed to UV)
  • Achieves high log bacteria reduction
  • Highly effects all types of microorganisms
  • No DBPs (Disinfection By-Products)

EPOP (Electrical Pulse Oxidatin Process) – Micropollutant Reduction and Disinfection

EPOP uses a high voltage electrical pulse, which is discharged with a gas carrier at hundreds to thousands of Hertz, to create plasma, form hydroxyl radicals (OH*) and other strong oxidants:

  • Reduces micropollutants
  • Disinfects treated water
  • No DBPs