Tulip | Waterfilters

Our Tulip technologies are developed, produced and distributed according to BWN’s core values: simple, affordable and available.

Tulip Siphon

The Tulip Siphon is a lightweight portable water purifier that is easy to use and store. It purifies 4–5 liters of water per hour. The filter can be used in emergency situations as well as for daily usage. It has a unique backwash function making sure that the filter stays clean and fit for purification and a fast flow rate. The Tulip Siphon lasts up to 7000 liters. After which the candle can be easily replaced.

FEATURES

  • E-coli bacteria removal: >99,99%
  • Protozoa removal: >99,99%
  • Turbidity removal: 99%
  • Flow-rate: 4-5 liters per hour
  • Capacity: 7,000 liters
  • Backwash: yes
  • Price per liter: $0,002-$0,005
  • Applicability: emergencies, households
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TULIP TABLE TOP

The Tulip Table Top is a two bucket water filter and water storage facility in one. The top bucket is filled with raw water, which is filtered through the Tulip candle filter into the lower bucket. The water in the lower bucket is safe for immediate consumption. The water is also safe for storage in the lower bucket for longer periods. The Tulip Table Top lasts up to 7000 liters. After which the candle can be easily replaced.

FEATURES

  • E-coli bacteria removal: >99.99%
  • Protozoa removal: >99,99%
  • Turbidity removal: 99%
  • Flow-rate: 1-3 liters per hour
  • Capacity: 7,000 liters
  • Backwash: no

  • Price per liter: $0,002-$0,005
  • Applicability: household, schools
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TULIP SPARE PARTS

Throughout its network BWN makes sure there are sufficient spare parts available. Whether it concerns spare candles or fast flow hoses, BWN believes that no system is durable without available spare parts. Parts are available via our local agents or distributors, please contact us for more information.

Quality

The Tulip Technologies have been extensively tested both internally by our R&D department as well as externally by several renowned agencies. Amongst those are the Waterlaboratorium Noord, Environmental Monitoring Service and the Malawian Ministry of Water.

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