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Safe 2 Eau Concept

Patent Pending” EP21187120

The Safe2Eau technology brings together 3 different water treatments to thoroughly tackle microorganisms such as Legionella, Pseudomonas, E. coli, etc. with synergistic efficiency.

The combination of several techniques leads to a sustainable result with numerous advantages:

  • Total approach against e.g. Legionella
  • Safe for users and staff
  • Durable and low maintenance
  • Remote monitoring
  • Minimal consumption costs
  • Rinsing of taps can be limited to a minimum
  • Biofilm disappears permanently
  • Protected against incoming contaminated water


MOL®LIK Catalyst

lik katalysator
  • activates the water
  • lowers surface tension
  • loosens biofilm
  • reduces limescale


  • stops the influx of microorganisms
  • stops contamination > 0.02 micrometres
  • fully purifies drinking water


  • free chlorine from salt electrolysis
  • kills microorganisms
  • recognized disinfection technology
  • safe and environmentally friendly
  • durable

MOL®LIK Catalyst

After the water meter, the MOL®LIK catalyst is placed that activates the water. The formation of biofilm and deposits on membranes, resins, pipe walls and other surfaces is thus prevented. The maintenance of the technical installation of the building is thus greatly reduced.


The activated water is then filtered over an ultrafine (0.02 µm) membrane. Due to the inside-out principle, the membranes are very reliable and durable. The installation is monitored remotely via an Internet connection.

Contaminants, suspended solids, incoming microorganisms, macromolecules, colloids and proteins that can feed biofilm are stopped at the source and flushed away with the wastewater.

The ‘backwash’ is done at water pressure with water from an expansion tank. Therefore, no additional pump (energy) is required and water is always available to the users. By keeping away the nutrients for Legionella and the biofilm, the latter will find it difficult to grow. They will be starved, as it were.



Finally, to the cleaned and activated water, a low concentration of free chlorine is added. After its injection, a buffer tank is placed which ensures a homogeneous distribution of the free chlorine and sufficient contact time with the water. The installation is monitored remotely. The preceding techniques allow high-efficiency disinfection with minimal dosage. With this technique, approved by the Minister of Health, the finest organic elements that can migrate through the ultrafine membrane are oxidized by freshly prepared free chlorine from salt electrolysis. There is therefore no need to use chemicals. It also efficiently removes microorganisms and loosened biofilm in the pipeline network.