Chronologie

2016

AQUALOOP-TAP development: mobile, electricity-free drinking- water production.

Development AQUALOOP house water source development: potable water from rain water.

AQUALOOP certification: the first grey water recycling system worldwide with CLASS C certification according to ANSI/NSF 350-2014.

after 10' 2015

EcoSUN Sustainable Village (CLIENTFE3-019) Green technologies and solar systems for modern settlements with sustainable water and energy management in rural regions of South Africa.

2015

Expansion of the PURAIN series with the injection molded filter PR-150-S and PR-150-200-S.

SEPAMAT development: a series of category 5 water separators according to DIN EN 1717 drinking- water regulation, DVGW certification.

Market introduction of PLURAFIT: the modular filter and chamber kit.

2013 - 2015

CIP Eco-innovation first application and market replication projects Call 2012 AQUALOOP, modular installation kit for water treatment, grey water recycling and heat recovery, EU Project as project coordinator, BS 8525-2:2011 certification.

2014

AQUALOOP certification according to British Standard BS 8525 2: 2011.

2012

AQUALOOP development:, the water treatment and grey water recycling kit.

2011

Market launch of the RAINMASTER Favorit-SC: speed controlled, modular and additive pump unit with potable water connection for large properties, DVGW certification.

2009

RAINMASTER Eco development: the most economic rainwater unit in the world.

2008

Research project with RWTH Aachen University on a greywater recycling process.

2004

Development of the DRAINMAX-Tunnel for infiltration and attenuation of rainwater (Dibt accreditation since 2012).

2001

PURAIN development, a patented filter for rainwater harvesting with high efficiency and minimum of maintenance.

1998

Development of a complete system for rainwater uses for residential and commercial applications.

1997

Development of the first RAINMASTER unit for rainwater harvesting.

1993

Company founded by Dipl. Ing. Oliver Ringelstein.

Aachen

Water, we are in our element - you probably already know this. But our location of Aachen also has a very special relationship with water.

The name Aachen probably originates from the Old Germanic word “Ahha”, which means “water” and can be recognized even today in “Oche”, the name of the city in a local dialect. Even the Dutch equivalent "Aken" points to the special significance of water. In Italian and Spanish our city is named as "Aquisgrana" and "Aquisgran" respectively.


The reason for this is the Latin name for the Roman settlement "Aquae Grani" – “Water of Grannus”. The hot springs containing sulfur were the main reason for the Romans, and later for emperor Charlemagne, to develop Aachen as colony and palace.

Im Italienischen und Spanischen wird unsere Stadt "Aquisgrana" bzw. "Aquisgran" genannt.

Grundlage dafür ist die lateinische Bezeichnung für die römische Siedlung "Aquae Grani" - "Wasser des Grannus". Der keltische Gott Grannus wurde vor allem in Heilbädern verehrt. Die heißen, schwefelhaltigen Quellen waren für die Römer und später für Kaiser Karl den Großen der Grund, Aachen als Siedlung und Pfalz auszubauen.

Im Italienischen und Spanischen wird unsere Stadt "Aquisgrana" bzw. "Aquisgran" genannt.

Grundlage dafür ist die lateinische Bezeichnung für die römische Siedlung "Aquae Grani" - "Wasser des Grannus". Der keltische Gott Grannus wurde vor allem in Heilbädern verehrt. Die heißen, schwefelhaltigen Quellen waren für die Römer und später für Kaiser Karl den Großen der Grund, Aachen als Siedlung und Pfalz auszubauen.

The possibility to save drinking water has enhanced strongly the last years.

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A rainwater filter cleaning itself by the principle of the hydraulic jump.

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The DRAINMAX tunnel infiltration system: The only plastic trench with flushable  ground.

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The optimized water pump station for rainwater and greywater utilization in every planned construction.

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