Water treatment for hemodialysis

HEMODIALYSIS for
blood purification

Hemodialysis is a purification process used in acute or chronic kidney failure to remove harmful substances from patients' blood. In hemodialysis, up to 25,000 litres of dialysis fluid are used per patient per year. This dialysate consists of over 99 % pure water.

Water treatment therefore plays a central role in hemodialysis treatment. A suitable dialysate preparation system must guarantee maximum safety for the patient, enable reliable operation of the dialysis centre and be economical with resources by minimising water and energy consumption.

 

WATER TREATMENT
AND DISTRIBUTION

Our complete system for dialysis water treatment is designed to meet the highest hygiene requirements and ensure operational safety as well as minimal operating costs.

From pre-treatment to single-pass and double-pass reverse osmosis systems to dead-zone-free loop systems and state-of-the-art single or double dialysis stations – we can supply you with the best possible technology based on our many years of experience in the field of dialysis water treatment.

In order to meet the highest hygiene requirements, we offer systems with thermal disinfection of the complete reverse osmosis unit including the feed tank, the membrane modules, the loop and the dead-zone-free feed hoses for dialysis machines.

 

“We have been working with our reliable partner Herco Medical since 2016; with them we have realised two of our largest and most state-of-the-art dialysis centres in Ilion and Patra. Both are equipped with the latest technologies and thus offer the most widely known and most reliable dialysis treatments currently available. As always, collaborating with Herco was great.”

Serafeim Kyrkos, CEO Ariti S.A. Medical & Pharmaceuticals

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Quality is our number one priority

Any questions? Just get in touch with me.
richard.ernst@hercowater.com
+49 (0) 7141 7095 142

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