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RESIDENTIAL REAL ESTATE

Save up to 45% on tap water and 45% on wastewater
with clean, clear, safe and disinfected Hydraloop water

With a Hydraloop, you can recycle up to 95% of your shower and bath water, as well as water from washing machines, and air-conditioning units in your own home. This enables you to reuse up to 85% of the total in-house water. The treated and disinfected Hydraloop water is suitable for toilet flushing, washing machines, garden irrigation and topping up swimming pools.

Hydraloop offers different smart home solutions for homes and apartments: Hydraloop H300 and H600

HYDRALOOP H300

Volume: 300 liters | 80 gallons 

Cleaning capacity: 530 liters | 140 gallons per day

Input: Greywater from shower, bath, air-conditioning, and washing machine

Output: Two valves for recycled water to the toilets and the washing machine

H300

Color: Stone

Front plate: Stainless steel front plate with white logo and small status light

H300 Premium

Choose from three colors: Stone, Chili and Dew

Front plate: Premium stainless steel front plate with Hydraloop LED logo lights

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HYDRALOOP H600

Volume: 600 liters | 160 gallons

Cleaning capacity: 1000 liters | 260 gallons per day

Input: Greywater from shower, bath, air-conditioning, and washing machine

Output: Two valves for recycled water to the toilets and the washing machine

H600

Color: Stone

Front plate: Stainless steel front plate with white logo and small status light

H600 Premium

Choose from three colors: Stone, Chili and Dew

Front plate: Premium stainless steel front plate with Hydraloop LED logo lights

 

ADD-ONS

 

Output Garden

One extra valve for recycled water in the garden

Output Pool
One extra valve for recycled water for the pool

Washing Machine Water Recycle Option
Option to recycle 50% of washing machine water

(temporarily not available)

 

See how Hydraloop is used in Residential Estate

USE CASES

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Andrea Volongo and Anne-Claire Josse live in an apartment on the 4th floor of a block of flats in Luxembourg with their 2 sons and daughter. The family completed the renovation of their two bathrooms in 2020. Read more

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David Mertens and his 2 children moved into their new built home in Grimbergen, Belgium in 2019. Combining recycled water and rainwater, they use only 13 liters of water per person per day. Read more

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Theo de Jong and Marike Kauer live in Leeuwarden, the Netherlands with their 4 sons. They moved into their newly built eco-house in July 2018. Read more