SkyJuice RESPONDERTM is a simple and reliable safe water emergency system. The unique lightweight technology is designed for immediate deployment in emergency environments.

RESPONDER is an effective solution for disaster response emergency water and health facilities. It can be operated from groundwater (well or cistern) or surface water (lake or river) supplies. This “passive” membrane has incorporated a hand pump to facilitate the steady production of clean water.

Each RESPONDER unit produces a minimum of 1500 litres or more clean water daily. That is enough water for the essential domestic needs of 50–100 people.

It treats most non-saline surface and ground waters using chemical-free filtration. The patented “passive membrane” technology & hand pump combination means RESPONDER suits community and emergency purposes. It can be used as a freestanding or multi-unit to satisfy short-term and long-term water needs.

RESPONDER is lightweight and portable, easy to store, transport and redeploy. Take it wherever you need to go!


Simple to setup

It is quick and easy to set up and produces clean water immediately. Technical skills or special knowledge are not required to set up, operate or maintain the unit.  Full instructions and mandatory log sheets are included.

Easy to operate and maintain

The filter module is designed and engineered to last for long life with the requirement to follow the simple, manual cleaning process. Regular manual cleans every few hours are part of the maintenance.

Daily mechanical cleaning ensures that contaminants trapped on the internal fibre surface are flushed away. Periodic cleaning using weak chlorine removes accumulated organic matter left behind during the mechanical cleaning.


RESPONDER is engineered as a cost-effective mobile solution. The significant feature is that no regular replacement filters are required. It is a low-cost solution with negligible ongoing costs.


As no power is required (hand pump operation), RESPONDER is a perfect choice for quick and effective deployment for emergencies and remote locations. It is ideal for disaster response in developing countries.