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2 Antunes Water Filtration Technologies Introduces to You:

3 The Challenge: Improve the quality and safety of the water used for beverage and ice production while reducing the cost & labor requirements for maintaining the system.  Quality Assurance  Safety Assurance  Cost Assurance

4 The Solution: An automatic self cleaning / self optimizing filtration system utilizing proprietary Ultra-filtration technology, separating the Mechanical Filtration from the Chemical Treatment media.

5 T.A.P. System Total Assurance Package  Separated Mechanical (UFL) and Chemical (Carbon)  Controlled “Cost to Own”  Low Cost Carbon  SMART Controller  Self Cleaning Ultra-Filter True Backwash True Backwash  Critical Reduction of Turbidity, Cyst, Bacteria and Virus TAP-442

6 What’s the deal?  We feed water that has been pre- processed by our ultra-filter (.02 nomial microns) prior to our low cost, large pore, taste and odor (carbon) elements  Our carbon elements never clog…they are clean and free flowing upon replacement …only activity / effectiveness of the carbon elements has changed

7 TAP- 442 vs. Other Carbons  Mechanical Filtration and Chemical Treatment are separated  Lower Cost Carbon Elements  10: 1 Chemical Reduction 5 ppm to 0.5 ppm 5 ppm to 0.5 ppm .02 nominal micron mechanical filtration pore size 33 times tighter 33 times tighter.02 micron = I millionth of an inch.02 micron = I millionth of an inch  5 micron carbon pore size 10 times more open 10 times more open More surface area for chemical reduction More surface area for chemical reduction  Approx. 5 years of Data Storage  Alerts for UF and Carbon Orders and Replacement  Power Saving Features for 18 hours  Mechanical Filtration and Chemical Treatment are not separated  Higher Cost Carbon Elements  2:1 Chemical Reduction 2 ppm to 1 ppm .5 micron mechanical filtration pore size .5 micron carbon pore size  No Data Storage  No Cartridge Replacement Alerts  No Power Outage Features

8 Economics Antunes TAP-442 Systems Carbon Cost $60 USD for 120,000 gallons (455,000 liters) of water usage$60 USD for 120,000 gallons (455,000 liters) of water usage ANY AND ALL QUALITY OF WATERANY AND ALL QUALITY OF WATER $.0005 USD per gallon + water cost$.0005 USD per gallon + water cost Typical disposable filters $150 USD for 30,000 gallons (114,000 liters) of water usage$150 USD for 30,000 gallons (114,000 liters) of water usage Nominal water qualityNominal water quality $.0050 USD per gallon + water cost$.0050 USD per gallon + water cost

9 Expected Savings (based on 60K gallons (227 KL) of challenged water / year) --- $$$ based on USD --- Current Carbon @ 4 changes per year: $660 With TAP system: $30 Your Savings: $630 Payback in about 3 years Current Carbon @ 12 changes per year: $1,980 With TAP system: $30 Your Savings: $1,950 Payback in about 1 year

10 Smart Controller  AJA designed and manufactured automatic Smart Controller  Flushes and Optimizes automatically on pressure differential and flow rate  Detects UFL cartridge installation  Alerts operator when to order and change UFL cartridge and Carbon elements  Communication to store LAN: Can store up to 5 years of Data LED Light determines which % Remaining is displayed on Numeric Display % of Ultrafiltration Remaining: Based on Ver % of Carbon Remaining: Based on Gallons System: LED lit when in System Mode Flush/Enter Button 1: Inlet Solenoid Valve 2: Permeate Solenoid Valve 3: Drain Solenoid Valve In System Mode and Flush Program LED lit when valve closed Numeric Display LED Light determines flushing program Non-Peak Time: Does not flush during peak time When Needed: Flushes when needed even during peak time Use to arrow up and down in System Mode View Button

11 Data Download from Controller *Times based on 24 hour clock VER: Measurement used to Clean the Ultra Filtration Cartridge Date Peak Flow Rate Time* Flow Rate (gallons per minute) Peak Differential Pressure Time* Peak Differential Pressure Peak VER Time* Peak VER Number of Flushes Total Gallons Used 6/30/0610:50:064.821:04:345.2522:25:10 1.23 1536 7/1/064:00:426.84:00:427.7522:53:42 1.21 3593 7/2/064:01:345.24:01:34722:49:38 1.49 3500 7/3/0616:44:504.815:26:38822:19:20 1.87 3518 7/4/0613:59:104.622:11:169.2522:21:10 2.28 3370 7/5/069:39:244.815:40:409.522:17:02 2.23 4394 7/6/0612:31:345.122:13:1812.2515:51:38 2.67 4400 7/7/068:37:524.616:58:4412.250:00:00 3.02 4490 7/8/0610:34:527.310:33:4826.250:00:00 3.78 4501 7/9/068:49:264.94:00:5215.250:00:00 3.48 4488 7/10/0611:49:007 28.250:00:00 4.26 3512 7/11/069:56:064.616:29:5415.50:00:00 3.82 4394 7/12/0612:31:364.40:35:0814.50:00:00 3.77 4372 7/13/0613:45:387.514:11:5040.750:00:00 5.69 7448 7/14/064:02:106.14:02:1020.750:00:00 3.66 3494 7/15/0612:37:224.318:14:2218.50:00:00 4.95 3538

12 Control Data Summary Typical Usage Summary Store Name Flush trigger point VER: System will flush when value hits this point1.3 Running VER: Average VER value4.141.250.480.491.02 Best VER: Value that the cartridge reaches after a flush1.140.580.470.451.02 Carbon Max gallons (New): Factory Setting120000 Carbon Total gallons used470881690412346783720339 Est remaining days of Carbon1725499501331416 Carbon - Days in operation111901099385 % Carbon Remaining61%86%90%93%83% Est. Carbon Life in yrs. Gallons used for Flush 833 225273233213 % Efficiency: Water that is for consumable drinking water 98% 99%98%97%99% % UF Open 95%99% Last Data Download 10/17/0610/30/069/22/0610/30/069/20/06

13 Graph Created from Data


15 TAP Installations Westley, CA Hartford, CT

16 Self Cleaning 1 st Back Flush

17 Self Cleaning Followed by Forward Flush

18 Additional benefits of Cleaning Process…  Not limited to a specific gallon capacity or water quality  Short cleaning cycle at most 60 secondsat most 60 seconds  No chemicals required  Longer life for the cartridge TAP-442

19 Utilizes Listed UFL Product UFL- 420UFL- 440  Standard 53: Health Effects Cyst Reduction Turbidity Reduction  Standard 42 Particulate Reduction

20 Ultra-Filtration  A physical barrier – 0.02 nominal microns pore size means all cysts, bacteria & colloidal(s) are removed and 99+% of viruses.  Environmentally friendly – no chemicals required  Low maintenance – minimal consumables

21 Ultra-Filtration (UF) UF is a physical barrier

22 Physical Barrier against Bacteria & Viruses Bacteria, Viruses and Cysts photographed against the AFT Membrane

23 Ultra filtration is not new. What makes membranes different?

24 The Multi-Bore Membrane: Superior Technology  Low Water Waste: 98% Water Recovery 98% Water Recovery  Consistent High Quality Water Independent of changes in water Independent of changes in water  Consistent Pore Structure: Perfect barrier to microorganisms Perfect barrier to microorganisms  Allows more internal surface area  Eliminates Breakage: Combines single capillaries into one strong fiber Combines single capillaries into one strong fiber  Made of Polyether Sulfone (PES): Highly robust Highly robust Larger Internal Surface Area Consistent Pore Structure

25 How Multi-Bore Filtration Works

26 Higher Quality at Lower Cost  Ultra-Filtration produces a higher quality water for beverages than that produced by a traditional disposable submicron filter.  With our system, typical pre-filtration is not necessary for highly turbid water.  Protects systems down stream because have already removed the large particulates

27 TAP systems provides  A higher quality of water with Virus, Bacteria, Cyst and Chlorine reduction  Lower cost of operation Less costly consumables Less costly consumables  Less required maintenance (Serviceman in the Box)  An environmentally friendly process  High Flow 10 (38 LPM) and 5 GPM (19 LPM) systems TAP-442

28 What Should You Do Next?  Protect your brand Quality AssuranceQuality Assurance  Consider the potential threat of some contaminants getting into your product. Safety AssuranceSafety Assurance  Analyze the savings of using AFT / TAP over your present methods of filtration Cost AssuranceCost Assurance

29 QUESTIONS ? ? ?

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