Step1: Purification and sterilization
By pumping raw water from the Zamzam well through two giant pumps with a capacity of (360) cubic meters per hour, which withdraws Zamzam water from the well and pumps it to the King Abdullah Project for the Development of Zamzam Water, which in turn stores water and performs sterilization works, then sends Zamzam water to the Zamzam reservoir station. And to King Abdulaziz Sabeel station.
The stage of pumping the water withdrawn from the two pumps Blessed water is pumped through raw water transmission lines, which are approximately 4 kilometers long and are made of stainless steel. Along the lines there are air and washing rooms and control rooms connected by means of control.
Step 2: Store water from a well
This is in tanks with a capacity of (5000) cubic meters, and it is divided into two parts and built of reinforced concrete.
Step 3: Water purification stage
After the water storage process, it is transferred to the purification plant, Zamzam water is filtered, and water is produced with a high degree of purity and sterilization through an integrated system of filters.
Step 4: Transport of water
The produced water is then transferred to the two reservoirs of Kuday with a capacity of (10,000) m3 and the King Abdul Aziz Sabil. Masjid Al Haram is supplied with Zamzam water from the Kudi reservoir. Zamzam tanks for Masjid Al Nabawi are filled from the King Abdul Aziz Sabil. Pumping is also done to the production plant, where 5-liter Zamzam water bottles are produced.
Step 5: Distribution points
The produced water is transmitted from the Kuday tank after being re-purified by ultraviolet radiation through stainless pipes (stainless steel) to the Zamzam water cooling stations around Masjid Al Haram, where it is pumped to the filling points of the containers and the Zamzam water drinkers in the Masjid Al Haram.