Calgon Carbon Corp.: SENTINEL Chevron Ultraviolet Reactor Delivers Commitment to Water Quality

April 8, 2010

Product demonstrates company’s focus on drinking water disinfection and taste and odor oxidation market

Calgon Carbon Corp.’s 48-in. SENTINEL Chevron ultraviolet (UV) reactor, is a validated, compact vessel with a lay length of 72 in., which can be configured with two to eighteen lamps to handle flows of 3 to 50-plus mgd, depending on water quality and treatment objectives. Manufactured in the U.S., the SENTINEL Chevron demonstrates Calgon Carbon’s ongoing focus on the growing drinking water disinfection and taste and odor oxidation market.

Calgon Carbon’s SENTINEL line provides municipal drinking water disinfection along with organic contaminant destruction in drinking water. Calgon Carbon also supplies a diverse range of services that will assure the treatment system will operate at its maximum efficiency and without interruptions. These include preventative maintenance and inspection services, replacement parts supply, on-site repair services, laboratory water testing, PLC programming including system integration services, remote system monitoring, complete system diagnostic and optimization and technical briefing and on-site training of operators, among other benefits.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency identified UV disinfection as a low-cost compliance technology to meet LT2 Enhanced Surface Water Treatment guidelines for the control of Cryptosporidium and Giardia.

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Calgon Carbon Corp.

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