The Pearl line of UV-LED disinfection equipment includes the PearlAqua, PearlSense, PearlAero and UV Connect. The PearlAqua is a mercury-free, low-power unit for low-flow applications. The PearlSense monitor is available in a handheld, battery-powered and in-process model. The PearlAero offers a customizable array of modules for easy integration into existing surface treatment applications. The UV Connect is a telemetry system that broadcasts critical operating information to a smartphone or tablet.
Aquionics recognized for its PearlAqua UV-C LED water disinfection device
Aquionics was presented with the 2013 International Ultraviolet Assn. (IUVA) Product Innovation Award for its PearlAqua UV-C LED water disinfection device. According to IUVA, the biennial award recognizes an exemplary product or process involving UV applications.
Distribution through 3M Purification in the U.S. and 3M in Canada to stop at the end of the year
Wholesalers, distributors and dealers that have purchased UV Pure products and parts from 3M in the U.S. or Canada may now purchase them directly from UV Pure Technologies. Parts will continue to be available to wholesalers from 3M through calendar year 2014, or directly from UV Pure.
With flow rates ranging from 30 to 60 liter per minute, UVDynamics Mini-Rack Systems incorporate up to three filter housings and an ultraviolet disinfection system into one clean-looking, integrated product. An optional floor stand simplifies installation where wall mounting is impractical. UVDynamics Mini-Rack systems speed installation, are easy to service and provide lasting value.
Aquionics’ line of pool and spa disinfection systems receives NSF/ ANSI Standard 50-2012 certification
Aquionics’ UVSwim I line of pool and spa disinfection systems has become the first complete UV system range to achieve the new NSF/ ANSI Standard 50-2012 certification. The certification applies to all seven models of UVSwim I from 100+ to 4500+.
Mini-Rack Systems combine up to three Big Blue-style filter housings and a UV disinfection system into a simple, clean looking, integrated product line. Manufactured from rugged 10-gauge HR commercial-grade steel and finished in a tough powder coat, they use a variation of the company’s standard disinfection chamber and are equipped with bottom-mounted ¼-in. drain plugs for winterization in seasonal applications. Available in flow rates from 6 to 16 gpm and equipped with 10- or 20-in. filter sumps, they speed installation, are easy to service and provide lasting value.
The UV Connect wireless logging device allows pool owners to remotely monitor the performance of UV systems. The logger plugs into any UV system and works with a complementary application to make data available on a smart phone or tablet. The app also is capable of monitoring other process equipment, such as pumps and filters. It provides information on system performance, alarm status, lamp running hours and operating parameters. Push notifications for alarm conditions also are available.
Company’s discoveries and improvements have been awarded numerous U.S. patents
When Atlantic Ultraviolet Corp. was founded in 1963, the use of ultraviolet (UV) light fixtures and equipment to eradicate bacteria, mold and viruses in water and air was in its infancy. This enabled the company to be at the forefront of developing more efficient ways to utilize this technology. One such discovery, which is still available today, was the 1970s design of the Sanitron UV water purifier.
The newest addition to UV Superstore’s growing line of UV products is the Basic Series of residential UV units. The series offers simple and reliable units at an economical price. Two models are available, the BA-10 and the BA-15, with maximum flow rates of 10 and 15 gpm, respectively. These units are designed to mount either horizontally or vertically for maximum flexibility.
Chlorine is and has been the No. 1 disinfectant used by water treatment systems throughout the world for more than 100 years. Currently, a majority of municipal water systems use chlorine to disinfect their drinking water. Recently, though, concerns over chlorine’s limitations have emerged, and research into alternative disinfectants is ongoing.
New disinfection options may provide alternatives to traditional chlorine