Trial and error methods are often used when developing products. Thomas Edison, with 1,093 patents, more than any other inventor, took many products and ideas and made them better. He would merely take a very good product, such as the light bulb, and make it commercially available. The light bulb had already been invented and used in labs, but Edison took the idea and developed it into a cost-effective product that could be sold commercially.
A few savvy tweaks greatly impact product development
How can UV validation follow suit?
The new higher-capacity Pro Series offers the product advances of the existing Pro Series as well as the additional option of third-party proven performance under the U.S. EPA UVDGM 2006 validation protocol. Perfect for light-commercial installations as well as regulated and nonregulated drinking water applications.
The disinfection ability of a UV system depends on proper lamp maintenance
Disinfection alternative on the rise in surface water plants