ClearWater Promotes Ozone Air, Water Purification Benefits

April 03, 2013

ClearWater Tech highlights a pair of in-home products at WQA Aquatech USA 2013

ClearWater Tech LLC Water Quality Assn. Aquatech Ozone Systems

With Americans focusing more of their time on housing issues and trying to maintain a healthy lifestyle, ClearWater Tech LLC is highlighting two product to help dealers looking to satisfy either of those demands at WQA Aquatech 2013, held April 2 to 5 at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis.

Joining the company's AirWaves whole-home air system on the floor will be the HD03 skid for water applications. Both ozone-based purification products are in high demand, said Cameron Tapp, president of ClearWater Tech.

“We have been looking forward to this show for several months. The economy is becoming stronger and ozone acceptance is at a record level,” Tapp said. “The products we are displaying at WQA Aquatech are very much in line with what the marketplace is looking for right now. We have a wide variety of air and water applications to fit any need or demand. Our takeaway for this show is to help dealers learn more about the benefits of ozone and how it can improve their bottom line.”

AirWaves is a total whole-home solution. This air system eliminates household odor by using ozone and ultraviolet light. Installed in the supply air duct and connected to the heating control system, it uses an automatic flow sensor whenever the heating or air conditioning fan is on. It operates quietly and effectively, is easy to maintain and is supported with a three-year warranty.

The redesigned HD03 skid is being reintroduced at the show to meet market demand and is for high-purity water applications such as bottled water, pharmaceutical and semi-conductor purposes. It now incorporates the new CD30nx, an ozone generator with several key features, including an on-board system information and diagnostics LCD. Available in several languages, this display provides seamless user interface to control and monitor ozone production and system integration.

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ClearWater Tech

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