April 21st, 2011

Validated UV Disinfection from Aquionics at ACE11

Erlanger, Kentucky (April 27, 2011) – Leading UV disinfection specialist Aquionics will feature its new, highly efficient ProLine+ and InLine+ UV disinfection systems at ACE11, June 12-16 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center (Washington, D.C.). Both systems will be on display at the company’s booth #323.

 The Aquionics ProLine+ (pictured) and InLine+ validated UV disinfection systems, on display at ACE 11 booth #323.

The Aquionics ProLine+ (pictured) and InLine+ validated UV disinfection systems, on display at ACE 11 booth #323.

The new ProLine+ and the established InLine+ series provide chemical free disinfection for municipal drinking water that fully complies with stringent USEPA and NSF validation guidelines. Water passed through the system is exposed to UV light, which destroys microorganisms’ ability to reproduce. The ProLine+ series uses highly efficient low pressure, high output amalgam lamps to reduce energy costs. The compact, higher output, medium pressure lamps of the InLine+ provide UV disinfection with a small footprint. Both systems feature best in class operational ranges that have been tested and proven to deliver up to a 4-log reduction of viruses. Both series use an integrated dosage display to confirm the unit is generating the appropriate UV output to kill harmful microorganisms. Both series feature simple installation, and virtually maintenance-free operation with an optional automatic quartz sleeve wiping system.

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