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Visit us at AWWA ACE, booth 1752

Are you going to ACE14 in Boston?

Then visit Aquionics and learn about our groundbreaking UV technology!

ACE14 is the place to be this June, with thousands of water experts descending on the beautiful city of Boston, Mass for the annual conference and exposition. As usual Aquionics will be there with some exciting new UV disinfection technology to show off. The company will be at Booth 1752, along with its Halma sister company Palintest, a specialist in water testing.

This year Aquionics will be demonstrating UV technologies for municipal and industrial water treatment applications. As well as its existing UV range for municipal water and wastewater treatment and reuse, the company will also be talking about its brand new Amaline system. A highly compact, low pressure, high output (LPHO) multi-lamp UV system, Amaline packs a powerful punch despite its small size, with the highest lamp power density of any similar-sized system. Added to that, new patent-pending hydraulics create a rotational liquid flow, ensuring extensive mixing of the fluid and optimal disinfection performance while minimizing head-loss.

Added to that will be the Pearl line of UV-LED disinfection systems – the first of its kind. Visitors can learn about the PearlAqua, PearlSense and UV Connect. The PearlAqua is a mercury-free, low power UV-C LED disinfection unit for low flow applications. The Pearl Sense is a UV-C LED transmittance monitor available in a handheld battery powered model and in-process model for open channel installation or direct placement into a pressurized pipe. Aquionics’ UV Connect is a telemetry system that connects to a user’s control panel, broadcasting critical operating information such as alarms and lamp hours to the user’s smartphone or tablet device.

Palintest will be demonstrating its new water and environmental testing kits aimed at rural communities, in addition to some exciting news related to US EPA approval of sensor technology for chemical testing.