Aquionics Wins 2013 IUVA Product Innovation Award

Erlanger, Ky. (October 16, 2013) – Aquionics was presented with the 2013 International Ultraviolet Association (IUVA) Product Innovation Award for its PearlAqua UV-C LED water disinfection device. According to the IUVA, the biennial award recognizes an exemplary product or process involving UV applications.

Aquionics was awarded the 2013 IUVA Product Innovation Award for the PearlAqua.

Aquionics was awarded the 2013 IUVA Product Innovation Award for the PearlAqua.

Each nominated product or process is reviewed for innovation in design and engineering, and its impact on society. Judges consist of a committee of industry experts representing academia, regulators, manufacturers, users and design consultants.

Introduced in 2012, the PearlAqua is the world’s first water disinfection system to use UV-C LED lamps. This highly efficient technology allows instant full intensity on start-up and mercury-free water treatment with a fraction of the energy usage of conventional UV systems. The compact system can operate as a standalone unit or be easily integrated into OEM devices, ultrapure water generators, process water loops, medical sterilization equipment and many other point-of-use applications.

The PearlAqua is part of the new UV-LED Pearl product range from Aquionics.

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Aquionics’ New UV-LED Technology Featured on Local News

Erlanger, Ky. (October 1, 2013) – A recent article by local news station WCPO Cincinnati features the technological advancements made by UV disinfection specialist Aquionics.

The U.S. EPA has identified the pathogen, Adenovirus, as a contaminant of high concern in ground water sources and wastewater discharges. Research has shown that UV light of the correct wavelength can be very effective at eliminating this pathogen. Aquionics’ recent advancements in environmentally friendly UV-LED disinfection technology make this form of treatment more efficient than ever before.

The full article as well as video interview can be found here:

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