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15 July 2016

UV-C LED water disinfection system first to receive NSF lead-free certification

UV-C LED disinfection system manufacturer AquiSense Technologies LLC of Erlanger, KY, USA has received certification from the Water Quality Association (WQA) for its PearlAqua water disinfection system.

WQA is an independent public health organization that tests and certifies a wide range of plumbing and drinking water treatment products. Specifically, the PearlAqua meets the stringent requirements of NSF/ANSI 372 (an accreditation for providing lead-free water) and NSF/ANSI 61 (which certifies the PearlAqua for safe drinking water).

PearlAqua was the first-to-market UV-C LED water disinfection system, it is claimed, and is the first UV-C LED system to receive NSF/ANSI certification, confirming that it provides clean water without the use of lead (which has contaminated water in a number of communities around the world). "This is a significant step in our overall commercialization strategy," says CEO Oliver Lawal. "It further validates that switching over to semiconductor-based technology is viable in providing equal or safer water quality," he adds.

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