Nuvonic Launches Innovative UV Solutions for Water Treatment

Nuvonic, Berkshire, England, a global UV technology solutions provider, has launched three innovative UV solutions designed to enhance water treatment processes. These UV solutions offer water treatment companies an efficient and cost-effective approach towards remote monitoring and control of UV systems, municipal wastewater treatment, and performance validation of drinking water UV systems.

Nuvonic UV Connect is a cost-effective solution that offers remote access to industrial computers, reducing downtime and site visits. Nuvonic’s OpenLine, provides a low-maintenance and easy-to-operate UV system for municipal wastewater treatment. Finally, the Nuvonic ProLine PQ IL DVGW drinking Water UV solution is validated by the German Technical and Scientific Association for Gas & Water (DVGW).

UV Connect is a remote access device that allows the WEUVCARE team to access the UV system Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) without physically going on-site. The device uses a cloud-based remote-connectivity solution, allowing the UVCARE team to connect remotely using a VNC Viewer Software package. UV Connect offers 24/7 global remote access to reduce downtime and site visits and can be used with any product with Allen Bradley PLCs.

OpenLine is a customizable open-channel system that allows users to expand the system for future needs. The municipal industry primarily uses open-channel UV for wastewater disinfection before discharge. The product has a horizontal design that is used in concrete or steel channels in sewage treatment facilities. The system disinfects municipal effluent for safe reuse or releases to vulnerable environments. OpenLine UV systems provide an economical and efficient solution for treating wastewater effluent, using low-pressure, high-output amalgam lamps, delivering a sustainable design while not compromising quality or performance.

ProLine PQ IL DVGW is a DVGW-validated system. This recognized third party administers bioassay tests to indicate whether the UV system will be accepted for specific operating parameters.

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