Aquionics Inc.
Celebrating our 30th Anniversary this year, Aquionics continues its success of being a UV water treatment leader. Decades of continuous development has put Aquionics and the Halma UV Group at the forefront of UV science and technology. Working with consultants, cities, municipalities as well as with the biggest names in food, beverage, electronics, pharmaceutical, aquaculture, pools and leisure, we have gained valuable insights into our customers’ requirements and specialized applications. This enables us to offer not only the most technologically advanced UV systems, but a complete product portfolio for municipal, industrial, or leisure water treatment problems. Ultraviolet (UV) treatment works in the same way as strong sunlight to permanently purify water by making biological impurities inactive. Aquionics’ UV disinfection systems use powerful lamps to produce concentrated ultraviolet radiation which destroys micro-organisms. Aquionics products are used to safeguard the environment from harmful chemicals. To prove our commitment to continuous innovation, we have launched a unique mercury-free, LED line of products: Pearl™ (www.uvpearl.com).

Address

1455 Jamike Ave
Erlanger, KY 41018
United States
Toll-free: 800-925-0440
Phone: 859-341-0710
Fax: 859-341-0350

Product Categories

Analytical Instruments, Ultraviolet; Water Analysis Products; Wastewater Treatment Systems; Water Treatment Systems

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