Advanced UV application center opened in China

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ERLANGER, KY, Aug. 29, 2014 -- Ultraviolet (UV) treatment specialist Hanovia and the industrial division of its U.S. sister company Aquionics have launched a new UV Application Center in Shanghai, China. Aquionics provides industrial UV technology to the Americas region, with Hanovia focusing on the rest of the globe.

The project serves as a research and development (R&D) center of excellence for research into the science of UV for new and emerging applications worldwide and will directly support existing and future requirements in Aquionics' traditional markets for food & beverage, pharmaceutical and high purity water.

Working in collaboration with leading universities from around the world, such as Imperial College in the United Kingdom and Karlsruhe Institute of Technology in Germany, as well as some of the leading global brands in the pharmaceutical, food and beverage industry, the center is already enhancing the understanding of UV efficiency in the control and destruction of inorganic compounds.

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About Aquionics

Based in Erlanger, Ky., and with a national distribution network, Aquionics specializes in UV technology for water and wastewater disinfection, dechlorination and deozonation. Working with the biggest names in food, beverage, electronics, pharmaceutical, aquaculture, pools and leisure, the company has gained valuable insights into its customers’ requirements and specialized applications. This enables Aquionics to offer not only the most technologically advanced UV systems, but a complete product portfolio for all markets. Aquionics is a Halma company. For more information, visit www.aquionics.com.

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