Calgon Carbon's UV unit unveils new drinking water disinfection system

Calgon Carbon Corp.'s UV Technologies Division announced at the AWWA's Annual Water Quality Technology Conference and Exposition (WQTC), the launch of the new Sentinel 12 drinking water disinfection system, it's second product introduction in as many months...

SAN ANTONIO, TX, Nov. 15, 2004 (PRNewswire-FirstCall) -- Calgon Carbon Corp.'s UV Technologies Division announced at the AWWA's Annual Water Quality Technology Conference and Exposition (WQTC), the launch of the new Sentinel® 12 drinking water disinfection system.

The ultraviolet (UV) drinking water disinfection system, the latest addition to Calgon Carbon's Sentinel drinking water disinfection product line, is a reliable barrier against Cryptosporidium, Giardia, and other pathogens in small- to medium-sized drinking water treatment plants. Utilizing medium-pressure lamp technology, the new unit was specifically engineered to meet plant operator demands for a cost-effective, robust, and compact advanced UV disinfection system that can be easily installed into new or existing water treatment facilities.

James A. Sullivan, general manager for Calgon Carbon's UV Technologies Division said, "This is the second new product launch from our UV Technologies Division in the past two months and represents Calgon Carbon's continued commitment to the UV disinfection business."

He added, "The launch of the Sentinel 12 now allows Calgon Carbon to ... meet pending EPA regulations for drinking water treatment."

Calgon Carbon Corporation (www.calgoncarbon.com) , based in Pittsburgh, is a global leader in services and solutions for making air and water cleaner and safer. The company employs approximately 1,200 people at 18 operating facilities and 27 sales and service centers worldwide.

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