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Berson Showing its World-Leading UV Technology at IFAT Munich

Posted: Thursday 2nd September 2010

Berson UV-techniek will be exhibiting its world-leading UV disinfection technology at IFAT Entsorga 2010 in Munich in September. Berson's UV systems are used worldwide for the non-chemical disinfection of drinking water and wastewater. The company is also leading the field in research into the reuse of both municipal and industrial wastewater. Berson will be located at booth 401 in Hall 3.

IFAT Entsorga is the world's leading trade fair for water, sewage, waste and raw materials management.

Based in the Netherlands, Berson specialises in drinking water and wastewater applications, including reuse. Its range of closed vessel and open channel UV systems are used globally, from the USA to Australia.

The company recently supplied its InLine+ UV systems to the world’s largest backwash water reuse installation at Spannenburg in the Netherlands. It is also involved in advanced oxidation experiments with the City of Cincinnati Waterworks in the USA and the city of Zwolle in the Netherlands.

Berson will be showing its InLine+ range of closed-vessel UV systems and its new OpenLine range of open channel systems at IFAT Entsorga. Capable of treating water and wastewater flows as high as 5000 m3/hour, the InLine+ range has a unique design where the UV lamps are angled at 90o to the water flow. This not only means a more effective distribution of UV light to the passing fluid, it also means a much smaller footprint, allowing easy installation and servicing. The OpenLine range has been designed to treat secondary wastewater flows over a wide range of flows and UV transmittances. Employing a new type of LPHO (low pressure high output) amalgam lamp, the OpenLine offers a neatly packaged solution that is pre-engineered for wastewater applications.

Berson is one of the few non-German UV system suppliers capable of providing a complete range of UV systems with capacities between 10 – 10,000 m3/hour, certified to the newest German DVGW* norm, W294, Part 1, 2 & 3 – the highest standard currently possible in the world. The company’s UV systems are also validated to the UVDGM** and NWRI*** (for reuse applications) in the USA and Canada.

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