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US Crystal IS introduces 60mW UVC LED for water disinfection
According to foreign media reports, a few days ago, Crystal IS (a company that produces UVC LEDs in Japan's Asahi Kasei) announced that it has added a 60mW UVC LED to its Klaran product line.
According to the company, in an advanced prototype reactor, the 60mW LED demonstrates efficient and economical water treatment with flow rates up to 3 liters per minute and a disinfection rate comparable to NSF / ANSI 55 Class 'A'. The existing water-disinfecting LED and water treatment reactors in the Klaran range are used to treat water points (PoU) at flow rates up to 2 liters per minute with a disinfection rate comparable to NSF / ANSI Class 'B'.
The new reactor is expected to be launched in early 2020, and users can replace LED "engines" to meet different market performance requirements and business revenue models for the commercial water industry. According to Eoin Connolly, vice president of Klaran, "Our new 60mW LEDs demonstrate that UVC LEDs can cost-effectively meet the performance needs of the commercial and consumer point-of-use markets."
The company said its portfolio enables manufacturers and distributors of point-of-use products to reduce total cost of ownership by addressing maintenance issues associated with traditional UVC technologies, such as annual replacement and unplanned maintenance. He also said that "unplanned UV lamp failure will soon bring hundreds of dollars to the service provider, which will seriously affect the profit margin." "Our rigorous testing provides a strong guarantee for the reliability and performance of Klaran products. Data evidence."