UV-C LED Water Disinfection System First to Receive NSF Lead-free Certification

UV-C LED Water Disinfection System First to Receive NSF Lead-free Certification

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AquiSense Technologies, a leader in UV-C LED disinfection systems, has received certification from the Water Quality Association for its water disinfection system – PearlAqua. WQA is an independent public health organization that tests and certifies a wide range of plumbing and drinking water treatment products. Specifically, the PearlAqua meets the stringent requirements of NSF/ANSI 372, which is accreditation for the scope of providing lead-free water, and NSF/ANSI 61, which certifies the PearlAqua for safe drinking water.

PearlAqua was the first-to-market UV-C LED water disinfection system and continues this trend as it is the first UV-C LED system to receive NSF/ANSI certification. These certifications confirm that PearlAqua provides clean water without the use of lead, which has contaminated water in many communities.

“This is a significant step in our overall commercialization strategy” says Oliver Lawal, AquiSense CEO. “It further validates that switching over to semiconductor-based technology is viable in providing equal or safer water quality. More to come!” 

AquiSense Technologies manufactures UV-C LED systems that are chemical-free, mercury-free and lead-free. AquiSense is proud to be recognized for providing clean water without the use of hazardous materials. 

About AquiSense Technologies
AquiSense Technologies is the global leader in UV-C LED systems design and manufacture. They work with leading LED manufacturers to evaluate their devices and then design efficient disinfection products. Using a combination of patented technology and in-depth know-how, AquiSense integrates LED devices into products that solve real world problems in water, air, and surface applications. For more information, visit www.aquisense.com.


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