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Pool Disinfection UV Sensors

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BERLIN, April 12, 2017 — Pool Disinfection UV SensorsSglux GmbH has announced a new generation of certified UV sensors for measuring UV irradiance in UV disinfection systems for recreational water facilities in accordance with NSF/ANSI 50 standards.

To allow an easy integration in existing process control units, sensors can be configured with different output signals such as analog current, voltage signals or a digital signal. Sensors are calibrated applying the microbicidal action spectrum.

To achieve NSF/ANSI 50 compliance, manufacturers of UV pool disinfection systems need a certified UV sensor to measure and control the UVC irradiance. The sensors have achieved the Austrian ÖNORM 5873 certification and are designed per the German DVGW W-294 standard. Both protocols fulfill the requirements as specified by NSF/ANSI 50.
Apr 2017
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