Introducing The TrojanUVSigna – A Revolutionary Advancement In Wastewater Treatment
Today, at WEFTEC 2010 in New Orleans, Trojan Technologies revealed their most progressive, open channel wastewater UV system to date – the TrojanUVSigna®. The system is specifically designed for large-scale treatment applications, makes conversion to UV treatment easier, reduces total cost of ownership and simplifies maintenance. An interesting holographic display was used to reveal the UV system and its advanced features.
“We’ve been looking forward to this day for quite some time now,” says Marvin DeVries, President, Trojan Technologies. “TrojanUVSigna incorporates advanced and innovative technology, so it’s only fitting that we reveal it in an innovative way. We’re extremely happy to see the excitement and interest surrounding TrojanUVSigna.”
Trojan has incorporated their latest lamp and technology innovations into TrojanUVSigna. These include 1000W TrojanUV Solo Lamp® Technology; the advanced Solo Lamp Driver; staggered, inclined lamp arrangement; ActiClean® chemical/mechanical sleeve cleaning; and a built-in module lifting device.
“The needs of wastewater treatment plants are evolving, and it’s imperative that UV technology does too,” explains DeVries. “In the 1990’s we introduced two flagship products to the wastewater market – the TrojanUV4000Plus® and the TrojanUV3000Plus®. Today, these systems are operating in over 1,500 facilities around the world, treating billions of gallons of water each day. We’ve taken the best features of both of these systems, incorporated the latest TrojanUV innovations, and developed the revolutionary TrojanUVSigna. We truly believe that this system will be the ideal solution for large facilities who want to cost-effectively convert from chlorine to UV treatment.”
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