Engineered Treatment Systems / ETS-UV is a pioneer in the design and engineering of ultraviolet disinfection systems. We have proven success with a range of compact, closed vessel UV disinfection systems for the treatment of a variety of water and wastewater streams.
ETS-UV is an expert in the application of UV light. By offering both medium and low pressure amalgam lamp technologies, ETS provides cost-effective, tailored solutions for a variety of wastewater applications. Manufacturing experience allows ETS sytems to be designed and manufactured for use within Class 1 and 2 hazardous areas.
Most recently, ETS has attained NSF/ANSI Standard 61 Certification for the ultraviolet drinking water systems. This standard, for example ensures that the UV light does not degrade components used within the products. Plastics degrade under UV light and would be unlikely to attain NSF-61.
From only a few GPM to full-scale water treatment plants treating flows of 30 MGD in a single chamber, ETS can provide effective solutions for any specification or location. All systems are independently, third party validated in accordance with the US EPA guidelines for drinking water, or the NWRI guidelines for reuse water.
The ETS Ultraviolet Disinfection System is perfect for:
- Drinking Water
- Wastewater Treatment
- Food & Beverage
- Pulp & Paper
- Pool Disinfection
Drawing on 25 years of industry experience, ETS is a wholly owned subsidiary of Neptune-Benson.
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