Case Study

Microbiological Contamination Disinfection At Coca-Cola, Philippines


In 2013, a Coca-Cola plant in the Philippines faced a major setback when it had to shut down operations for several weeks due to microbiological contamination caused by Pseudomonas aeruginosa in the water used in the production process. This contamination posed a significant risk to consumer health and safety.

To address this issue, the plant sought the expertise of Atlantium Technologies and decided to install the Atlantium RZ163-11 HOD UV system. This decision proved to be a game-changer for the plant, as it effectively inactivated the pathogens responsible for the contamination. The installation process was swift, with the system being set up within four days in February 2014.

The Atlantium RZ163-11 HOD UV system utilizes a unique combination of ultraviolet water disinfection technology with hydraulic and optic principles. It features Total Internal Reflection (TIR) technology, which plays a crucial role in recycling UV light energy and achieving unparalleled micro-organism inactivation. This technology ensures that the water produced is safe and free from harmful pathogens.


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