Klaran Introduces New 60mW UVC LED and Reactor Prototype for Water Disinfection

Klaran, a product line of Asahi Kasei’s subsidiary Crystal IS, announced the addition of a new 60mW UVC LED to its water disinfection (WD) series. In an advanced prototype reactor, the 60mW LED has demonstrated effective and affordable water treatment at flow rates up to three liters per minute, with disinfection rates comparable to NSF/ANSI 55 Class “A.”

Klaran’s current WD series LEDs and water treatment reactors are used to treat point of use water at flow rates up to two liters per minute and at disinfection rates comparable with NSF/ANSI Class “B.”

The new reactor, which is expected to be ready for the market in early 2020, incorporates a user-replaceable LED “engine” to address both the different market performance requirements and alternate business revenue models of the commercial water industry.


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“The introduction of our new 60mW LED marks another milestone in proving that UVC LEDs can affordably deliver the performance needs of the commercial and consumer point-of-use markets,” said Eoin Connolly, VP for Klaran.

Klaran’s expanding portfolio of products enable manufacturers and distributors of point-of-use water products to reduce their current total cost of ownership by addressing maintenance issues, such as annual replacement and unplanned service, related to traditional UVC technologies.

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