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Atlantium’s Hydro-Optic™ UV AOP Technology
Atlantium’s Hydro-Optic™ UV AOP Technology

Atlantium offers a novel advanced oxidation process (AOP) based on its Hydro-Optic™ (HOD) UV technology that uses proprietary medium pressure (MP) lamps and provides polychromatic UV light (200–410nm). The HOD UV technology offers improved efficiency for organic reduction with superior monitoring capabilities over other AOP technologies to assure compliance.

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Aquacultureaquaculture
Hydro-Optic™ UV AOP Technology Effectively Removes 1,4-Dioxane
Hydro-Optic™ UV AOP Technology Effectively Removes 1,4-Dioxane

Atlantium offers a novel AOP process based on its Hydro-Optic™ (HOD) UV technology that uses proprietary medium pressure (MP) lamps that provide polychromatic UV light (200–410nm). The HOD UV technology offers improved efficiency for organic reduction with superior monitoring capabilities over other AOP technologies to assure compliance.

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Aquacultureaquaculture
NDMA Removal with Hydro-Optic™ UV AOP Technology
NDMA Removal with Hydro-Optic™ UV AOP Technology

Atlantium offers a novel UV-photolysis advanced oxidation process (AOP) based on its Hydro-Optic™ (HOD) UV technology, providing improved efficiency for organic reduction with superior monitoring capabilities over other AOP technologies to assure compliance.

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Aquacultureaquaculture
Peres Center for Peace and Innovation Features Atlantium in Its 2021 Exhibit
Peres Center for Peace and Innovation Features Atlantium in Its 2021 Exhibit

Atlantium Technologies, a leader in UV treatment solutions, has been selected as one of the featured 2021 exhibitors at the Peres Center for Peace and Innovation.

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Water Biosecurity and Safety
Water Biosecurity and Safety

Atlantium’s Hydro-Optic™ (HOD) UV technology ensures microbiologically safe water that safeguards land-based aquaculture facilities from threats to fish production in both make-up and RAS applications.

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Aquacultureaquaculture
Atlantium’s Hydro-Optic™ UV Solution for RAS
Atlantium’s Hydro-Optic™ UV Solution for RAS

Atlantium Technologies specializes in custom-made water biosecurity solutions against a wide range of aquatic microorganisms.

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Aquaculture, Newsaquaculture news
Looking Back on 2020 and Ahead to 2021
Looking Back on 2020 and Ahead to 2021

Traditionally when a year comes to an end, we pause to acknowledge and celebrate our accomplishments and successes. While 2020 has been a year unlike any other, filled with challenges and changes, still, much has been accomplished thanks to our dedicated team around the world.

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Aquaculture, Newsaquaculture news
Hydro-Optic™ UV — Proven Biofouling Control of Aquatic Invasive Species
Hydro-Optic™ UV — Proven Biofouling Control of Aquatic Invasive Species

For more than a decade Atlantium Technologies has been applying its environmentally sustainable Hydro-Optic™ (HOD) ultraviolet (UV) disinfection technology to help hydroelectric facilities prevent biofouling from invasive mussel species and their profound operational effects.

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Hydropower, Municipal, Powerhydropower municipal power
Chennai, India, Drinking Water Plant Implements a Multi-Barrier Treatment Solution Using Hydro-Optic™ UV Disinfection Technology to Treat Surface Water
Chennai, India, Drinking Water Plant Implements a Multi-Barrier Treatment Solution Using Hydro-Optic™ UV Disinfection Technology to Treat Surface Water

A 1.5-million-liters-per-day (MLD) drinking water plant in Chennai, India, operated by Chennai Metropolitan Water Supply and Sewerage Board (CMWSSB), implemented a multi-barrier non-chemical treatment process using Atlantium’s Hydro-Optic™ (HOD) ultraviolet (UV) technology to effectively treat high algae loads in its lake water source.

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General Industry, Municipalgeneral-industry municipal
Redefining Purified Water by RO Technology and Advanced Oxidation Process for the Removal of Contaminants of Emerging Concern
Redefining Purified Water by RO Technology and Advanced Oxidation Process for the Removal of Contaminants of Emerging Concern

This article aims to show that a proper multi-barrier process based on double-pass reverse osmosis (DPRO) and Advanced Oxidation Process (AOP) can deliver the highest level of quality for bottled water, ensuring the removal of contaminants of emerging concern (CEC).

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Bottled Water, General Industrybottled-water general-industry
Atlantium’s Purestream™ UV-Based BWMS Successfully Completes All Testing for IMO and USCG Type Approval
Atlantium’s Purestream™ UV-Based BWMS Successfully Completes All Testing for IMO and USCG Type Approval

Atlantium Marine, a subsidiary of Atlantium Technologies, announces that it has successfully completed all testing for IMO and USCG type approval for its proprietary UV-based ballast water management system (BWMS), Purestream™ under the independent laboratory of Lloyds Register, and testing facility of NIVA and FORCE.

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Ballast, Newsballast news
Replacing Thermal Pasteurization with Hydro-Optic™ UV Delivers Low Operating and Maintenance Costs for the Dairy Industry
Replacing Thermal Pasteurization with Hydro-Optic™ UV Delivers Low Operating and Maintenance Costs for the Dairy Industry

Ultraviolet (UV) light has become a popular treatment for disinfection and pasteurization of process water in dairy plants because it is economical, environmentally friendly, and proven alternative to conventional chemical and thermal processes for inactivating microorganisms.

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Case Study, Dairycase-study dairy
Complete Biosecurity for Pharmaceutical Water Production (PW/WFI) Incorporates the Innovative Hydro-Optic™ UV Technology
Complete Biosecurity for Pharmaceutical Water Production (PW/WFI) Incorporates the Innovative Hydro-Optic™ UV Technology

Biopuremax, a company with more than 20 years of experience in the design, installation, validation, and operation of high-quality pharmaceutical water systems, has developed the next-generation of a pharmaceutical reverse osmosis (RO) pretreatment water system.

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Biopharma, Newsbiopharma news
Leading Global Producer of Wipes Installs Hydro-Optic™ UV to  Protect Product Water Loop
Leading Global Producer of Wipes Installs Hydro-Optic™ UV to Protect Product Water Loop

At the beginning of 2020, one of the world’s leading producers of wipes turned to Atlantium’s medium-pressure, high-intensity Hydro-Optic™ (HOD) UV system to protect its product water loop from microbial contamination.

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General Industry, Newsgeneral-industry news
Evaluation of Long-Term Membrane Performance with Continuous Use of Hydro-Optic™ UV Dechlorination at Plant Bowen
Evaluation of Long-Term Membrane Performance with Continuous Use of Hydro-Optic™ UV Dechlorination at Plant Bowen

Plant Bowen, a 3,160 megawatt coal-fired power station, in Cartersville, Georgia evaluated and installed a non-chemical dechlorination process, the Hydro-Optic™ (HOD) UV water treatment technology, to improve the overall quality of reverse osmosis (RO) feed water. After three years of operation, the RO membranes are operating at the same level as new elements. In 2019 this application was recognized for its technical excellence and received an Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) Generation Technology Transfer Award.

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Case Study, Municipal, Powercase-study municipal power
North American Baseload Power Station Installs Hydro-Optic™ UV System to Meet Boiler Make Up Water Dechlorination Needs
North American Baseload Power Station Installs Hydro-Optic™ UV System to Meet Boiler Make Up Water Dechlorination Needs

With the installation of the Hydro-Optic™ (HOD) UV system, which will ensure an undetectable free available chlorine (FAC) outlet concentration below 0.02 ppm, a North American baseload generation facility will achieve effective non-chemical, dechlorination treatment of its boiler make up water to protect its ion exchange (IX) demineralization process. The facility will benefit from the HOD UV system’s ability to reduce organic load, which will lead to fewer regeneration cycles of the IX resin and extend media life, while offering better absorbance.

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Case Study, Municipal, Powercase-study municipal power
Coal-Fired Electric Generation Facility Achieves Non-chemical Disinfection of Boiler Feed Water Using Hydro-Optic™ UV
Coal-Fired Electric Generation Facility Achieves Non-chemical Disinfection of Boiler Feed Water Using Hydro-Optic™ UV

At a coal-fired electric generation facility with a nameplate capacity of 604 megawatts, high purity feed water for the boiler and steam cycle is provided through a treatment scheme composed of multi-media filtration, micron filters, reverse osmosis (RO) filtration and mixed-bed resin treatment. In 2015 they decided to eliminate the use of biocides and achieve non-chemical disinfection through the use of a proprietary Hydro-Optic™ ultraviolet (HOD UV) technology.

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Municipal, Powermunicipal power
Bielefeld, Germany Installs Hydro-Optic™ UV System for Cooling Tower Water Disinfection
Bielefeld, Germany Installs Hydro-Optic™ UV System for Cooling Tower Water Disinfection

The City of Bielefeld, Germany provides municipal utilities including electricity, natural gas, district heating, and water needs for a population of approximately 330,000. Historically the municipality has used chlorine dioxide to manage Legionella and algae blooms in their cooling water; unfortunately, a sustainable genetic content of less than 100 cfu has not been consistently maintained especially in autumn and winter when cooling tower swaths pull through the factory internal road.

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Municipal, Powermunicipal power
Bureau of Reclamation Installs Hydro-Optic™ UV System for Mussel Control at Parker Dam
Bureau of Reclamation Installs Hydro-Optic™ UV System for Mussel Control at Parker Dam

Following the spread of quagga mussels to Lake Mead, Reclamation began a feasibility study in 2007 to identify control options that could protect their facilities (Hoover, Davis, and Parker Dams) while having little to no environmental or ecological impact. Following the evaluation of various chemical and non-chemical control methodologies, the Hydro-Optic™ (HOD) UV treatment system was selected as the preferred treatment to supplement operational and mechanical activities already in place at Parker Dam.

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Hydropower, Municipal, Powerhydropower municipal power
Bureau of Reclamation Installs Hydro-Optic™ UV System for Mussel Control at Hoover Dam
Bureau of Reclamation Installs Hydro-Optic™ UV System for Mussel Control at Hoover Dam

Hoover Dam is a hydroelectric facility with a nameplate capacity of approximately 2,080 megawatts that is managed by the Bureau of Reclamation (Reclamation) Lower Colorado Dam Office. Following the evaluation of various chemical and non-chemical control methodologies, the Hydro-Optic™ (HOD) UV treatment system was selected as the preferred treatment to supplement operational and mechanical activities already in place at Hoover Dam.

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Case Study, Hydropower, Municipal, Powercase-study hydropower municipal power
Bureau of Reclamation Installs Hydro-Optic™ UV System for Mussel Control at Davis Dam
Bureau of Reclamation Installs Hydro-Optic™ UV System for Mussel Control at Davis Dam

Following the spread of quagga mussels to Lake Mead, Reclamation began a feasibility study in 2007 to identify control options that could protect their facilities (Hoover, Davis, and Parker Dams) while having little to no environmental or ecological impact. Following the evaluation of various chemical and non-chemical control methodologies, the Hydro-Optic™ (HOD) UV treatment system was selected as the preferred treatment to supplement operational and mechanical activities already in place at Davis Dam.

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Case Study, Hydropower, Municipal, Powercase-study hydropower municipal power
US Army Corp of Engineers Installs Hydro-Optic™ UV System for Aquatic Invasive Species Control at Gavins Point Dam
US Army Corp of Engineers Installs Hydro-Optic™ UV System for Aquatic Invasive Species Control at Gavins Point Dam

Following the invasion of Asian clams and then quagga mussels to the Missouri River supply and Lewis and Clark Lake, COE inquired about control options to protect their facilities while having little to no environmental or ecological impact. The Hydro-Optic™ (HOD) UV treatment system was selected for non-chemical control of aquatic invasive species.

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Case Study, Hydropower, Municipal, Powercase-study hydropower municipal power
Salt River Project Mormon Flat Dam Installs Hydro-Optic™ UV System for Mussel Control
Salt River Project Mormon Flat Dam Installs Hydro-Optic™ UV System for Mussel Control

Following the spread of quagga mussels in the Colorado River SRP began monitoring their facilities as early as 2008 to identify control options that could protect their facilities while having little to no environmental or ecological impact. Following the evaluation of various chemical and non-chemical control methodologies, the Hydro-Optic™ (HOD) UV treatment system was selected as the preferred treatment to supplement operational and mechanical activities already in place at the Mormon Flat Dam.

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Case Study, Hydropower, Municipal, Powercase-study hydropower municipal power
Ontario Power Generation DeCew II Generating Station Installs Hydro-Optic™ UV System to Mitigate Invasive Mussels
Ontario Power Generation DeCew II Generating Station Installs Hydro-Optic™ UV System to Mitigate Invasive Mussels

Following the spread of zebra mussels to the Great Lakes in 1988, OPG installed chlorination systems in the early 1990s to mitigate their threat. However, new organizational environmental policies resulted in OPG’s evaluation of environmentally friendly methods of controlling invasive mussels that do not expose fish, plants and other aquatic life to hazardous chemicals. Additionally, OPG wanted to reduce the hazards of chemical exposure to its staff.

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Case Study, Hydropower, Municipal, Powercase-study hydropower municipal power
FirstLight Power Resources Installs Hydro-Optic™ UV System for Mussel Control at Stevenson Hydroelectric Station
FirstLight Power Resources Installs Hydro-Optic™ UV System for Mussel Control at Stevenson Hydroelectric Station

Following the invasion of zebra mussels in the Housatonic and Shepaug Rivers and Lake Lillinonah Reservoir, FirstLight inquired about control options to protect their facilities while having little to no environmental or ecological impact. The Hydro-Optic™ (HOD) UV treatment system was selected for non-chemical control of invasive mussels in cooling water circuits in the Housatonic River Project hydroelectric system at the Stevenson.

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Aquaculture, Case Study, Hydropower, Municipalaquaculture case-study hydropower municipal
FirstLight Power Resources Installs Hydro-Optic™ UV System for Mussel Control at Shepaug Hydroelectric Station
FirstLight Power Resources Installs Hydro-Optic™ UV System for Mussel Control at Shepaug Hydroelectric Station

Following the invasion of zebra mussels in the Housatonic and Shepaug Rivers and Lake Lillinonah Reservoir, FirstLight inquired about control options to protect their facilities while having little to no environmental or ecological impact. The Hydro-Optic™ (HOD) UV treatment system was selected for non-chemical control of invasive mussels in cooling water circuits in the Housatonic River Project hydroelectric system at the Shepaug.

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Case Study, Municipalcase-study municipal
Atlantium Marine Purestream Brochure
Atlantium Marine Purestream Brochure

The Purestream™ ballast water management system, developed to meet the IMO D-2 and the USCG Ballast Water Discharge standards, combines Atlantium’s proven UV solution with filtration, enabling the maximum flexibility to ship owners, while assuring compliance with the strictest inspection process by port authorities.

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Atlantium Marine, Ballast, Guideatlantium-marine ballast guide
Atlantium HODUV Corporate Brochure
Atlantium HODUV Corporate Brochure

Atlantium Technologies is committed to the development of environmentally friendly water treatment technologies that contribute to a healthy ecosystem and positively impact public health. We value water and believe through cooperation and teamwork we can protect this precious resource.

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Aquaculture, Ballast, Biopharma, Bottled Water, Breweries, Carbonated Soft Drinks, Dairy, Food & Beverage, General Industry, Guide, Hydropower, Municipal, Poweraquaculture ballast biopharma bottled-water breweries carbonated-soft-drinks dairy food-beverage general-industry guide hydropower municipal power
Atlantium’s Hydro-Optic™ UV Technology Continues to Protect Water Treatment Processes at PepsiCo Domodedovo Plant in Russia
Atlantium’s Hydro-Optic™ UV Technology Continues to Protect Water Treatment Processes at PepsiCo Domodedovo Plant in Russia

Atlantium’s innovative Hydro-Optic™ UV technology continues to improve water treatment processes at PepsiCo bottling plant in Domodedovo, Russia.

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Food & Beverage, Newsfood-beverage news
Agstafa City, Azerbaijan, Addresses Drinking Water Disinfection Needs Using Hydro-Optic™ UV
Agstafa City, Azerbaijan, Addresses Drinking Water Disinfection Needs Using Hydro-Optic™ UV

Atlantium Technologies recently completed a project for Azersu Open Joint Stock Company (OJSC), who is in charge of policy and strategy for the water supply and sanitation services in Azerbaijan. Azersu OJSC engages in design, construction, operation and maintenance of intake structures, reservoirs, pumping stations, water pipelines and sewer collectors. The project addressed drinking water disinfection needs for Agstafa city.

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Case Study, Municipal, Newscase-study municipal news
Aquapolo Tests Hydro-Optic™ UV Technology for Non-chemical Biofouling Control in Water Reuse Facility
Aquapolo Tests Hydro-Optic™ UV Technology for Non-chemical Biofouling Control in Water Reuse Facility

The Aquapolo facility, built on the grounds of the ABC Sewage Treatment Plant (SP WWTP), uses effluent from the sewage treatment plant as their influent. Given the stringent industrial water reuse standard requirements, a multi-process treatment scheme is used by Aquapolo to ensure production of high quality reuse water.

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Case Study, Municipal, Newscase-study municipal news
TPO Magazine: Great Taste, No Chemicals
TPO Magazine: Great Taste, No Chemicals

The Big Sky Water & Sewer District chose UV disinfection to avoid adding chlorine to water that won a national taste competition.

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Municipal, Newsmunicipal news
Lunenburg Water District Improves Water Disinfection with Hydro-Optic™ UV Solution
Lunenburg Water District Improves Water Disinfection with Hydro-Optic™ UV Solution

In 2010, the District acquired an additional well field in close proximity to their existing wells to help them meet the community’s growing water demand. In January 2011, Atlantium’s Hydro-Optic™ (HOD) UV technology was installed as a non-chemical disinfection treatment approach to ensure regulatory compliance for the water treatment plant without imparting any negative effects on treated water.

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Municipal, Newsmunicipal news
Seawater RO Facility in Asia Optimizes Membrane Performance with HOD UV Technology
Seawater RO Facility in Asia Optimizes Membrane Performance with HOD UV Technology

A seawater reverse osmosis (SWRO) facility in Asia with a 100,000 m3 per day drinking water capacity undertook a comparative study to evaluate the disinfection efficacy of the HOD UV technology to provide enhanced protection of the RO elements and positively affect overall RO system and facility performance. Following the installation of the HOD UV technology, the facility experienced significant operational improvements.

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Municipal, Newsmunicipal news
Can We Use Adenovirus Validated Ultraviolet Systems for Inactivation of SARS-CoV-2, The Virus That Causes COVID-19?
Can We Use Adenovirus Validated Ultraviolet Systems for Inactivation of SARS-CoV-2, The Virus That Causes COVID-19?

This paper discusses evidence for SARS-CoV-2 (the virus that causes COVID-19) in water and the possibility of using UV systems for its disinfection, providing information regarding the ability of a UV system validated to a 4-log virus inactivation per the U.S. EPA guidelines with adenovirus to effectively mitigate SARS-CoV-2 in water.

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Case Study, Municipalcase-study municipal
PPChem: Non-Chemical Disinfection & Dechlorination to Protect RO and Demineralizer Treated Boiler Make-up Water
PPChem: Non-Chemical Disinfection & Dechlorination to Protect RO and Demineralizer Treated Boiler Make-up Water

Chlorine and biocides have traditionally been used to mitigate biofouling and manage microbial induced corrosion, and are commonly injected into the feed lines of the water treatment process at power plants to reduce the microbial load. However, when the water treatment process consists of reverse osmosis (RO) trains, it is important to make sure the membranes are protected from oxidation by chlorine. Therefore, dechlorination is undertaken to remove free chlorine compounds from the feedwater in order for the RO trains and other chlorine-sensitive equipment to operate properly.

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News, Powernews power
A Clean Sweep for Invasive Mussel Biofouling
A Clean Sweep for Invasive Mussel Biofouling

The rapid proliferation of dreissena rostriformis bugensis—the quagga mussel—has major implications for power plant reliability. The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation installed a groundbreaking solution at Parker Dam in Arizona that virtually eliminated the invasive species from hydropower cooling systems.

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News, Powernews power
Power Engineering: Hydro-Optic™ UV Technology for Boiler Feed Water Dechlorination
Power Engineering: Hydro-Optic™ UV Technology for Boiler Feed Water Dechlorination

Coal-fired steam generation power applications typically use reverse osmosis technology to provide high purity feed water for the boiler and steam cycle. As an oxidizer in aqueous solutions, free chlorine generating solutions are commonly injected into the feed lines of the water treatment process at power plants to reduce the microbial load. However, RO membrane elements are easily damaged by strong oxidants and membrane performance warranty terms…

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News, Powernews power
Trimble County Generating Station Installs Hydro-Optic™ UV for Non-Chemical Disinfection of Boiler Feed Make-up Water
Trimble County Generating Station Installs Hydro-Optic™ UV for Non-Chemical Disinfection of Boiler Feed Make-up Water

Trimble County Generating Station, a Louisville Gas and Electric Company (LG&E) and Kentucky Utilities Company (KU) facility located near Bedford, Ky., has installed the Hydro-Optic™ (HOD) UV treatment system as a non-chemical disinfection method to replace the use of chemical disinfectants and protect boiler feed make-up water from anaerobic and aerobic bacterial growth and associated biofouling.

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News, Powernews power
North American Baseload Power Station Installs Hydro-Optic™ UV System to Meet Boiler Make Up Water Dechlorination Needs
North American Baseload Power Station Installs Hydro-Optic™ UV System to Meet Boiler Make Up Water Dechlorination Needs

With the installation of the Hydro-Optic™ (HOD) UV system, which will ensure an undetectable free available chlorine (FAC) outlet concentration below 0.02 ppm, a North American baseload generation facility will achieve effective non-chemical, dechlorination treatment of its boiler make up water to protect its ion exchange (IX) demineralization process

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News, Powernews power
Power Plant in Pinghu, China Installs HOD UV for Non-Chemical Disinfection of Boiler Feed Make-Up Water
Power Plant in Pinghu, China Installs HOD UV for Non-Chemical Disinfection of Boiler Feed Make-Up Water

A power plant in Pinghu, located within the Zhejiang Province, China, installed the HOD UV treatment system to replace the use of chemical biocides and protect boiler feed make-up water from anaerobic and aerobic bacterial growth and associated biofouling. The facility has achieved non-chemical boiler-feed make-up water disinfection using the HOD UV technology.

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News, Powernews power
EPRI 2019 Generation Technology Transfer Award Presented to Plant Bowen
EPRI 2019 Generation Technology Transfer Award Presented to Plant Bowen

Aaron Nickles, System Owner, Southern Company – Plant Bowen, and Tracy Underwood, Lab Team Leader, Southern Company – Bowen Georgia Power Company received the 2019 Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) Generation Technology Transfer Award for Plant Bowen’s boiler feed water dechlorination using Atlantium’s HOD UV.

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News, Powernews power
Invasive Mussels Controlled with Environmentally Friendly Technology
Invasive Mussels Controlled with Environmentally Friendly Technology

The Ontario Power Generation (OPG) DeCew II hydropower plant is part of Niagara Operations in St. Catharines, Ontario. In an effort to evaluate innovative, environmentally friendly and cost-effective methods of controlling invasive zebra mussels, OPG installed and commissioned the Hydro-Optic™ (HOD) ultraviolet (UV) system in May 2017.

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Hydropowerhydropower
How Reclamation is Dealing with Biofouling at Lower Colorado River Dams
How Reclamation is Dealing with Biofouling at Lower Colorado River Dams

Biofouling from invasive mussel species and their operational effects on the hydroelectric industry are profound. The U.S. Department of Interior’s Bureau of Reclamation discusses its actions to minimize this type of biofouling and methods it applies at affected Reclamation facilities.

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Hydropower, Newshydropower news
The Bureau of Reclamation’s S&T Program Project of the Year
The Bureau of Reclamation’s S&T Program Project of the Year

In April 2019, the Bureau of Reclamation’s Science and Technology Program selected the research project, “Control of biofouling in hydropower cooling systems using hydro-optic ultraviolet light,” as Project of the Year.

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Hydropower, Newshydropower news
Atlantium’s Hydro-Optic™ UV Protects Hoover Dam Against Invasive Mussels
Atlantium’s Hydro-Optic™ UV Protects Hoover Dam Against Invasive Mussels

The first of 17 Hydro-Optic™ (HOD) UV units from Atlantium has been commissioned at the Hoover Dam, a hydroelectric facility with a nameplate capacity of approximately 2,080 megawatts that is managed by the Bureau of Reclamation (Reclamation) Lower Colorado Dam Office.

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Hydropowerhydropower
Ontario Power Generation Profile
Ontario Power Generation Profile

The Ontario Power Generation (OPG) DeCew II Generating Station, a hydroelectric generating station with a nameplate capacity of 144 MW, undertook an evaluation of innovative environmentally friendly and cost-effective methods to control invasive mussels without the use of hazardous chemicals.

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Case Study, Hydropowercase-study hydropower
Hydro Review: Experiences with Using HOD UV Technology to Control Mussel Fouling
Hydro Review: Experiences with Using HOD UV Technology to Control Mussel Fouling

The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation (Reclamation) Lower Colorado Region began a series of feasibility studies in 2007 to assess risk from mussel fouling, outline best low-ecological-impact management practices for coping with invasion, and identify control options for raw water systems to prevent invasion and infestation.

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Atlantium Market Insight Hospitals
Atlantium Market Insight Hospitals

Atlantium’s HOD UV technology provides hospitals with water biosecurity and enhanced efficiency for their cooling tower, hot water, potable water, and wastewater treatment systems without the use of chemicals.

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