LG Sound is a leading international manufacturer of ultrasonic algae control units founded in the Netherlands since 1999.
LG Sound is an established developer of the LG Sonic technology to safely control algae, cyanobacteria and bioﬁlm. Our objective has always been to reduce or eliminate harmful chemicals in our environment. Therefore we have developed a chemical free technology that controls algae and biofilm without disturbing the natural balance within water ecosystems.
In the course of the last decade, over 10.000 LG Sonic products have been successfully installed in different applications such as natural water surfaces and industrial water that suffered from algae or biofilm problems. With a team of multidisciplinary experts, LG Sound manages to keep at the edge of the market by holding worldwide approved certificates, patents and know-how for the algae control ultrasonic technology under the trademark LG Sonic®.
Offering a long-term environmentally friendly and efficient ultrasonic algae control solution, we have rapidly improved our competitiveness and today we are proudly holding the leading position on the worldwide market. The LG Sound team has the expertise to offer project based assistance, customized products and services to a wide array of clients.
Research and Development
For research and development, certified biologists and water experts of LG Sound work intensively together with their technical specialists and market experts. In addition, it cooperates closely with the best universities to ensure an ultimate access to all the relevant techniques and expertise. Some of the universities and research institutes with whom LG Sound cooperates are:
- University of Portsmouth (UK)
- University of Catania (Italy)
- Universität für Bodenkultur Wien (Austria)
- University of Amsterdam – VU (Amsterdam)
- University of Ljubljana (Slovenia)
- IMGW Institute (Poland)
- HCMR Institute (Greece)
Through a team of specialist in the field of biology, ecology and water treatment, LG Sound possesses unique expertise focused on improving existing solutions and developing new techniques. We believe in constantly expanding our knowledge on water quality and ultrasonic techniques. With a great understanding of all biological and chemical processes in watery ecosystems, LG Sound aims to keep on innovating their product to meet their customer’s needs. Besides that, it offers biological, chemical and water quality support to all of their customers before and after sales.
By constantly innovating our product range and investing in new developments we aim to keep high quality standards so we can always meet our clients expectations. In order to reach these goals, LG Sound has a strong focus on research and innovation, where lies the basis for their three product lines, that are regularly being updated to the latest state-of-the-art. Through cooperation in several national and EU funded research projects, LG Sound has innovated and developed the unique and patented MPC-Buoy. This technology uses a combination of water quality monitoring and precise ultrasonic programs to selectively control harmful algae blooms. Through this development, a new market was created to which at present no product is available.
With over 10 years of experience as an international producer of ultrasonic algae and biofilm control products, LG Sound has grown to become an international company with sales in 52 different countries and a worldwide distributor network.
We believe quality and expertise is the foundation of all our activities and our entire production and distribution process is built around this. This allows us to offer extended guarantees and to always comply with the highest quality standards.
LG Sound believes in running the company in an efficient and professional manner, improving the supply flow and adding value to their partners and distributors.
UL Standard for safety for Class 2 Power Unit,
UL 1310 Fifth Edition, Dated May 3, 2005 revisions through September 30, 2010 &
CSA Standard for Power Supplies with Extra-Low-Voltage Class 2 Output, CAN/CSA-C22.2 No.223-M91,Second edition, updated September 2009
NSF/ANSI Standard 61
NSF/ANSI Standard 61 – Drinking Water System Components was published in 1988 to establish minimum requirements for the control of potential adverse human health effects from products that contact drinking water.
NSF/ANSI Standard 61 includes criteria for testing and evaluating products to ensure they do not leach contaminants into the water that would be a health concern. These contaminants include those regulated by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) and Health Canada, as well as any other non-regulated compounds that may be of concern.
On the contrary of our competitors, all products from the LG Sonic line can be provided NSF/ANSI Standard 61 compliant.