Algae control in raw water reservoirs - Water and Wastewater
Algae control in raw water reservoirs increases the water quality and lowers chemical consumption. Treating algae in drinking water with ultrasound reduces taste and odor problems without harming the ecosystem.
The algae control devices from LG Sonic emit specific ultrasonic parameters in order to control harmful algal blooms in raw water reservoirs.
Cyanobacteria growing in a water reservoir for drinking can produce geosmins, giving the water an “earthy “ taste. The presence of organic material in the water results in THM formation, when the water is treated with chemicals.
LG Sonic products can control the growth of algae without breaking the cell walls and prevents the algae from floating up to the surface, reducing biomass along with the presence of toxins and geosmins.
Effective treatment to control algae
The products are developed in collaboration with several renowned universities and research institutes. The LG Sonic system eliminates up to 90% of the current algae and prevents the growth of new algae.
Safe for the environment
Reduce expensive and environmentally unfriendly chemicals. Safe solution for fish, plants, zooplankton, and insects which has been tested by various universities and research institutes.
Prevent the occurrence of toxic blue-green algae
Toxins from the algae can cause a bad taste and smell to the water and potentially cause diseases.
Reduce chemical dosage
Reduce expensive and environmentally unfriendly chemicals.
Change the ultrasonic program according the water conditions, type of algae, and type application.
Products can be NSF/ANSI Standard 61 certified
Ensure that the products do not release contaminants into the water that could be a health concern.
Can be deployed quickly and easily without the need for a crane. The system is easily accessible for maintenance while deployed.
MPC-Buoy and LG Sonic Monitoring Buoy are modular units that are easy to assemble and install. Because the construction is light, you only need a small boat to drag the device to the center of the lake, where the unit can be installed and moored.