Ultrasonic algae control technologies shown during IFAT 2016


Source: LG Sonic

Zoetermeer -- LG Sonic is going to exhibit during the IFAT to show its environmentally-friendly technologies to control and monitor algal blooms using ultrasound in lakes, reservoirs and cooling towers. LG Sonic’s, latest innovation, the MPC-Buoy, a solar-powered system that combines continuous online water quality monitoring, web-based software, and ultrasonic technology to effectively control harmful algal blooms in large water surfaces, such as lakes and drinking water reservoirs will be displayed in Hall A3.305/404 (Joint Stand Netherlands). IFAT 2016 takes place in Munich, Germany from 30 May to 3 June, 2016.

Aquatech Innovation Award Winner 2015

During the Aquatech Amsterdam 2015, LG Sonic received the Aquatech Innovation Award 2015 in the category water supply/water treatment for the development and commercialization of the MPC-Buoy. The jury rewarded the MPC-Buoy for being a complete algae control solution; “We believe it will have an impact on the market because it is a fully integrated product and can work completely independently”. At this moment, the MPC-Buoy is installed in lakes and water reservoirs in, among other countries, Azerbaijan, the United States of America, Canada, Colombia, the United Kingdom, Malaysia, and Poland. LG Sonic is looking for distributors and end-users in Europe to further expand its market.

Ultrasonic Algae Control at the world’s leading trade show on environmental technology

IFAT is the world’s leading trade show on environmental technology, including innovations and services in water, sewage, waste and raw materials management. The previous edition in 2014 attracted 3,081 exhibitors from 59 countries and 135,000 visitors from 170 countries.

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