Siemens Water Technologies expands its range of disinfection products and solutions through acquisition.

Through its recent acquisition of Sunlight Systems, Siemens has made a valuable addition to its product portfolio for disinfection and ultra-pure water solutions.

Sunlight supplies a variety of water purification applications for disinfection, TOC (Total Organic Carbon) reduction and for the elimination of ozone and chlorine in water.

"With the Sunlight product lines, we are meeting the growing demand for UV disinfection products for water purification and wastewater applications in industry and local communities", said Roger Radke, CEO of the Water Technologies Division, which is part of the Siemens Industrial Solutions and Services Group (I&S).

Sunlight supplies open-channel horizontal & vertical UV disinfection equipment for the municipal wastewater market, along with chambered systems for the municipal drinking & wastewater and industrial markets.

Siemens plans to further grow its UV product line by investing in product development for municipal and commercial drinking water, water reuse and other applications, and leveraging the Siemens global organization.

The acquisition will also help support other Siemens businesses in the development of proprietary technologies in the growing field of advanced oxidation processes (AOPs).

For UV disinfection enquiries in the UK, please email or telephone 01732 771777.

Siemens Water Technologies delivers cost-effective, reliable water and wastewater treatment systems and services to municipal, industrial, commercial and institutional customers worldwide.

Siemens was established in the United Kingdom 164 years ago. The company employs 20,314 people in the UK, including about 6,500 in the manufacturing sector. Last year's revenues were £3.5 billion, including exports of £580 million, and it spent almost £75 million on research and development.

As a leading global engineering company, Siemens provides innovative solutions to help tackle the world's major challenges, including the shortage of natural resources, increasing environmental care and a growing demand for healthcare, mobility and security.

For further information please email Siemens Water Technologies (Wallace & Tiernan Products)

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