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Better water treatment, better water

Alberta Research Council : 27 June, 2006  (Company News)
A new ultraviolet analyzer developed by the Alberta Research Council and being taken to market by Galvanic Applied Sciences Inc. will make water treatment more accurate and respond to the industry's need for quality measurements to improve water quality at reduced costs.
A new ultraviolet analyzer developed by the Alberta Research Council and being taken to market by Galvanic Applied Sciences Inc. will make water treatment more accurate and respond to the industry's need for quality measurements to improve water quality at reduced costs.

Galvanic, a Calgary-based company with sales around the globe, signed a licensing agreement with ARC to manufacture, distribute, sell and service the ultraviolet analyzer. A second agreement to work together to refine and produce more technology-based products signifies the commitment these two organizations have to a long-term relationship.

'ARC creates technology, and Galvanic gets it into the hands of the people who can benefit from it. We're very excited about the potential of the ultraviolet analyzer and our relationship with Galvanic,' says Ted Garver, the lead scientist who developed the ultraviolet analyzer.

Galvanic and ARC have worked together for 2 years to develop the product for market, and the first commercial units have been sold to the City of Calgary for their water treatment facilities at Glenmore and Bearspaw.

'We're targeting this technology to municipalities and industry,' says Gerry Hipple, Galvanic's CEO. 'The ultraviolet analyzer, which is based on ARC's patented technology, makes water treatment more effective in helping municipalities provide safe, clean drinking water.' It is also cost effective for analyzing industrial process water.

The ultraviolet analyzer uses a combination of sampling, measurement stabilizing and referencing technologies to significantly improve the reliability, sensitivity and accuracy that is required for measurement and control of drinking and waste water treatment. This will help plants improve capacity, reduce costs and achieve human health and safety goals.
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