Delta UV acquired by Evoqua and Neptune Benson

Evoqua Water Technologies Pty Ltd

By Alice Richard
Wednesday, 10 August, 2016


Evoqua Water Technologies has acquired Delta Ultraviolet Corporation (Delta UV), a North American manufacturer of UV-C systems for pool and spa applications.

UV-C is a versatile technology used to disinfect water and destroy harmful microorganisms in other liquids. With UV-C technology it is possible to reliably destroy or inactivate up to 99.99% or more of pathogens within seconds, without addition of chemicals.

Evoqua recently also acquired Neptune Benson. This new acquisition adds Delta’s UV systems to Evoqua and Neptune Benson’s portfolio of UV solutions, including ETS-UV systems and Wallace & Tiernan brand Barrier UV products. This means Evoqua and Neptune Benson can now offer UV solutions for a range of applications, from municipal and industrial to recreational and residential water applications.

“We are pleased to welcome Delta UV to the Neptune Benson and Evoqua family,” said Ken Rodi, president of Evoqua’s Neptune Benson business.

“We’re excited to add another strong UV solution to our offerings, giving our customers more choices when it comes to their water disinfection needs.”

Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.

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