AquaMost

  • Photoelectrocatalytic system uses ultraviolet (UV) light in conjunction with TiO2-coated electrodes to generate chlorine and hydroxyl radicals for disinfection
  • Achieves 3-log to 10-log kill of mold, yeast, spores, bacteria, and viruses
  • Recently shifted focus from challenging frac ...

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