LG Sonic is going to exhibit during the IWA Brisbane World Water Congress & Exhibition in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. IWA Brisbane World Water Congress & Exhibition 2016 will be attended by water and environmental professionals from over 100 countries. The congress and exhibition will offer new insights in scientific and technological innovations in the water management sector. IWA Brisbane World Water Congress & Exhibition 2016 will take place from October 9 till October 13 2016. LG Sonic’s booth is located in the Netherlands Water Pavilion (510).
Monitor and control algae with ultrasound
LG Sonic will exhibit its environmentally friendly solution to control algae and prevent biofouling in lakes, drinking water reservoirs, cooling basins, and other applications using ultrasound technology. By using specific ultrasonic parameters, LG Sonic products can reduce up to 90% of the existing algae and prevent the growth of new algae. LG Sonic’s biofouling solutions lower algae, biofilm formation and reduce chemical consumption.
Visit LG Sonic’s booth and presentations
LG Sonic’s booth is located in the Netherlands Water Pavilion, 510. During the IWA Brisbane World Water Congress & Exhibition 2016 LG Sonic will give two presentations about monitoring, predicting and controlling toxic cyanobacteria Blooms in lakes and reservoirs.
|Monday 10th||15.30-17.00||Technical session||Monitoring, Predicting and Controlling of Toxic Cyanobacteria Blooms in Lakes and Reservoirs||Room P1|
|Tuesday 11th||11.15-12.00||Business forum||Monitoring, Predicting and Controlling of Toxic Cyanobacteria Blooms in Lakes and Reservoirs||Room 2|
Request an appointment at the IWA Brisbane
Please send us your contact details to schedule an appointment during the IWA Brisbane World Water Congress & Exhibition 2016. You can visit us at booth 510, the Netherlands Water Pavilion.
Official Innovation Partner of American Water
In 2014 LG Sonic and American Water installed four solar-powered algae control devices (MPC-Buoy’s) in a drinking water reservoir at the Canoe Brook Water Treatment Plant in Short Hills, New Jersey. Extensive testing showed that the MPC-Buoy’s had significant impact on the algae. This allowed the plant to reduce the use of chemicals by more than 20 percent, and reducing the concentration of undesirable taste and odor causing compounds in the treated water delivered to customers. LG Sonic is the first European company that succeeded to become a certified innovation partner of American Water.