Meet the Industrial Line

Prevent biofouling with specific ultrasonic frequencies, waveforms, and amplitudes.

  • Reduce chemical expenses
  • Prevent clogging of filters
  • Local biofouling treatment

Industrial Line

Which option is for you?

Algae control

The Industrial Wet emits specific ultrasonic frequencies to control algae in smaller water surfaces, such as irrigation reservoirs, cooling basins, and other industrial applications.

  • Ultrasonic programs effectively control algae
  • Ultrasonic treatment reduces chemical consumption
  • No use of cavitation for a longer product lifetime

Biofouling prevention

The Industrial Dry uses ultrasound to prevent biofouling and chemical usage in cooling towers, sea chests, heat exchangers, and pipes.

  • Prevent biofouling
  • Reduce chemical expenses
  • Prevent clogging of filters and pumps
  • Installation
  • Maintenance

Fast & easy installation

Both the Industrial Wet and Industrial Dry systems are easy to install and require minimal manpower.

Industrial Wet

Low-maintenance

The rugged design allows for minimal maintenance and few check-ups.

Industrial Dry

Our expertise in numbers

10

k

Installations around the world

50

%

Reduction of operating expenses in the first year

75

%

Reduction of chemicals

Industrial Wet

Industrial Wet

Industrial Dry

Industrial Dry

Industrial Wet

  • Installed: submerged
  • Integrated Aquawiper
  • 200m treatment range
  • Chameleon Technology

Industrial Dry

  • Installed: pipe/dry surfaces
  • 10m/30ft treatment range
  • No use of cavitation
  • Chameleon Technology

Control Box

  • Weatherproof
  • LCD display
  • 12 ultrasonic programs
  • GSM/GPRS control

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American Water
Seven years ago, American Water was the first customer to believe in LG Sonic’s technology. We’re proud of our ongoing, strong partnership.
Anglian Water
Anglian Water reduced up to 95% of algae counts with ultrasonic treatment. The Alton WTW supplies water to 92,214 properties in the Suffolk area, U.K.
Saeta Yield
Saeta Yield is a power generation plant in western Spain. Their raw water pond contained excessive algae, causing pipes, filters, and pumps to clog.
City of Minneapolis
WTDS’ greatest concern was that algae would clog membranes in the filtration plant. LG Sonic became an integral part of the treatment process.
World Waternet
Algae were degrading the water quality in a water source for 1.3 million citizens. The company achieved 50% algae reduction within 2 months.
South West Water
South West Water was one the first utilities in the UK to install the MPC-Buoy in their water treatment process back in 2014.
EPM
With the help of MPC-Buoy technology, EPM could control algal blooms even in extreme environmental conditions caused by “El Niño’’ in 2015-2016.
NIPSCO
Since using the MPC-Buoy, NIPSCO’s TSS levels never exceeded monthly average for compliance. This year, they won the Power Mag Water Award.
CAASD
CAASD’s Valdesia reservoir has a surface of 7km²/1700 acres. After years of algae bloom contamination, the utility achieved 87% chlorophyll a reduction.
Vallecitos Water District
Vallecitos Water District significantly improved TSS, pH, and DO levels. Vallecitos can now provide even higher quality water to their customers.
Three Rivers
A popular public open space with 2 lakes used for water skiing, fishing and sailing was contaminated with algae blooms.
American Crystal Sugar
American Crystal Sugar Company is the first company in the sugar beets industry to start using ultrasound technology to improve water quality.
Auckland Utility
NZ utility needed to reduce blue-green algae in a dam used for water supply. During summer, algae cause damage and increase the process costs.
Dubai Municipality
Dubai Municipality selected MPC-Buoy systems to control algae blooms because it's chemical-free and offers real-time water quality monitoring.
Town of Emmitsburg
The main objective was reducing algae during summer, as well as reducing chemicals costs, decreasing backwashes, and preventing clogged filters.
Town of Superior
Town of Superior was named after the "superior" quality of coal found in the area. The town’s raw water supply delivers water to approximately 12,483 citizens.
Sellafield
To improve water visibility in Sellafield's storage ponds, 4 LG Sonic systems were installed. These systems have 12 ultrasonic programs that control algae.
ClearWater-PMPC
Many lakes in Poland generally suffer from cyanobacterial blooms during summer. The algae issue was mitigated with the help of LG Sonic systems.
Salto Grande
Salto Grande: “In open water systems, LG Sonic raises one of the best responses within the existing technologies, sustainable over time.”

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