Since 1963 Atlantic Ultraviolet Corporation has engineered and manufactured, ultraviolet water purification equipment, ultraviolet air sanitizing and surface disinfection systems, and uv germicidal lamps for residential and commercial applications.
The method of ultraviolet germicidal light being used in purification and disinfection of water, air and surface is a unique and rapid method, without the use of heat or chemicals.The germicidal ultraviolet lamps utilized produce short wave radiation lethal to bacteria, virus and other microorganisms. Throughout the years ultraviolet technology has become well established as a method of choice for its effectiveness, economy, safety, speed, ease of use, and because the process is free of by-products.
Atlantic Ultraviolet Corporation is committed to producing the finest quality product lines which utilize ultraviolet germicidal light, and all its benefits for purification, disinfection and sanitizing of water, liquid and air. We pride ourselves in providing outstanding customer service. Our staff of ultraviolet application specialists and engineers with their vast knowledge and years of experience will assist you in choosing the right equipment for your application.
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