Water utilities frequently struggle with handling taste and odor complaints in various forms. The frequency and severity of these issues can vary according to such things as climate, source water quality, ineffective treatment , stagnation, and ineffective management of distributed water in general. When troubleshooting these issues, it comes down to two strategies: how . . . → Read More: Taste and Odor in Drinking Water
LuminUltra is excited to announce our new and upcoming webinar series for the month of May. Topics covered will be comprehensive and offer insights into LuminUltra’s 2nd Generation ATP technology, as well as training sessions on our products, industry applications and much more. See our schedule below for our upcoming webinars and sign up for . . . → Read More: Webinars for the Month of May!
As we celebrate 10 years of hard work, committment, perseverance, and innovation we cannot help but think back to when it all began. Our story dates back to 1995 in the small town of Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada when a team of highly skilled engineers set out to develop a revolutionary monitoring tool for microbiological . . . → Read More: The LuminUltra Story – Celebrating 10 Years of Innovation!
Yesterday we announced enhancements to our LuminaseTM reagent – switching it from a pre-mixed liquid form to a stabilized freeze-dried form. In addition, we have also made improvements to our test kits that have reduced the number of steps it takes to perform a test, thereby providing you with faster results while testing out in the field . . . → Read More: Enhancements To 2nd Generation ATP Test Kits!
In celebration of our 10-year anniversary we are excited to announce that we have made several major upgrades to our product line that will help to improve our customer’s experience and satisfaction! Below is our first announcement and stay tuned for additional product updates in the days to come.
Introducing Freeze-Dried LuminaseTM
Traditionally, we have . . . → Read More: Luminase Reagent Now Offered in Freeze-Dried Form!
LuminUltra is excited to announce a newly formed sales partnership with HACH Company (Loveland, Colorado) for the resale of LuminUltra’s rapid and complete microbiological monitoring solutions. HACH is a household name for water and wastewater instrumentation, providing a vast array of products intended to provide accurate, reliable, and easy-to-use equipment. LuminUltra’s 2nd Generation ATP testing . . . → Read More: LuminUltra’s Products Now Available Through HACH Company!
The American Water Works Association recently held its inaugural Biological Water Treatment Symposium to gather experts in the field together to present and discuss recent advances in this emerging field. The concept of biological water treatment is intended to provide primary treatment to source water to remove organic material which could otherwise serve as disinfection . . . → Read More: The Emergence of Biological Filtration for Potable Water Pretreatment, and How ATP Monitoring Can Help
LuminUltra is excited to announce our new and upcoming webinar series. Topics covered will be comprehensive and offer insights into LuminUltra’s 2nd Generation ATP technology, as well as training sessions on our products, industry applications and much more. See our schedule below for our upcoming webinars for the month of April and sign up for free!
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The concept of biological filtration has become a common means to remove organics prior to disinfection to minimize formation of disinfection by-products. However, the tools available to assess biological growth tendencies in biological filters are limited. Heterotrophic Plate Counts and other culture-based methods take days to obtain results, only measure very small portions of . . . → Read More: Water Monitoring Goals: ATP Monitoring in Biologically Active Filters
Join us today, Mar. 25th, 2013 at 2pm (EST) for a product training webinar on our Deposit and Surface Analysis (DSATM ) Test Kit. The DSA test kit was designed for the measurement of total microorganisms present on surfaces or in deposits and is used to assess biological accumulation or contamination on surfaces such as:
Process . . . → Read More: WEBINAR: Product Training – Deposit and Surface Analysis (DSA) Test Kit