City of Moline chooses ETS as UV system provider

Oct. 25, 2013

BEAVER DAM, Wis. — The city needs a UV disinfection barrier for drinking water supplied to 43,500 people.

BEAVER DAM, Wis. — The City of Moline, Wis. has awarded the contract for an ultraviolet (UV) system provider to Engineered Treatment Systems, LLC of Beaver Dam, according to a press release.

The system will be made up of eight of the ETS SX-635-16 drinking water reactors installed after existing filters in the facility, reported the release.

Because water that feeds the facility draws from an 85,000 square mile agricultural watershed and the Mississippi River to provide water to a population of 43,500 people, the UV disinfection barrier necessary, and also cost advantageous, the release noted.

"The City is pleased to have ETS as our partner for this important project," said Greg Swanson, Moline Utilities general manager. "We have found the ETS team to be knowledgeable, responsive and goal oriented during the multi-year process that led to the selection of the ETS SX-635-16 reactors for our demanding drinking water application."

Please visit for more information.

Sponsored Recommendations

NFPA 70B a Step-by-Step Guide to Compliance

NFPA 70B: A Step-by-Step Guide to Compliance

How digital twins drive more environmentally conscious medium- and low-voltage equipment design

Medium- and low voltage equipment specifiers can adopt digital twin technology to adopt a circular economy approach for sustainable, low-carbon equipment design.

MV equipment sustainability depends on environmentally conscious design values

Medium- and low voltage equipment manufacturers can prepare for environmental regulations now by using innovative MV switchgear design that eliminates SF6 use.

Social Distancing from your electrical equipment?

Using digital tools and apps for nearby monitoring and control increases safety and reduces arc flash hazards since electrical equipment can be operated from a safer distance....