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Evoqua and Neptune Benson Purchase Delta UV from Bio UV SAS

United States: Evoqua water technologies, a Pennsylvania based water treatment systems manufacturing company and its business segment Neptune Benson Inc. have overtaken Delta UV, a leading manufacturer of UV-C technology in North America. Evoqua added supreme water filtration and disinfection products to its portfolio by acquiring Neptune Benson Incorporated in March, 2016. With this new acquisition of Delta UV Corp., Evoqua intends to provide UV solutions for numerous applications including municipal, industrial or residential catering to high-quality disinfection needs of its customers. This acquisition will aid Evoqua water technologies to add ETS-UV systems and Wallace & Tiernan brand Barrier UV products in the existing product line. With the help of advanced UV-C technology, Evoqua plans to offer reliable destruction of more than 99.99 percent of water contaminants within seconds, without employing use of chemicals.

TechSci Research depicts that the acquisition of Delta Ultraviolet Corporation business by Evoqua and Neptune Benson would expand the product portfolio and customer base of Evoqua Water technologies. Moreover, the companies would together be able to accelerate water treatment efficiency by several gallons by means of their extended product line. Also, the water treatment systems are commonly used in residential sector, which would improve the presence of the company in global residential water purifiers market.

According to the recently published report by TechSci Research, “Global Residential Water Purifiers Market By Technology, By Sales Channel, By Region, Competition Forecast and Opportunities, 2011 - 2021”, the global market for residential water purifiers is forecast to grow at a CAGR over 15% during 2016-2021, on account of deteriorating water quality and increasing awareness regarding health risks posed by presence of dissolved solids in drinking water. Growing urban population coupled with rising purchasing power of consumers across the globe is expected to augment demand for water purifiers from the residential sector through 2021. Additionally, increasing penetration of water purifiers in the emerging economies in Asia-Pacific over the next five years is also expected to be a major contributor to the robust growth in demand for residential water purifiers in the coming years. Furthermore, continuing increase in adoption of advanced purification technologies is forecast to steer growth in the global residential water purifiers market through 2021.

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