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OASIS and Philips Team Up to Launch Instant UV Water Disinfection System
Posted By Molly Cotter On March 9, 2012 @ 12:37 pm In Environment,Green Products,Innovation,Water Issues | No Comments
Wouldn’t it be nice if clean, filtered water was available everywhere? OASIS International  and Philips Lighting  are partnering together to make this dream a reality, one water cooler at a time. Philips’ newest innovation, the InstantTrust  UV water disinfection system, cleans drinking water instantly on small and large scales and will be implemented in almost all OASIS water dispensing products soon.
Known for their energy efficient lighting designs, Philips  is bringing UV technology  to the water world. This particular innovation can instantly disinfect water regardless of temperature, producing clean hot and cold aqua in a snap. Designed to infiltrate the point-of-use water systems around the world, including office and school water coolers, taps, drinking fountains, and portable systems, the InstantTrust’s compact design can fit just about anywhere.
While public and home water systems  are the first step, OASIS and Philips plan to use this technology on an enormous scale, cleaning millions of gallons of water at a time, worldwide.
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URLs in this post:
 OASIS International: http://www.oasiscoolers.com/
 Philips Lighting: http://www.usa.philips.com/
 InstantTrust: http://www.lighting.philips.com/main/subsites/special_lighting/purification/purification.wpd
 UV technology: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ultraviolet
 point-of-use water systems : http://www.oasiscoolers.com/commercial.aspx
 home water systems: http://www.oasiscoolers.com/residential.aspx
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