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Atlantium Technologies' UV System Provides U.S. Dairy Processors With the Equivalent to Heat-Pasteurized Water
Date:10/15/2009

HAR TUV, Israel, Oct. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Atlantium Technologies, an Israeli-based water technologies company, today announced that its Hydro Optic Disinfection(TM) ultraviolet (UV) light water pasteurization and disinfection systems are now commercially available for use for regulatory compliance in the U.S. dairy industry. The announcement by Atlantium comes after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration finalized the 2009 Pasteurized Milk Ordinance (PMO), and issued the IMS-a-47. The new rules include criteria for the use of UV to provide disinfected and pasteurized equivalent water in dairy processing. Atlantium's system is the only off-the-shelf UV system validated for all the criteria required by the PMO.

Ensuring that both products and equipment are kept free of water-borne pathogens is an ongoing challenge for dairy processors. Atlantium's environmentally-friendly Hydro-Optic Disinfection systems deliver unprecedented protection against pathogens present in water, a critical component of dairy processes. Energy-efficient and chemical-free, Atlantium's system ensures high quality, safe water at a lower cost than traditional thermal pasteurization, and now can be used to comply with the PMO requirements for pasteurized water. In addition, Atlantium's fully automated monitoring and control software and electronic recordkeeping meet PMO requirements and automatically adjust to meet fluctuating water conditions, which reduces down-time and labor costs.

"We are very pleased that the FDA has finalized the 2009 PMO, which sets meaningful criteria for UV water pasteurization and disinfection in U.S. dairy processing," said Yoni Glickman, chief executive officer of Atlantium Technologies. "The 2009 PMO opens the way for U.S. dairy processors to replace heat pasteurization of water with energy-efficient, chemical-free UV technology. Atlantium's Hydro-Optic system is the industry's only off-the-shelf UV product that meets all the PMO re
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