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Non-toxic Solutions for
Long Lasting Industrial Fluids.
FluidWorker & AquaWorker

See the film about FluidWorker 100A healthier work environment saves money!

While the workshops are driven towards higher productivity the possibilities to chemically fight bacteria in process fluids are reduced by legislation. See how easy it is to install and use FluidWorker and create a safe and sound work environment.

FluidWorker 100:

  • Quick and easy installation
  • Continuous, safe bacterial reduction
  • Maintenance free
  • Quick pay-back

Biocides are a major health risk

Adding hazarduous biocides has been the traditional method of stopping bacterial growth and securing the production. Biocides are strong toxins that kill all living things in the fluid but they also risk affecting the health and safety of all employees in the workshop

The most commonly used biocides often have one or more of the following properties:

  • Carcinogenic and mutagenic
  • Allergenic
  • Toxic or harmful in contact with skin or if inhaled
Read more in our blog

FluidWorker 100 Our latest addition to the FluidWorker family

FluidWorker 100 is a compact and complete system for controlling and preventing bacterial growth in process fluids. Installation of FluidWorker in your system is quick and easy and doesn't require any stop in production.  Thanks to the patented cleaning function the system is maintenance free.

Benefits of UV-technology:

  • Proven and non-toxic method
  • Proactive bacterial reduction
  • Quick pay-back
Read more about our products

See FluidWorker on your site!

Many times it's easier to understand how things work when you have them in front of you. We can bring FluidWorker with us when visiting you so you can see it live!

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