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Chinese Patent Granted to Halogen Systems Inc.
July 20, 2017 - A US Patent issued to Halogen Systems Inc. for its unique water treatment chlorine sensor TBD

Halogen received KR Type Approval for its IECEx/ATEX sensor
April 5, 2017 - Halogen Systems, Inc. completed its KR Performance Test and all Environmental Testing for it BWMS Sensor.

Korean Patent issued to Halogen Systems Inc.
February 14, 2017 - A US Patent issued to Halogen Systems Inc. for its unique water treatment chlorine sensor Korea 10-1743860

Halogen adds Freshwater operation
Brackish water and Seawater operation with the same sensor without recalibration.

Halogen Introduces DryGlass™ High Pressure pH sensor
Delivers 1,000 sensors for BWMS (Date when this happened) (over 100 ATEX/IECEx sensors) since 2013

Korean Patent issued to Halogen Systems Inc.
May 3, 2016 A US Patent issued to Halogen Systems Inc. for its unique water treatment chlorine sensor Korea 10-1620152

Halogen was issued an ATEX and IECEx Certificate
for it Hazardous Location Oxidant Sensor for Zone 1, Group IIb gases.
December 22, 2015

US Patent issued to Halogen Systems Inc.
March 24, 2015 - A US Patent issued to Halogen Systems Inc. for its unique water treatment chlorine sensor US 8,984,931

US Patent issued to Halogen Systems Inc.
November 18, 2014 A US Patent issued to Halogen Systems Inc. for its unique water treatment chlorine sensor US 8,887,556

US Patent issued to Halogen Systems Inc.
November 11, 2014 A US Patent issued to Halogen Systems Inc. for its unique water treatment chlorine sensor US 8,881,581

KR Type Approval for Hot Tap and Standard Sensor
June 9, 2014

US Patent issued to Halogen Systems Inc.
October 30, 2012 A US Patent issued to Halogen Systems Inc. for its unique water treatment chlorine sensor US 8,298,391

Project for the measurement of high levels of Total Residual Oxidants
December 23, 2016 - The US Government awarded Halogens Systems, Inc. $300K for a Phase II Option 1 and 2 of an SBIR project for the measurement of high levels of Total

Project for the measurement of high levels of Total Residual Oxidants
December 23, 2011 - The US Government awarded Halogens Systems, Inc. $750K for a Phase II SBIR project for the measurement of high levels of Total Residual Oxidants (Chlorine and Bromine) in its Next Generation Reverse Osmosis Desalination System. The sensor must operate without calibration for 1,000 to 3,000 hours measuring 50 to 500 ppm of TRO in seawater.

US Patent issued to Halogen Systems Inc.
June 24, 2010 - A US Patent issued to Halogen Systems Inc. for its unique water treatment chlorine sensor.

Develop Total Oxidant Sensor for use in a desalination system
October 1, 2009 - The US Government awarded Halogen Systems, Inc. $70K for Phase I SBIR project to develop Total Oxidant Sensor for the measurement of high levels of chlorine and bromine in seawater for use in a desalination system.