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A small company develops a breakthrough sensor used in ships’ ballast-water treatment systems After developing chlorine and bromine generators for swimming pools in the late 1980s, Michael Silveri launched a small company in 1994 that created sensors for hot tubs and pools. His early modest success hardly foreshadowed his next undertaking: devising cutting-edge technology for a
Chinese Patent Issued to Halogen Systems Inc.
July 20, 2017 – A US Patent issued to Halogen Systems Inc. for its unique water treatment chlorine sensor TBD
Another KR Type Approval
April 5, 2017 – Halogen Systems, Inc. completed its KR Performance Test and all Environmental Testing for its IECEx/ATEX Ballast Water TRO Sensor.
Second Korean Patent issued to Halogen Systems Inc.
February 14, 2017 – A KIPO Patent was issued to Halogen Systems Inc. for its unique water treatment chlorine sensor Korea 10-1743860
SBIR Phase II Option 1
December 23, 2016 – The US Government awarded Halogens Systems, Inc. $300K for Phase II Option 1 and 2 of an SBIR project for the measurement of high levels of Total Residual Oxidants
Sales Benchmark For TRO Sensor For BWMS
June 2016 – Halogen Systems delivers its 1,000th TRO Sensor for Ballast Water Maintenance Systems (BWMS) since 2013.
Korean Patent issued to Halogen Systems Inc.
May 3, 2016 – A US Patent was issued to Halogen Systems Inc. for its unique water treatment chlorine sensor Korea 10-1620152
ATEX and IECEx Certificate
December 22, 2015 – Halogen Systems Inc. was issued ATEX and IECEx Certificates for use in Hazardous Locations. Our Total Residual Oxidant Sensor is now rated for a Zone 1, Group IIb gas application.