CrayoNano and AquiSense Technologies sign frame contract for sales of CrayoLED™ UV-C LEDs for use in water disinfection

CrayoNano has announced the signing of a commercial frame contract with AquiSense Technologies, for sales of UV-C LED components valued at about 4 million NOK over the next 12 months. The frame contract offers additional opportunities to increase the value beyond the minimum amount.

CrayoNano develops and manufactures nanomaterials-based semiconductor components using proprietary technologies and is headquartered in Trondheim, Norway.

AquiSense Technologies is a global leader in UV-C LED systems design and manufacture. They work with leading LED manufacturers to evaluate their devices and then design efficient disinfection products.

“We are humbled to be chosen as a UV-C LED supplier to one of the world’s largest system integrators in the water disinfection market,” said Jo Uthus, CEO of CrayoNano.

“Over the past nine months, AquiSense has tested and validated the CrayoLEDTM UV-C LEDs to our high-quality standards for use in water disinfection systems for point of entry and point of use products.” said Oliver Lawal, CEO of AquiSense. “We are very happy to welcome CrayoNano as a supplier as the collaboration allows AquiSense to substantially grow our business globally across market segments, including the industrial and consumer markets.”



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