The company will deliver eight Sentinel 48 inches Chevron reactors (Chevron 48) to the facility in late 2011. The reactors will treat up to 240 million gallons of drinking water per day.

Two additional Sentinel Chevron 48 reactors are also planned to be included in the future to meet the growing demand. The Chevron 48, which is claimed to be a high flow unit, has the capacity to disinfect up to 50 million gallons of drinking water per day.

James Sullivan, vice president of Calgon Carbon, Americas, said: “We are pleased that our Sentinel design was selected to meet the City of Cincinnati’s disinfection and compliance needs. The continued success of the Chevron 48 strengthens our position in the growing, global drinking water disinfection market.”