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UV System

UVC light has the ability to cause permanent damage to a wide variety of organisms in water, air and other fluids. For industrial product and process fluids, these organisms can cause spoilage and reduced shelf life. For municipal drinking water, these organisms cause nuisance and in a number of instances can actually be pathogenic to humans.
UV does not affect the taste, color, or pH of the fluid being disinfected and, as such, the technique is often used where conventional chlorine disinfection cannot be applied, such as within a brewery, soft drinks plant, pharmaceutical facility or fish farm.

Define UV Systemse

The use of UV light has now become standard practice in a vast range of industries, including municipal drinking water and waste water treatment, Industrial process and manufacturing, offshore and marine and aquatics. Ultraviolet disinfection systems are used to ensure water is free from harmful organisms and is a proven, regulated and environmentally friendly technology.

In order to provide the best Ultraviolet system to suit your needs, the following variables are required to accurately size a UV system for a specific application. The following information is helpful but not essential to providing a quotation: –

  • Flow e.g. 20 m3/hr
  • Application e.g. Drinking Water / Waste Water / Swimming Pools
  • Water Source e.g. Borehole / Surface Water / Final Effluent
  • UVT (Ultraviolet Transmittance) e.g. 90% UVT
  • Details of pre-treatment e.g. Filtration
  • Intended use e.g. Irrigation / Drinking Water / Process Water
  • Known biological challenge e.g. Cryptosporidium reduction
  • Known dose standard e.g. 30 mj/cm2 minimum / 60 mj/cm2 average
  • Treatment Cycle e.g. Single pass treatment or re-circulation
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