Water disinfection units based on UV (ultraviolet) light

EFFICIENT AND COST-EFFECTIVE DISINFECTION METHOD WHEN RESIDUAL ACTIVITY IS NOT NECESSARY

Ultraviolet radiation as a means of water disinfection during treatment, is efficient and cost-effective. UV irradiation has a minimal effect on the chemical composition or taste of water and unlike chemical disinfectants, high dosage or over-dosing with UV light presents no toxicity.
UV light is effective against protozoa and bacteria, but is less effective against viruses:

Data Sheet Standard Technical Data
UV dose
25 - 40 mJ/cm2
Feed Flow
2 - 160 m3/h
Raw Water Turbidity
< 1 NTU
Working Pressure
< 16 bar
Fe (Iron)
< 0.1 mg/l
Mn (Manganese)
< 0.05 mg/l
Suspended Solids
< 10 mg/l
Raw Water Colour
None
Pathogen Dose (mJ/cm2) to achieve 99% removal
Cryptosporidium
5.8 mJ/cm2
Giardia
5.2 mJ/cm2
Hepatitis A virus
30 mJ/cm2
Poliovirus Type 1
30 mJ/cm2
E.coli
9 mJ/cm2

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*(1) All data for information only and subject to change based on actual water analysis and final design parameters

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