Ultroviolet Disinfection Equipment
Ultraviolet (UV) disinfection is environmentally safe and recognized as effective for a wide range of pathogens, including viruses.
UV systems disinfect by inactivating pathogenic microorganisms such as viruses, bacteria and parasites which may be in the water and may cause waterborne disease.
In the broad light Spectrum, the UV-C wavelength (200-280 nm) has been proven to be the most efficient wavelength to inactivate microorganisms by damaging the nucleic acids (DNA or RNA), which in turns the organism’s ability to reproduce.
The germicidal effectiveness of a UV system is dependant on various water properties such as UV transmission, flow rate and the applied UV dose, which is a function of the UV intensity delivered by the lamps and the exposure time in the reactor.
UV systems are used as a final barrier in the drinking water treatment plant to disinfect the water by inactivating (stop growth and reproduction of) the pathogenic microorganisms like viruses, bacteria and parasites. The UV-C lights are particularly efficient for the chlorine resistant microorganisms such as Cryptosporidium and Giardia, even with low dose. So to reduce the risk to be affected by a waterborne diseases, more and more countries are implementing strict limits on these pathogens through new regulations.
We developed UV products for different markets: Municipal Wastewater, Municipal Drinking Water, and Industries.
Ultraviolet sterilizers brief
- 800 tons of water treated with 1kWh killing more than 99.99% of pathogens.
We have over 10 years of experience in water treatment field.
H series - Open channel UV disinfection with horizontal mount
- Hydraulic based CAD design and computer UV dosage modeling allow achieving the best performance and meet US EPA safety regulations and water quality requirements.
High disinfection efficiency – system is capable of inactivating up to 99.000-99.999% of pathogens at a designed water quality.
316 L stainless steel is used to prevent corrosion, secondary contamination, and prolong system service life.
J series - Submersible UV lamps for liquid storage tanks
- Submersible UV lamps prevent secondary pollution and bacterial growth in liquid storage tanks and can
also be used for empty tank disinfection during the maintenance.
Standard four-pin (4-pin) UV lamps, quartz glass sleeve, waterproof wiring, and electronic ballast ensure
reliable operation and disinfection efficiency. Complete system can include thestorage tank, water supply
pumps or pretreatment system (optional).
S series - Small closed-pipe UV systems for residential customers and small businesses
- Designed for quick disinfection of small flows.
High disinfection efficiency, low footprint, low operation cost, lightweight and portable.
Mostly used for disinfection of pure water (municipal tap water, mineral ground water, RO effluent, aquariums, spa salons, etc.
F series - Closed-pipe UV systems for drinking water
- 1) F series systems are usually used for small and medium scale installation. For higher flowrates, multiple units can be arranged in parallel.
2) Hydraulic modeling design, based on our own research and latest world-wide progress. Precise calculation of flow patterns, UV intensity and dosage helps to ensure that sufficient disinfection rate is achieved and water quality meets drinking water standard requirements.
3) Designed disinfection efficiency is 99-99.999% depending on system configuration and water quality.
4) UV irradiation doesn’t affect the chemical composition of treated fluids. Neither does it change the taste or flavor, which is beneficial for food and beverage production.
Powerful medium pressure UV systems
- Medium pressure UV systems are mostly used in wastewater treatment for disinfection and organic matter decom position. When used with hydrogen peroxide, UV light can enhance the formation of hydroxyl radicals (OH ),a powerful oxidizing agent. Usinghydroxyl oxidation instead of chlorine,results in the decomposition of organic matter into CO 2 gas and H20, rather than harmful byproducts.