UV Systems

Effective & proven inactivation of microorganisms such as bacteria, viruses, molds & pathogens without the use of chemicals

UV is used for disinfection and removal of organic and inorganic contaminants, including chlorine, ozone and total organic carbon (TOC). UV technology is often used where conventional chlorine disinfection cannot be applied and can be used in the advanced oxidation process (AOP). Key benefits of UV technology include: improve the taste, color, pH or odor of water, requires no storage, handling or transportation of toxic or corrosive chemicals, effective at inactivating a wide range of microorganisms including chlorine tolerant pathogens, and water reuse capabilities to meet sustainability objectives.

Better Water Quality

Improves taste, color, pH or odor

Sustainability

Water reuse capabilities to meet objectives

Cryptosporidium Protection

Effective against Cryptosporidium & other water borne pathogens

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Barrier M® UV Generators for Water Treatment

Barrier M® UV Generators for Water Treatment

Medium pressure UV range for treatment of swimming pools and process water

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E Series

E Series

UV generator engineered and designed for residential pool water treatment

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EA Series

EA Series

UV generator designed for spas and hot tubs

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ELP AM Series

ELP AM Series

UV generator designed specifically for the disinfection and dechloramination in high flow semi-commercial pools, spas, splash pads and water features

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ELP HO Series

ELP HO Series

UV generator designed specifically for the disinfection and dechloramination in semi-commercial pools, spas, splash pads and water features

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ELP Series in HDPE

ELP Series in HDPE

UV generator designed specifically for the disinfection and dechloramination in salt water or high TDS semi-commercial pools, spas, splash pads and water features

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EP Series

EP Series

UV generator designed specifically for the disinfection of ponds, fountains and water features

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EZ Strainer®

EZ Strainer®

Innovative strainer specifically for use with UV systems

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Wafer™ UV generator from ETS-UV™ Product Family

Wafer™ UV generator from ETS-UV™ Product Family

The worlds most compact medium pressure UV system for Municipal Drinking Water and Aquatics applications

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Why UV?

UV light works by causing permanent damage to the DNA found in all living species. Once the DNA becomes damaged, or dimerized, the organism is unable to carry out the routine cell functions of respiration, the assimilation of food, and replication. Once the cell is rendered non-viable the organism quickly dies.

Why closed vessel UV?

The majority of UV applications are now performed in a closed vessel. In pipe systems, offer significant operator benefit, smaller footprint, faster installation, and reduce lifetime cost. Isn’t it time to stop accepting how it’s always been done, and start asking why not put it in a pipe?

In regards to UV, what is the difference between medium and low pressure UV?

There are three main differences: lamp power, electrical efficiency, and the type of UV light produced. Each lamp type is best suited for different applications, which our water treatment experts will be pleased to explain to you.

What is UV dose and how is it determined?

UV dose is calculated from the flowrate, the water transmittance and the lamp power. The dimension of UV dose is m J cm-2. We uses advanced Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) to accurately predict the UV dose that the water will receive, and then systems are validated by a third party test house to verify the predicted UV dose closely matches the actual delivered UV dose.

What is UV transmittance and how does it influence equipment selection?

UV transmittance (UVT) is a measurement to determine how much UV light passes through a sample of water compared to distilled water. Dissolved organics, suspended matter, color, and certain UV light absorbing metals are the main absorbers of UV light. It is the key factor in properly sizing a UV system to operate effectively.

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