Ultraviolet (UV) Systems
UVC light has the ability to cause permanent damage to a wide variety of organisms in water, air, and other fluids. UV light is a physical, non-intrusive method of ensuring that organisms are unable to replicate, and hence remain inert. In addition to disinfection, a correctly sized UV system can also be used for de-chlorination and to de-ozonate process water.
UV does not effect the taste, colour, or ph of the fluid being disinfected, and as such the technique is often used where conventional disinfection with chlorine cannot be applied, such as within a brewery, soft drinks plant, pharmaceutical facility, fish farm or environmentally sensitive application.
The UV lamps utilised in our units generate high intensity energy within this germicidal region, which makes them particularly suitable for disinfecting potable and domestic drinking water.