UV-C Liquid Disinfection

The disinfection of liquids utilising UV-C is common place throughout the world.

The deployment of chlorine, chlorine dioxide, hypochlorite and other chemical substances to disinfect liquids can result in effects which are detrimental to health and the environment.

UV-C technology is the better alternative to chlorine disinfection. The intensively researched and technologically mature disinfection method with ultraviolet light is adapted from the natural action of sunlight.

The light necessary for UV disinfection is generated in special UV lamps. A watertight tube made of quartz glass which allows the UV-C light to pass through surrounds each lamp. The liquid to be disinfected runs past the quartz tubing, being treated by the UV-C light. The number of UV-C lamps employed vary according to amount, flow rate and transmittance of the medium.

UV Technology’s systems are suited for the disinfection of drinking water, process water, waste water, salt water, ultrapure water and other translucent fluids, e.g. sugar syrup.

Other uses of water disinfection include the treatment of wet equipment parts such as dehumidifiers and rotary spray humidifiers in air conditioning equipment

The rate of disinfection is up to 99.99%, depending on the UV-C dosage.

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