UV disinfection of drinking water is a vital step for protecting public health from dangerous microorganisms found in the water supply. The demand for solutions to provide secure water and optimized consumption costs has never been greater.
UV disinfection is the only water disinfection method that does not create any disinfection by-products (DBP) and therefore gets rid of additional investments to address them. The most prevalent method in the past was chlorine disinfection. However, it leads to the creation of carcinogenic BPD, alters taste and smell, enables microorganisms to develop resistance over time, and is ineffective against Cryptosporidium and Giardia.
UV disinfection solves the safety challenge against a wide range of waterborne pathogens and leaves no other imprint or effect on the quality of the water. ULTRAAQUA UV systems are based on the latest UV technology and have been optimized to use minimum energy, with no handling of toxic substances and simple maintenance procedures performed every couple of years. It can easily be integrated into diverse treatment infrastructures and be part of a multi-barrier design together with technologies such as membrane filtration or chemical disinfection.
ULTRAAQUA UV systems are easy to install, maintain, and are cost-optimized. With the capacity to meet the strictest bacterial and virus reduction requirements, ULTRAAQUA UV systems are an unparalleled disinfection solution for drinking water. ULTRAAQUA UV systems are also suitable for Total Organic Carbon (TOC) reduction, de-chlorination, and Advanced Oxidation Process (AOP) applications.
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ULTRAAQUA UV units tackle all waterborne diseases with the capacity to meet the strictest bacterial and virus reduction requirement. Since the ULTRAAQUA UV system can be designed to treat flows of close to any size, our in-field experienced R&D team and meticulous testing process ensures that both: energy and disinfection efficiency remain at their peak performance for projects of any size.
UV light is a physical disinfection process rather than chemical, therefore it has no chance of creating potentially dangerous chemical by-products (BPD), such as HAAs and THMs. The UV technology can also be applied in the elimination of Total Organic Carbon (TOC) that are directly linked with DPB formation in downstream drinking water.
Drinking water UV systems have full bioassay validation from the industry-recognized worldwide standard ÖNORM M 5873-1. They also possess different approvals from other established centers such as DVGW, AMS, IMO, EU ETV, and FHI (Norway).
Closed units can be customized to match the individual project specifications. Flange size and orientation options (U, L, or Z) deliver the least effect on the overall hydraulics for each case. Control cabinet key features can also be customized to meet the challenging location environment requirements.