In the Legoland Malaysia Resort, an impressive water park is located with a wide selection of entertainment and slides.
Legoland goes to great lengths to create a safe environment for the bathers at the resort, which is the reason for ensuring a comprehensive water treatment process to the joy of all the visitors. This naturally means to optimize the chlorine usage to reduce the amount of chlorine disinfection by-products.
To establish a safe water environment and a good experience for the visitors, UV technology was chosen as the secondary disinfection barrier. Doing so will ensure a sustainable chemical-free disinfection method that ensures the prevention of chlorine-resistant microorganisms such as Cryptosporidium and Giardia that can be harmful to the bathers.
With the introduction of UV disinfection, chlorine usage is set to be reduced significantly, while having control of the disinfection by-products derived from this chlorination process.
After defining the concrete water disinfection specifications of the project, the right UV system was sized and installed. This led to the installation of a MP1-3500 MULTIRAY system with an advanced control panel to allow all operation possibilities.
The MULTIRAY series was chosen for its superior performance in pool environments. Its design is uniquely suited for the task, using 254nm dose calculations to target and disinfect chlorine-resistant pathogens, such as Cryptosporidium and Giardia, more effectively. This efficiency translates to lower operating costs and reduced time spent on pool management, as operators need not adjust the UV system extensively to maintain optimal pool chemistry.
Key factors influencing the selection of the MULTIRAY series included its ability to handle high flow rates, its low energy consumption, and its compact chamber design. The decision was further supported by the local assistance provided by our local partner, Hydro Nusantara Sdn Bhd.
Ultimately, implementing the MULTIRAY series stands to establish a sustainable water treatment foundation, leveraging UV disinfection to support a healthier and safer environment for the bathers.
UV design information:
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