Ultraviolet treatment is a method of sterilisation that is used to kill pathogens, such as bacteria, viruses and fungi, found in potable water, wastewater, effluent and process water, without the use of chemicals. Read More
UV technology is environmentally friendly, and unlike chemical treatments which use chlorine, no disinfectant by-products (DBPs) are formed. This also means that the quality of drinking water is unaffected by the process.
Installations can range from small, low-pressure systems for spas and swimming pools to larger, high pressure, enclosed systems for disinfecting municipal wastewater.
Key factors that will help determine the most appropriate system for an application include the flow rate, the amount and nature of the pathogens in the liquid and the required quality for the eventual discharge.
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