Advantages of using UV-C for water disinfection
At a wavelength of 253.7nm, UV-C light is a very powerful germicide. It deactivates the DNA of bacteria, viruses, and other pathogens, destroying their ability to multiply and cause disease.
Ultraviolet technology is a non-chemical approach to pool disinfection. In this method of disinfection, nothing is added which makes this process simple, inexpensive, and requiring very low maintenance.
UV-C light is become increasingly favored by the pool industry for its ability to break down and remove chloramines, which cause eye, skin, and nose irritation, and breathing difficulties.
1) USER-FRIENDLY Easy installation and maintenance. An optional timer can control the running operation hours.
2) STRONG AND DURABLE Robust housing in AISI 316 Stainless Steel for anti-corrosion long life. Professional quality UV lamp offers a lifetime of over 9,000 ( to 12,000) hours.
3) HIGH EFFICIENCY The mirror-polished interior of the housing increases the UV reflection rate and thus enhances work efficiency.
4) ENVIRONMENTAL-FRIENDLY Reduces the use of chlorine by up to 70%. Water renewal is also reduced due to fewer by-products formed.
5) BETTER PROTECTION The disinfected water is free of unpleasant smells and does not irritate the eyes, because of the significant reduction in the number of chloramines. No risk of allergies and your pool is protected against pathogenic organisms and algae.
UV-C Ozone Operation
The water is pumped into the unit through the reactor. Air is drawn through the venturi system into the unit via the air injector and flows through the quartz glass and the ozone UV-C lamp. The air enters the lamp and is charged with ozone molecules, then passes through the ball valve to be mixed with the water in the reactor.