Ultraviolet (UV) Water Sterilisation Equipment for Swimming Pools
|FOB Price:||US $850 / Piece|
|Min. Order:||1 Piece|
|Min. Order||FOB Price|
|1 Piece||US $850/ Piece|
|Production Capacity:||150 Units Per Month|
|Transport Package:||Plywood Case Into Container|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, T/T, Western Union|
- Model NO.: YLC-1000
- Type: Lightwave Disinfection
- Electric Tension: 220V
- Ultra High Temperature Alarm: Ultra High Temperature Alarm
- Material: Stainless Steel
- Tube: Quartz Tube
- Water Inlet Turbidity: Less Than 1 Ntu
- Water Inlet Manganese Content: Less Than 0.05 Mg/Liter
- Lifespan of UV Lamp: 9000 to 12000 Hours
- Water Output: 1 to 500 Cubic Meter Per Hour
- Specification: refer to parameters sheet or to be customized
- HS Code: 842121999
- Theory: UV Light Sterilization
- Certification: CE
- LCD Display: With LCD Display
- Sterilization Information Recording and Printing: Sterilization Information Recording and Printing
- UV Light: UV-C 254nm Wavelength
- Water Inlet Hardness: Less Than 120mg/Liter
- Water Inlet Iron Content: Less Than 0.3 Mg/Liter
- Cleaning Model: Hand-Cleaning, Rod Cleaning, Automatic Motor
- Control System: Control Box, PLC, Remote Control, etc
- Trademark: YLD
- Origin: Jiangyin, China
ontaminated water enters Reactor from the pool filter via the return to pool line. As water passes through Reactor germs, viruses, parasites, algae and other microbial pathogens in the water are given a measured dose of UV radiation causing the DNA and RNA cell tissues to be destroyed breaking the strand or photochemical reaction. 99% of germs and viruses will be destroyed including Guardia (chlorine resistant) without the use of any chemicals making for effective and safe sterilization. All UV Sterilizers have standard Australian 40mm pool pipe connections for ease of installation in residential applications.
UV Water Sterilizers
Ultraviolet water treatment systems (UV sterilisers) kill bacteria in water. They are often used to ensure safe drinking water from well, spring and borehole water supplies. Due to increased legislation are now regularly used in food and drink related industries.
Micro organisms including bacteria, viruses and cysts are all around us naturally. Many are harmless but exposure to "bad" ones can cause severe illness particularly in the elderly and very young. There is a wide variety of water treatment products available to improve taste, clarity, scale etc but none of these are designed to combat bacteria. Ultra violet water treatment is one of the safest ways to disinfect water as the UV rays are a natural component of sunlight. No chemicals are added so there is no danger from overdosing or creating a bad taste.
What does a UV sterilizer do?
A UV sterilizer is used to control infections by stopping the spread of microorganisms from one fish/coral/invertebrate to another through the water. It is also used in pond applications to control free-floating algae. When operated correctly, free-floating microorganisms will be killed by the UV light. Note that the organisms must be in the water that flows to the UV sterilizer. The UV light has no residual effect and will not kill organisms attached to fish (e.g., adult stage of ich) or rocks (e.g., algae).
How do UV sterilizers work?
The UV sterilizer utilizes a germicidal fluorescent lamp that produces light at a wavelength of approximately 254 nanometers (2537 Angstroms). The water with the bacteria/algae passes over the bulb (or around the bulb if a quartz sleeve is used) and is irradiated with this wavelength. As the light penetrates the bacteria/algae, it mutates the DNA (genetic material), preventing growth/multiplication of the organism.
1.Food processing industry, including juices, milk, drinks, beer, practical oil and canned food.
3.Hospitals, various laboratory and high levels of pathogenic body water disinfection.
4.Households building, residential, office buildings, hotels, restaurants, water factories.
5.Purification and disinfection of shellfish, fish cleaning and disinfection
6.Military camp, field water supply system
7.Urban wastewater disinfection.
8.Swimming pool, other recreational water disinfection
9.Thermal power, nuclear power plant industrial, central air conditioning system cooling water.
10.Biological, chemical and pharmaceutical, cosmetics for the production of cooling water.
11.Sea water, fresh water breeding, aquaculture water
12.Agricultural water disinfection
Principle of Operation
UV water disinfection system design has been carefully conceived to provide adequate germicidal dosage throughout the disinfection chamber. The dosage, as it applies to UV disinfection, is a function of time and the intensity of UV radiation to which the water is exposed. Exposure time is related to the flow rate, the higher the flow rate, the lower the exposure time or the lower the flow rate, the higher the exposure time. The UV intensity is the amount of energy, per unit time, emitted by germicidal lamp. The Dosage is the product of UV intensity and the exposure time.
Limitation of Use
The UV water disinfection system NOT intended for the treatment of water that has an obvious contamination or intentional source, such as raw sewage, nor is the unit intended to convert wastewater to microbiologically safe drinking water.
Water Quality (in)
Water quality plays a major role in the transmission of germicidal UV rays. It is recommended that the water does not exceed following maximum concentration levels
Effectively treating water with higher concentration levels than listed above can be accomplished, but may require added measures to improve water quality to treatable levels. If, for any reason, it is believed the UV transmission is not satisfactory, contact the factory.
UV wavelength (nm)
DOSAGE is the product of intensity & time
dosage=intensity*time=micro watt/cm2*time=microwatt-seconds per square centimeter