90% Transmittance UV-C Swimming Pool Water Disinfection System
|FOB Price:||US $150-6,500 / Set|
|Min. Order:||1 Set|
|Min. Order||FOB Price|
|1 Set||US $150-6,500/ Set|
|Production Capacity:||5000 Sets/Year|
|Transport Package:||Plywood Case Into Container|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, T/T, Western Union, Paypal, Money Gram|
- Model NO.: YLC-7000
- Application: Industry
- Disinfection Method: Ultraviolet
- Material: Stainless Steel Ss304, Ss316
- Lifespan of UV Lamp: 9000-12000 Hours
- Flow Rate: 300m3/H
- Working Pressure: (0.6 MPa
- Brand of Ballast: Domestic Brand
- Specification: CE, SGS, ISO
- HS Code: 8421219990
- Certification: ISO9001, CE
- Voltage: 220V
- Bactericidal Efficienc: 98% Kill Total Coliforms
- Inlet and Outlet: Dn250mm/10 Inch
- Interface Type: Flange
- Chamber Size: 1630*273*530mm
- Raw Water: Drinking Water/Waste Water/Underground Water
- Trademark: YLD
- Origin: Jiangyin, Jiangsu
We highly recommend the use of our UV sterilizers as a post treatment when treating water. All microorganisms are virtually susceptible to ultraviolet disinfection. For every penny of operating cost, hundreds of gallons of water are purified.
No additional chemicals are added and there's no danger of overdosing. Once the water leaves the purifier, it is ready for use with no further contact time required. It is simple to use and easy to install and maintain. Compact units need a small space to operate and store. There are no detections of chlorine taste or corrosion problems.
UV Water Treatment Advantages
Effective: Virtually all microorganisms are susceptible to Pure Aqua ultraviolet disinfection.
Economical: Hundreds of gallons are purified for each penny of operating cost.
Safe: No danger of overdosing, no addition of chemicals.
Fast: Water is ready for use as soon as it leaves the purifier - no further contact time required.
Easy: Simple installation and maintenance. Compact units require minimum space.
Automatic: Provides continuous or intermittent disinfection without special attention or measurement.
Chemical Free: No chlorine taste or corrosion problems.
Versatile: Capacities available from 2 to 800 gallons per minute (g.p.m.).
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
How Does UV Sterilisation Work?
UV sterilizers utilize germicidal ultraviolet lamps that produce short wave radiation lethal to bacteria, viruses and other microorganisms present in water. Ultraviolet water treatment purification is a unique and rapid method of water disinfection without the use of heat or chemicals. Through the years ultraviolet technology has become well established as a method of choice for effective and economical water disinfection.
What Contaminants Do UV Sterilizers Remove?
There are no micro-organisms known to be resistant to UV, unlike chlorination. UV is known to be highly effective against bacteria, viruses, algae, molds and yeasts, and disease causing oocysts like cryptosporidium and giardia. In practice, bacteria and viruses are the cause of most major waterborne pathogenic diseases. Of these enteric viruses, hepatitis virus and Legionella pneumophila have been shown to survive for considerable periods in the presence of chlorine, but are readily eliminated by UV treatment. For most microorganisms, the removal efficiency of UV for microbiological contaminants such as bacteria and virus generally exceeds 99.99%.
UV Disinfection Systems Application
1. Food processing and industrial water disinfection
2. Hospitals, various laboratory water disinfection, and high levels of pathogenic water disinfection
3. Municipal water
4. Biochemical pharmaceutical, cosmetics production water disinfection
5. Aquatic products processing water disinfection
6. Swimming pool water disinfection
7. Seawater, freshwater aquaculture breeding water disinfection
8. Ultra-pure water for electronic industry, and so on
CONVENTIONAL METHODS OF WATER TREATING
|Ease of installation||Good||Poor||Excellent|
|Ease of Maintenance||Good||Poor||Excellent|
|Cost of Maintenance||Medium||High||Lowest|
|Frequency Of Maintenance||Frequent||Continuous||V. Infrequent|
|Residual Effect Problem with||Yes||Yes||No|
|Hazards||High||Yes||Low to none|
|Contact Time||30 - 60 minutes||High||1 - 5seconds|
|Disinfection Performance||Leaves some pathogens||Kills all microbes||Kills all microbes|
|Effect on Water||Organochlorine compounds, Taste & pH changes||Unknown||None|
|The Ultra violet dose required for destruction is about the same for each virus, while higher dose of chlorine & ozone needed.|
Is UV 100% effective?
UV disinfection typically offers a 99.99% reduction in both bacteria and virus and is more effective than chemical disinfection processes at destroying viruses.
Does UV remove E. coli?
Yes, E. coli requires a UV dose of between 6 to 12 mJ/cm2 to achieve 4-log disinfection. This is well within the capabilities of the Sterilight UV system.
How much does it cost to operate? UV systems are extremely economical to operate.
A typical household UV system operates on the same power requirements as a 40 watt light bulb!
Will UV change the taste or smell of my water?
UV is a physical disinfection process, no additives are required. It does not change the taste or odour of the water. It simply provides safe reliable disinfection.
How do I know the system is working?
All UV systems come with "lamp-out" monitors which give an audible and visual signal in case of lamp failure. Sterilight GOLD systems incorporate true UV intensity monitors so an alarm will sound if the disinfection effectiveness falls below a safe level.
Why do I need Disinfection?
Disinfection is required on all water supplies that are not protected by a municipal water source. Due to the uncertainties that exist within some water systems, we can no longer rely on the fact that our water supplies "may be safe." By providing your own disinfection, you are taking the responsibility of ensuring the safety of the water supply for you and your family.