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20T UV Sterilizer for Bottled Water Treatment

20T UV Sterilizer for Bottled Water Treatment
  • 20T UV Sterilizer for Bottled Water Treatment
  • Specification

1, Sterilizer stainless steel shell warrenty 10 years, other fittings are guaranteed usable one year, free for repair and replace (unconditional man-made factors and force majeure except).

2, Stainless steel reaction chamber adopts imported 304 or 316L, formed through  automatic welding, all the threaded by blunt pull tensile after welding smooth without dead Angle, internal and external polishing high brightness mirror chamber greatly enhanced by ultraviolet radiation intensity, enhance sterilization effect. Thickening chamber design, pressure-bearing  can reach 0.8 Mpa, strict pressure and hydrotest to completely prevent slack phenomenon.

3, UV tubes using Europe imported low-voltage high strength amalgam lamp, use life-span 9000-13,000 hours, equipping efficient electronic ballast further enhance the whole life and the sterilizer effect, the whole sterilization rate as high as 99.99%.

4, The system design is according to  the United States NSF55 "ultraviolet microbial water treatment equipment" standard and national living and drinking water UV sterilizer industry standard CJ/T204-2000. 

 

Model

Water flow

(T/Hr)

Power

(W)

Dimensions

 (mm)

Inlet/Outlet

Size

Max Pressure

(Mpa)

OZ-UV3T

3

40×1

950×125×250

1″

0.8

OZ-UV5T

5

40×2

950×138×280

1.2″

OZ-UV8T

8

40×3

950×170×310

1.5″

OZ-UV12T

12

40×4

950×195×335

2″

OZ-UV15T

15

40×5

950×195×335

2″

OZ-UV20T

20

80×3

950×205×405

2.5″

OZ-UV25T

25

80×4

950×275×465

2.5″

OZ-UV30T

30

120×3

1250×275×545

3″

 

UV System for Swimming Pool Water Disinfection

All swimming pools, whether municipal or private, require disinfection to reduce the micro biological counts of the water. Traditionally, chlorine based disinfectants are used.

These chlorine disinfectants cause problems due to the formation of chlorinated by-products, like chloramines.

The formation of chloramines is due to the reaction of chlorine with ammonia (or urea), which are shed by bathers. These chloramines cause "red eyes", skin irritation, the characteristic pool smell and are claimed to be carciogenic. By the use of an Ultra Violet disinfection system, the concentration of chloramines is significantly reduced.

During several test trails with UV disinfection on municipal swimming pools the overall chlorine consumption was reduced with an average of 50% without an increase of bacterial counts in the water. The concentration chloramines was even more drastically reduced, due to the breakdown of the formed chloramines by Ultra Violet light and the reduced formation of chloramines due to the lower chlorine dosage.

An additional advantage of the reduction of chloramines is the reduced aging of the fabrics in and around the swimming pool.