-The purification of raw water from local resources (wells, boreholes,...) -The waters stored in reserve and then recycled for sanitary use. -Ttreatment of swimming pool water.
- Destruction of organic pollutants. -Kills algae spores and prevents the excessive proliferation of algae in your ponds, ponds...
Stainless steel set
External dimensions: 63mm X 950 mm
Weight: 2.5 Kg
Input and output: o 3/4 "male thread"
Max pressure: 6 bar
Recommended maximum capacity: 3 m3/h
Warranty: 2 years
Philips UV lamp:
The UV light is integrated in the body of the reactor Lamp power: 40 W 36 T 5 et 4 p SE GERMICIDAL UVC Supply voltage: 230 V mono Average life: 9,000 hours Warranty: 2 years
The reactor independent 12v transformer
Power supply: 230 V / 50 Hz
Power consumption: 40 W
Operation indicator light
To optimize the effectiveness of the UV sterilizer, it is important to ensure the good quality of the water to be treated. To do this, we strongly recommend that you install one or more filters upstream, according to the nature of the sediments to filter.
What can make a difference
There is no micro-organism known the Ultra violet, in contrast to the treatment of water with chlorine-resistant. The UV is known to be highly effective against bacteria, viruses, algae. In practice, the bacteria and viruses are the cause of many pathogenic diseases carried by water. Of these viruses, the hepatitis virus and legionnaire's disease have demonstrated faculties to survive for considerable periods of time to treatment with chlorine, but are easily removed by UV treatment. For most microorganisms, effectiveness of UV against microbiological contaminants such as bacteria and the virus usually exceed 99.99%.
UV water treatment is very effective (99.99% +) against; salmonella (typhoid fever), salmonella enteritidis (gastroenteritis), vibrio cholerae (cholera), Mycobacetrium tuberculosis (TB), Legionella pneumophila (Legionella), influenza, polio, and Hepatitus.