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UV disinfection

For:family houses, small-sized water sources, drinking water treatment plants

Main Fields of Application


  • Of drinking waters
  • Of waste waters
  • Of swimming pools and water holiday resorts
  • Of technological waters in the food processing, pharmaceutical and electrical industry

Disinfection by UV Radiation

As a means of disinfection, UV (ultraviolet) radiation is environment-friendly and its popularity grows dynamically.

UV radiation destroys the genetic structure of microorganisms and renders reproduction impossible. By doing so it kills them. UV radiation destroys effectively bacteria, viruses and cysts. What is of top importance is the fact it kills certain types of viruses that are resistant to conventional chlorination process.

Disinfection effect of UV radiation shows up within 205 – 315 nm. The applied low-pressure mercury (or amalgam) discharge lamps emit a wavelength of 254 nm that is very close to the maximum disinfection effect (260 nm). Sufficient time to kill the microorganisms is mere 3 – 5 s.


  • Waste water treatment plants
  • Water treatment plants
  • Waste water recycling
  • Swimming pools and water holiday resorts
  • Food industry
  • Hospitals
  • Pharmaceutical industry
  • Electrical industry
  • Beauty industry
  • Fish farms


  • Low acquisition and operational costs
  • The method is environment friendly (no chemicals)
  • Harmless for human health
  • No changes to the chemical or physical properties of water
  • Quick and reliable disinfection within seconds
  • Life of UV lamps is longer than 1.5 year
  • UV units can be used in the pressure systems (up to 10 bar)
  • Sophisticated automated system to monitor the lamps and doses of UV radiation
  • Universal design allows for additional increase of capacity
  • Ideal for waste water recycling
  • Optional lamp replacement under operation
  • Easy installation, operation and maintenance