Validation & DWI guidelines. your questions answered at IWEX
With atg UV systems treating in excess of 2000 m3/hr daily, Ultraviolet disinfection is no longer an ‘emerging' technology. atg UV Technology will be attending IWEX 2010, (Stand ENW3) and in addition to exhibiting their wide selection of conventional UV disinfection systems and services, technical experts will be on hand to discuss the developments in both UV technology, the subsequent acceptance of UV disinfection as an acceptable and recommended municipal treatment by the DWI (Drinking Water Inspectorate) and how the rules regarding Validation and log reduction effect the various applications within the municipal industry.
atg UV Technology have vast experience in providing Validated UV systems to the municipal industry worldwide. Using the mandate of the US EPA Ultraviolet Disinfection Guidance Manual 2006 (UVDGM - The world's strictest validation standard). atg UV have designed and developed a large range of UV systems specifically for municipal applications that are fully compliant with the requirements of the US EPA UVDGM 2006, and have been independently validated to demonstrate performance under a variety of operating conditions.
atg UV Technology's in-depth working knowledge of the US EPA UVDGM 2006, and vast experience in supplying validated systems to drinking water and waste water companies worldwide uniquely places atg UV as an industry expert on Ultraviolet disinfection for municipal applications, including validation, log reduction, RED Dose, installation into existing infrastructures, ongoing industry regulation and future product development.
atg UV's product range offers fully validated systems that deliver a 1 - 5 log reduction of Cryptosporidium for flows as small as 10 m3/hr to over 2000 M3/hr within a single high output, small footprint, medium pressure system. For larger flows, systems are offered as packages, utilising units placed in either series or parallel configurations.