Aquaray - Model SLP-WF - UV Systems
The SLP units can treat chlorine-resistant species such as Cryptosporidium parvum. The high-power, low-pressure lamp has a stable UVC output over a wider temperature range. The low pressure amalgam lamps are powered by electronic ballasts. The lamps are inserted in pure quartz tubes isolating them from the water. The lamps can be easily changed when indicated by the micro-processor control unit. A UV sensor is installed to monitor UV radiation. The complete thimble and lamp assembly can be removed in one piece for easier maintenance.
- Water Features
- High efficiency reactor with in-line water inlet
- Exceptional lamps average life time of 16,000 h
- User friendly operator interface microprocessor controlled
- Easy to install in new or existing water plants
- Optional automatic wiper system
- The reactor can be mounted horizontal or vertical
UV TECHNOLOGY: SLP-WF
The Aquaray SLP-WF units provides a reliable protection against biological contaminants commonly found in pond or water features. The germicidal effect of the UV light inactivates most micro-organisms such as bacteria, viruses and parasits. UV is known to be particularly efficient to inactivate Cryptosporidium Parvum and Giardia Lamblia.
The UV dose (UV Intensity x contact time) defines the treatment efficiency which is provided by the unit. The effective dose applied depends on the UV transmittance of water to be treated as well as the proper hydraulic design of the unit.
HOW IT WORKS
The low pressure amalgam lamps are powered by electronic ballasts. The lamps are inserted in pure quartz thimbles isolating them from the water. The lamps can be easily changed when indicated by the micro-processor control unit.
A UV sensor is available as an option to monitor UV intensity.
The periodic maintenance of the system has been made very easy by allowing the removal of the full lamp assembly.