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UV Pure

UV Pure

  • It is a better mousetrap. Proven since 1998 in over 12,000 applications, globally.
  • It means effective treatment in conditions 10 times worse than conventional “light in a pipe” UV systems can handle.
  • It means a disinfection dose 2.4 times greater than conventional UV systems for the same energy input and cost.
  • It means no fouled quartz, no messy, costly, manual cleaning, and no broken quartz.
  • It means easy lamp changes.
  • It means no false alarms from overheating.
  • It means no operator exposure to the water stream.
  • It means Pure safe water. Always®

  • Highest UV Dose – proprietary high-output long-life lamps
  • Closed UV reactor so no concrete channels and weirs required on wastewater applications
  • Built in turbulence generators increase dose
  • Elliptical reflectors target & deactivate pathogens from 360°
  • Dual smart UV sensors monitor UV intensity dose and UV transmittance
  • Built-in microprocessor monitoring with visual and audible alarm notification
  • Lamps air-cooled – operate at most effective UV output at all times
  • Dry contacts for remote alarm monitoring, and stop/start
  • One sensor for each lamp – no short circuiting if lamp fails
  • Automatic fail-safe shut-off solenoid valve – if the water is running, the water is safe
  • Automatic mechanical quartz cleaning system – quartz does not foul
  • No quartz cleaning, so no risk of quartz breakage
  • Lamps mounted in air – easy to replace, no system draining required
  • Water softening is not required, saving money and the environment
  • No need to have redundant systems for cleaning lamp modules
  • No need to shut down water flow for manual cleaning quartz sleeves
  • Flexible stainless FIP connection for quick and simple installation
  • Compact size – ballast and lamps mounted on frame
  • Simple to expand treatment capacity by adding more UV modules
  • No need to form concrete channels and overhead lifting hardware
  • Waste water effluent can be piped to any discharge location at any level

UV Pure - 001

Most Effective UV Treatment
  • Validated to reduce pathogens to safe levels – minimum of 99.99% reduction, in real world conditions – not just in a test lab
  • Effective in very low UVT wastewater and surface water treatment applications
  • Effective in a water ten times harder than conventional UV systems
  • Elliptical reflectors focus energy 360° – ending UV shadowing
  • Reflective technology reuses energy with elliptical reflectors means 2.4 times more efficiency with the same input energy as conventional UV systems
  • Lamps are air cooled, do not overheat meaning no loss of dose in no-flow or low-flow conditions
  • Lamp output optimized for a broad range of air and water temperatures
Crossfire Technology is self-cleaning
  • Automatic mechanical self-cleaning
  • Eliminates quartz fouling from minerals and bio-film and operator exposure to potentially toxic wastewater
  • No risk of false alarms due to fouling
  • No need for water softeners ahead of the UV system in potable applications like conventional UV requires
Smart technology engineered to be fail safe and risk free
  • Dual smart UV sensors continuously monitor UV Dose, Lamp Intensity (UVI), and net UV Transmittance (UVT)
  • 4-20 mA output available
  • Digital monitor, visual, and audible alarms and event notifications
  • On-board data logging and self-diagnostic trouble shooting logic
  • Automatic solenoid shut-off valve
  • Hard contacts for remote start/stop and remote alarm
Engineered to be virtually maintenance free
  • Simple and easy lamp changes
  • Engineered to eliminate nuisance alarms
  • Standard power conditioner protects against surges and brown-outs (115 volt models)
Low operating and total lifetime costs
  • Industry leading Warranty
  • No cost of water softening equipment for effective treatment like conventional UV systems
  • Automatic self-cleaning means no labor to clean quartz, no quartz breakage costs
  • Quick lamp replacement time reduces labor costs
  • Low energy costs and inexpensive long-lasting LPHO lamps
  • Simple, inexpensive power requirements – single phase 115 or 240 volt
  • No special infrastructure required for mounting, template included
  • Redundancy incorporated in multiplexed higher flow applications – no extra unit(s) needed
Quick and easy to install
  • Small footprint and compact size minimizes cost per square foot
  • Standard Stainless Steel flexible hoses mean no hard piping
  • No extra, wasted space required for lamp removal
  • 24 hour initialization programming manages first time use minimizing commissioning wait time (H15xs and all Upstream models)
Ineffective UV treatment
  • Validation standards vary, potable systems often based on levels not up to real world conditions
  • Not effective in low UVT water
  • UV Shadowing allows pathogens to transit alive
  • Wastewater applications require laborious and dangerous frequent cleaning of quartz sleeves
  • Potable water applications require expensive and complex water softeners upstream of the UV system to keep quartz sleeves from fouling, thereby reducing dose and causing alarms
  • Only one path length of disinfecting energy – inefficient as most turns to heat
  • Lamps overheat in no-flow or low-flow conditions causing drop in output and alarms
  • Very cold water causes lamps to cool resulting in a drop in UV output and alarms
Quartz fouling a common occurrence that reduces effectiveness
  • Means a drop in UV intensity and dose, therefore ineffective treatment
  • Requires decommissioning, disassembly, manual cleaning with acid and frequently results in broken quartz
  • If quartz breaks there is a risk of quartz shards in the water channel and requires replacement with a new quartz sleev, a common occurrence.
Even the most advanced systems with a UV sensor are “dumb”
  • A single sensor looks through a quartz window, the water channel, the quartz sleeve protecting the lamp, at the UV lamp. If it sees a drop in energy below a set point it alarms…but does not know what caused it.
  • When in alarm, an operator must decommission the system, disassemble the system, clean the sensor window, clean the quartz, replace the lamp and reassemble, hoping that one or more actions fixed the problem; there is no diagnostic capability – the sensor is “dumb”.
  • Even in multiple lamp systems, there is only one sensor. In this case, in addition to the problems caused by being “dumb” there is a leap of faith that the condition of the lamp the single sensor is monitoring is the same as all of the other lamps not being monitored. All lamps except the one the sensor is looking at could be below standard and the sensor would not see that.
  • Because the sensors in these systems are immersed in water, egress of water into their housings is a common occurrence causing failure.
  • There is no capacity to measure UVI or UV transmittance with a single sensor – only the combined effect of lamp, quartz sleeve, water and sensor window. There is no capability to provide discrete UVI and UVT data like Crossfire Technology with multiple smart sensors.
  • Automatic solenoid valves, if installed, are prone to shutting down the water in false alarm conditions caused by quartz fouling or overheating.
Ongoing maintenance and false alarms are a fact of life
  • Fouling is common requiring manual cleaning with acid or an expensive water softener to prevent it in potable treatment applications.
  • Lamp changes are finicky, require as much outboard room as the length of the system and often result in broken quartz or lamps.
  • Often systems are not installed with enough clearance room to change lamps and then have to be decommissioned and removed just to change lamps.
  • Over-heating in no-flow and low conditions or hot water applications and fouling cause false alarms
  • Cold water can also cause alarms
  • No power conditioner included so ballast and microprocessor are subject to failure in power surges and brown out situations – warranties may not cover this failure mode