Selection of the right UVOX-System
A pre-requiste for the UVOX System is a defined UV irradiation dose rate measured in mJ/cm² at the end of the service life of the UVOX Lamp.
This minimum UV-Intensity is a function of:
- lamp efficiency (Lamp Output in UV-C)
- retention or dwell time of the cells exposed to UV-C light, which results in the flow rate through reaction chamber
- the UV-Transmission through the fluid, which is determined by the layer density and the clouding of the water.
Depending upon the application UVOX guarantees a certain minimum UV- Intensity (in mJ/ cm²):
|A||Drinking Water||25,00 mJ/cm2|
|B||Process Water||12,50 mJ/cm2|
|C||Swimming pools||12,50 mJ/cm2|
|D||Natural Pools, Swimming ponds (without Algae)||25,00 mJ/cm2|
|E||Ponds, Fishhatcheries, Aquaria, Zoos||12,50 mJ/cm2|
Control by measurements
The UV-Compact measures the UV intensity of the water, the water temperature and the internal temperature of the UVOX system. This ensures the proper functioning of the UVOX.
A redox measurement provides information about the currently existing oxidation power of the water. The increase of the redox potential due to the ozone supply is informative. For some process water applications, the UVOX Redox Pilot therefore measures the redox potential in two places: once before and once after the ozone injection. This allows an optimal and stepless adjustment of the ozone supply for the best possible result.
As result of this you can select your UVOX System:
UV-Transmission at t=10 / 90%
|UVOX-System||flow rate m³/h|
in different classes:
|volume basin in m³ in different classes:|