Hand Rock Cleaning UV water Sterilizer SS304 Closed Chamber
1.UV sterilizers use the 304# stainless steel inside and outside.
2.The main internal and external are polished to enhance the UV
3.Assembling with the high purity quartz tube, matching with the
appropriation uv lamp tube for water treatment, sterilization
strong, long time, stable and reliable operation, it’s bactericidal
efficiency is more than 99%.
4.Lifetime is more than 8000 hours.
5.Widely applied in medicine, food, drink, life, life and
electronics and other fields.
High efficiency with low power consumption
Our Ultraviolet Water Treatment Systems disinfect your water
without changing its chemical composition and physical structure by
eliminating 99.99% of all bacteria and virus content with the use
of ultraviolet light. A.O. Smith Ultraviolet Water Treatment
Systems are used in a wide array of different applications from low
and high capacity potable water treatment, the treatment of
residual water from industrial processes and also the treatment of
waste water. Thanks to high density amalgam lamps, you can obtain
high efficiency with low power consumption.
Ultraviolet devices possess a high quality, stainless steel reactor
housing. All welding is conducted using the plasma arc-fusion
method and the reactor housing is passivized through
electropolishing. High quality UV lamps and high permeability
quartz sleeves yield the highest sterilization performance along
with various other long-term operational benefits. The high flow
rate and modular design of the ultraviolet devices that have been
designed by A.O. Smith Water Technologies utilizing long years of
experience and high engineering technology offer you water
disinfection capabilities in all capacities
How does UltraViolet light work on disinfecting water?
Ultraviolet (UV) light is one of the few FDA approved methods of
disinfecting water. There are many benefits to UV systems versus
chlorine disinfection such as : no chemical additives, no smell, no
risk of overdosing, safer and easier to maintain.
The way it works is by allowing water to enter the chamber of the
UV housing. Water never touches the lamp itself but moves around a
quartz sleeve which protects the water from ever touching the
As the microorganisms get hit by the UV rays, their DNA gets
damaged and they become "sterile" and unable to replicate. As they
leave the UV housing and enter the home, it's important to
understand that these microorganisms are still alive. However,
these "sterilized" bacteria and viruses cannot replicate and
therefore die over time or by our own body's white blood cells.
1.Food processing industry, including juices, milk, drinks, beer,
practical oil and canned food.
3.Hospitals, various laboratory and high levels of pathogenic body
4.Households building, residential, office buildings, hotels,
restaurants, water factories.
5.Purification and disinfection of shellfish, fish cleaning and
6.Military camp, field water supply system
7.Urban wastewater disinfection.
8.Swimming pool, other recreational water disinfection
9.Thermal power, nuclear power plant industrial, central air
conditioning system cooling water.
10.Biological, chemical and pharmaceutical, cosmetics for the
production of cooling water.
11.Sea water, fresh water breeding, aquaculture water
12.Agricultural water disinfection
Optimal service condition:
As UV is a short- wavelength light wave, it has low radiant energy
and weak penetrating power
and can only kill the microorganisms it directly radiates on.
Therefore, in order to enhance the
bacteria-killing efficiency and ensure the security of drinking
water, the incoming water into the
sterilizer must meet the following standard, (and if exceeding the
following standard, the killing
efficiency may be affected).
Total iron content
Less than 0.3ppm(0.3mg/L)
Less than 0.05ppm(0.05mg/L)
Total suspended matter
Less than 10 mg/L
Less than 0.05 mg/L
Less than 120 mg/L
Less than 15centigrade
flange or thread
Q. Do these systems come in different sizes?
A. Yes. The size of the systems is directly proportional to the
flow rate of the water in gallons per minute. The higher the flow
rate, the larger the system and lamp.
Q. Does the water have to sit in the UV sterilizer to be
A. No. If the system is sized correctly, the water is disinfected
as it flows through.
Q. How long does the lamp last?
A. The lamps last approximately 10,000 hours. That is why we
recommend replacement approximately every 12 - 14 months of
continuous operation. After this period, the lamp itself becomes
solarized and blocks the rays form entering the water.
Q. My water is sometimes cloudy. Is that a problem?
A. Yes. The water that enters the ultraviolet sterilizer must be
absolutely clear and have a turbidity of less than 1 NTU. If your
water is cloudy, then it must be pretreated.
Q. My water is very high in hardness and iron. Is that a problem?
A. Yes. The water to be sterilized must be free of iron, manganese,
tannins, and other minerals that can build up on the quartz sleeve.
Some of our UV sterilizers come with wipers that allow cleaning of
the UV sterilizer quartz sleeve without disassembly. The quartz
sleeve should be periodically inspected to make sure it is clean.
Use an iron filter, or a softener ahead of the UV sterilizer for
trouble-free operation if you are on well water high in iron or
Q. How can I tell if it is working?
A. All of the systems come with a "glow plug" so you can tell if
the lamp is glowing. You can also order an optional light monitor
that actually measures the rays and lets you see the intensity. The
product water should be periodically tested for coliforms.
Q. What if the power goes off?
A. If the power goes off, no disinfection will take place if water
flows through the system. If power failures are common, a fail-safe
optional solenoid valve can be installed that shuts off all water
flowing if the power goes off.