Following several treatment stages, municipal effluent undergoes tertiary filtration and disinfection. While disinfection can be carried out using chemicals, its hazardous impact on the environment and the handling risks presents major challenges. That’s why municipalities are opting for chemical-free UV treatment.
Current UV solutions feature numerous lamps which consume energy and are complex to replace. The lack of adequate monitoring and control causes inefficient water treatment.
With a successful proven record in closed vessels
for wastewater treatment around the world,
our low pressure, high-intensity system features
an optimized design delivering enhanced performance,
based on Atlantium’s years of experience in designing,
providing, and servicing thousands of UV systems.
The design is based on the most powerful validated CFD-I process, the UV system serves different flow rates and water conditions.
Atlantium’s UV system is designed with
optimized flow adjustment structure for eliminating escape route
and increasing system’s efficiency, and with unique sensors
to continuously monitor UVT levels and lamp operational indicators,
which ensure reliable and efficient high disinfection levels -
without the headache!
Easy access for
Lamp cleaning mechanism
enables easy maintenance
Lamp ON indicator
Built-in UVT sensors indicate which lamp needs to be replaced
Easy replacement of lamps - without removing the
Advanced and powerful LP
high intensity 1000W lamps = optimal performance with fewer lamps and smaller foot print
Power adjusted from 50% to 100% according to ongoing water quality monitoring
Vertical installation expresses in high energy efficiency -
Less UV photons escape
from the water
Water level sensor
Atlantium’s field-proven Hydro-Optic™ (HOD) UV solution
takes water safety to new levels, providing municipalities with sustainable and measurable treatment. As world leaders in UV water treatment, we have a proven track record of providing municipalities with sustainable, long-term, and high-performance systems.
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