APPLICATION : AIR CONDITIONONG
Bacteria control without using toxic chemicals
How the system works
The cooling tower unit contains it own circulating pump, which draws water from the cooling tower basin and passes it through a sand filter, then through the UV unit and back into the cooling tower basin. Back washing of the sand filter is done automatically by a fully programmable digital timer using solenoid valves, although it can be done manually if required.
- It can run 24 hours per day, 365 days per year while giving a consistently high level of protection from infestations, such as Legionella pneumophila, which causes Legionaires disease.
- Quick and easy installation, often without needing to shut down the cooling tower.
Small enclosed units
UV model numbers CT LC30, CT LC80 and CT LC110. The unit includes pump, UV unit, programmable digital timer, automatic back wash sand filter, interconnecting pipework and wiring, back wash water tank and central inlet power point. All equipment except the filter, are mounted inside an enclosure. Also available are; TDS monitor control systems and test kits.
Large enclosed units
UV model numbers CT52L, CT100L. The unit includes a pump, UV unit, programmable digital timer, automatic back wash sand filter, interconnecting pipe work and wiring, TDS controller, chemical injection pump, test kits, back wash water tank and a central inlet power point all mounted inside a roller door enclosure.
Correctly sized UV Ultraviolet Disinfection Systems can be easily incorporated into the existing basin. Water volume is calculated and UV unit sized in order to turn over the entire volume of water every 10-60 minutes. A circulating pump takes water from one side of the basin, passing through a filter, then through the UV unit, and the disinfected water is returned to the opposite side of the basin.