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Ultraviolet (ultraviolet) is briefly referred to as UV. Different wavelengths of sunlight that cannot be seen with the naked eye are called sun rays.


The ultraviolet device destroys the cell structures of microorganisms such as bacteria, viruses and fungi in the water with the ultraviolet rays emitted by the UV lamp inside. All cell activities of the destroyed creature, including reproduction, stop and cell death occurs. Ultraviolet device consists of four parts: stainless steel body, uv lamp cover, uv lamp and control panel. Devices developed for UV disinfection are equipped with special UV lamps that produce UV rays with a wavelength of 254 nm. While the water to be disinfected flows from the stainless steel body it is exposed to intense UV rays microorganisms in the water become ineffective. This process is called "microbiological treatment". Ultraviolet is an effective disinfection method that destroys pathogenic and pyrogenic bacteria, viruses, fungi and other microorganisms by 99.999%. Since heat and chemicals are not used in this method, there is no change in the taste and composition of the water at the end of the disinfection. In order for UV rays to have full effect, the water must be subjected to a correct filtration process, the application must be after storage and before final use, and an Ultraviolet system with a suitable flow rate must be selected.

Usage areas

  • food industry,

  • cosmetics industry

  • pharmaceutical industry

  • dialysis machines,

  • UV systems are often used in hot water lines.

  • Mineral water or natural spring water bottling facilities,

  • Activated carbon filters suitable for bacteria production and after or before resin water softening devices are often used by UV systems.

  • Against some parasites that have gained resistance to chlorine, a UV device can be used in addition to chlorination.

  • UV systems are used in the disinfection of wastewater.

  • UV Device is frequently used to prevent bacteria formation on membranes.

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