UV light source called a lamp or bulb. Class B UV systems typically deliver a dose of 16 mJ/cm2, and are normally chosen by people on municipally treated water or private water supplies unlikely to be unsafe. Class A systems deliver a dose of 30 to 40 mj/cm2, enough to be used on water supplies which are not considered safe. A dose of 40/cm2 is recognized by Health Canada as sufficient for this type of application. As there are a variety of wattages for the lamp, ensure your replacement bulb is the one the manufacturer recommends for that unit.
1.Power source should be 220V--230V AC,50HZ
2.The Ballast Is With Lamp State Indicating Light
3.The Germicidal UV Lamp with 8000-9000 hours rated operation life.
4.Standard Material For Chamber Is 304ss,316lss Is Optional.
5.The designed pressure resistance for chamber:0.7MPA
6.The Chamber Is With Mechanical Polishing. Electrochemical Polishing Is Optional.
7.Temperature Monitor And UV Monitor For Option
8.View-Window On The Chamber Is As Standard Accessory
1. Drinking water disinfection, tap water, pure water,
2. Food and beverage water, industrial process water.
3. Swimming pool and spa, scenery water, irrigation water.
4. Waste water disinfection
5. Cooling tower and RO system.
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