Industrial Water Processes


Aquaculture The lifeblood of today’s aquaculture industry is water.  Concerns over source water for facilities incubating fish eggs and rearing juveniles continue to increase while water abundance and purity continue to decrease.  Ultraviolet (UV) light disinfection systems play an important role in a total water treatment process used in fish hatcheries and rearing facilities.  UV disinfection systems have been proven to be the most cost effective systems for destroying pathogenic micro-organisms in hatchery waters. Similar UV doses are effective at inactivating a host of bacteria, viruses and protozoa which can initiate disease in the hatchery and its rearing facilities.
    (TrojanUVLogic model shown)
 Food and Beverage The Food & Beverage market includes diverse industries, such as Bottle Water, Food Packaging, Crop Irrigation, Carbonated & Non-Carbonated Beverages, Dairy Plants, Meat and Poultry processors. Ultraviolet (UV) technology has been successfully used in these related industries for control of pathogen microorganisms. While the most common application for UV radiation in water treatment is disinfection, the technology can also be utilized in TOC reduction, ozone destruction and chlorine/chloramine destruction.

(SCD H model shown)
 Life Sciences Life Sciences covers several branches of science, such as biology, medicine, even dialysis which deal with living organisms and their organization, life processes, and relationships to each other and their environment. UV technology represents a powerful technology that has been successfully deployed in the Life Sciences industries for several decades. While the most common application for UV radiation in water treatment is disinfection, the technology can also be utilized in TOC reduction, ozone destruction, and chlorine/chloramine destruction. 
(CSL model shown)
Recreational Water Indoor and outdoor recreational pools, water parks, spray parks, spas and other recreational water facilities require a high degree of disinfection to protect a potentially large number of bathers from waterborne microorganisms. Increasingly, pool designers are incorporating ultraviolet (UV) treatment to ensure clean water that is free from disinfection by-products, swimming pool odor, bacteria, and harmful pathogens.
(Optimax HX model shown)

Medical Facilities and Laboratories

These compact and economical units are used for low flow applications such as laboratory and medical facility water, life sciences make-up process, final electronic component rinsing and recirculation loops.  SP models produce little change in water temperature, even after prolonged periods of no water flow, making this system ideal for water vending machines. The SL-1 and MP-2-SL models can be configured for TOC reduction or ozone destruction applications found in high purity or ultrapure water processes, as in the life sciences industry.

(SP & SL models shown)