SS1575/A SS Range Ultra Violet Sterilisation System 152-166 LPM (9.1/10.0 m3/hr)
Includes: 304 stainless steel axial flow reactor, high purity quartz sleeve, 304 stainless steel controller to IP40, 1.5" male BSP ports, 365 days lamp life, mounting clamps
UV disinfection technology is widely used around the world to ensure safe water free from bacteria without the use of chlorine or other unpleasant chemicals, eliminating the risk of overdosing or imparting bad taste.
The SS range of ultra violet systems all utilise low pressure mercury vapour discharge lamps to produce ultraviolet light at the 254 nm wavelength (UVC) which is lethal to micro-organisms.
The stainless steel chamber incorporates a high purity quartz sleeve around the lamp.
As water passes through the chamber, UVC light penetrates and destroys the cell structure of micro-organisms in the water.
Installation is simple, and once fitted, the system requires no attention and only periodic maintenance.
Due to efficient design and the use of high quality components, running costs are extremely low, and the lamp requires only annual replacement.
The chamber is manufactured from hygienic 316L grade stainless steel ensuring strength, reliability and efficient hydraulic operation.
|In Depth||SS1575/A SS Range Ultra Violet Sterilisation System 152-166 LPM
Lamp power (watts) 75
Maximum flow rate (litres/min) 166
Lamp life (days) 365
Control panel options Type A/B
Standard connection (mbsp)* 1 1/2”
Overall length (mm) 1220
Maximum pressure (bar) 10
Type A - Supplied as standard. Stainless steel control box with lamp driver circuits. IP 40.
Type B - Polycarbonate enclosure incorporating lamp driver circuit and LFM-T system panel for user configurable safety features. (lamp run/fail indicator pre-wired) IP 54.
We supply the single lamp versions with Type A or B controllers – this is a British manufactured UV system and usually takes us a couple of days to build the controllers.
We would recommend two SS1575 units installed to run in parallel for a flow of around 20 m3/hr as this would be the most cost effective method rather than using any of the multi-lamp units. Pre-filtration for something of this magnitude would be the Watts Big Bubba - please call us for details.