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While the most common application of UV in water treatment is disinfection, it's also used for chlorine and chloramine destruction, TOC (Total Oxidizable Carbon) reduction and ozone destruction.

Ultraviolet (UV) is a powerful technology that has been successfully deployed in several diverse industries such as pharmaceutical, semiconductor, power generation, food and beverage, cosmetics, aquaculture, health care, etc. for several decades.

While the most common application of UV in water treatment is disinfection, its powerful energy can also be harnessed in many other applications.

Aquafine UV Applications in Water Treatment

Primary Advantages of UV

  • Environmentally friendly - UV radiation does not ‘add’ anything to the water stream such as undesirable color, odor, chemicals, taste or flavor, nor does it generate harmful by-products. It only imparts energy to the water stream in the form of ultraviolet radiation to accomplish the process of disinfection, TOC reduction or ozone destruction.
  • User friendly – for operators.
  • Effective and compact – requires less space than other methods.
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