With ProMinent Dulcodes UV Plants, reliable and chemical-free water treatment for disinfection purposes and degradation of unwanted components are possible. Easy installation, low maintenance and a variety of types, result in most economical projects for multiple applications.
The Selection Guide supports you in pre-selecting the right Dulcodes UV system for your application.
Applications: Disinfection of drinking water and process water
Flow rate: up to 4 m³/h (depending on the type of transmission)
UV Plants of thin layer construction type with high-flux radiators
Applications: disinfection of cloudified or coloured process and effluent water
Flow rate: up to 33 m³/h (depending on the type of transmission)
UV plants of plastics with high-flux radiators
Applications: Radiation of salt water
Flow rate: up to 170 m³/h (depending on the type of transmission)
Dulcodes S UV treatment systems are suitable for a photochemical degradation of combined chlorine (chloramine) in swimming pool water treatment.
Flow: up to 750 m3/h (depending on transmission rate and radiation intensity)
Dulcodes A UV treatment systems are ideal for the photochemical decomposition of combined chlorine (chloramines) in the treatment of swimming pool water.
Dulcodes Z UV disinfection systems serve the disinfection of drinking and industrial water and can be used - depending on transmission - for flows between 2 and 230 m3/h.
UV system Dulcodes R with high-performance Opti-Flux lamps and manual wiper.Applications: disinfecting drinking water and process water, as well as photochemical reduction of chloramines in swimming pool water.Flow rate: up to 438 m3/h (depending of the type of transmission and radiation dose).
UV Plants with high-flux radiators for the radiation of various waters.
Flow rate: up to 600 m³/h (depending on the type of transmission)
UV Plants with Powerline Mean Effective Pressure Radiators
Applications: Disinfection of large amounts of water as well as the photo-oxidative degradation of Chloramines, Chlorine, Chlorine Dioxide and Ozone.
Flow rate: up to 800 m³/h (depending on the type of transmission)