UV Water Filter Systems

Ultra violet (UV) light, a natural component of sunlight, encompasses a specific range of wavelengths in the light spectrum. It possesses a unique ability to damage the DNA molecules within bacteria, viruses, and other microorganisms, rendering them unable to replicate and survive, thus eliminating potential harm. This remarkable natural process allows for environmentally friendly and dependable water disinfection without the need for chemical additives. The roots of UV water filtration trace back to the early 1900s, but it gained significant traction in the 1950s and 1960s, and since then, it has become increasingly popular and prevalent.

Today, UV water filtration systems are widely employed across numerous industries worldwide, including hospitals, hotels, schools, power stations, drinking water treatment facilities, dairies, cheese factories, fish farms, food and beverage production, water fountains, electronics manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, and more. Moreover, UV systems have also emerged as an excellent water filtration solution for residential use.

UV Disinfection Systems

A UV water purifier exposes living organisms, such as bacteria, viruses, or cysts (like Cryptosporidium and Giardia) to a germicidal ultraviolet wavelength. With enough energy, UV radiation at the 254-nm wavelength disrupts the DNA in pathogenic microorganisms so they cannot reproduce.


UV Disinfection System

Flow rate up to 3.11M³h


UV Disinfection System

Flow rate up to 5.83M³h


UV Disinfection System

Flow rate up to 6.5M³h


UV Disinfection System

Flow rate up to 7.96M³h


UV Disinfection System

Flow rate up to 8.16M³h


UV Disinfection System

Flow rate up to 12.65M³h


UV Disinfection System

Flow rate up to 17.13M³h


UV Disinfection System

Flow rate up to 13.55M³h


UV Disinfection System

Flow rate up to 18M³h


UV Disinfection System

Flow rate up to 23.90M³h


UV Disinfection System

Flow rate up to 40.16M³h


UV Disinfection System

Flow rate up to 62.22M³h

Choosing Your UV Water Filter System

While UV water filter systems offer a host of advantages, it’s important to note that they may face challenges in water with high levels of suspended solids, turbidity, coloration, nitrates, sulfites, iron, or hardness. In such cases, pre-filtration or other treatment methods may be necessary to prepare the water for UV disinfection effectively.

UV water filter systems come in various sizes to accommodate different applications. The AS200UV system, for instance, is designed for undersink installation to provide filtered water at a dedicated faucet. Larger systems can be installed under the sink to supply the kitchen faucet or placed externally for whole-house applications


Key Advantages of UV Water Filter Systems:

No Toxic By-Products: Unlike chemical disinfection methods, UV treatment generates no harmful by-products. It provides a clean and eco-friendly way to purify water.

Precise Dosage: UV systems allow for precise dosage control, eliminating the risk of overdosing the treated water. This ensures maximum efficiency without the need for complex calculations.

Temperature and pH Insensitivity: UV treatment is not sensitive to variations in water temperature or pH levels. It delivers consistent results under diverse conditions.

No Residual Taste or Odor: UV treatment leaves no taste or odor in the water. You can enjoy the natural taste of clean, fresh water without any lingering aftertaste.

Rapid Disinfection: UV systems require only a few seconds of contact time to effectively disinfect water, in contrast to chemical disinfection methods that may take several minutes.

Simple Installation: UV filter systems are easy to install and require minimal space. They can be integrated into existing water supply systems with ease.

Low Operating Costs: UV systems are cost-effective in the long run, with low maintenance requirements and reduced energy consumption.

Preservation of Minerals: UV treatment does not alter the mineral content of water, ensuring it remains healthy and balanced.