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- Tailored Water Treatment Solutions.
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NEWater: Your Reliable Ultraviolet Disinfection Unit Provider
At NEWater, you can purchase your new UV disinfection unit efficiently and smoothly. From consumption to manufacturing and effluent, we deliver products that thoroughly disinfect all sorts of water with our latest UV disinfection technology. These UV disinfection units are not only chemical-free and environmentally friendly, but they also remove most harmful microbial contaminants from drinking water, while having a significant impact on cutting operating costs. Contact one of our professional customer service representatives today.
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Trusted NEWater Ultraviolet Disinfection Unit Manufacturer in China
NEWater is a market leader in the manufacturing of superior ultraviolet disinfection technologies. The NEWater Ultraviolet Disinfection Unit is developed to be your low-cost approach for water treatment in business and industrial settings, supplying 99% clean water. In addition to using the most up-to-date UV water disinfection procedures, it has an adjustable strategy that prohibits dangerous infections from spreading and makes the water readily available for direct utilization.
The Ultraviolet Disinfection Unit from NEWater is equipped with cutting-edge production technology, leading visual design, and on-site assistance to ensure successful delivery and installation. You can get in touch with our customer care team right now.
NEWater Ultraviolet Disinfection Unit Advantages
- It is safe and environmentally friendly.
- Low cost of operation.
- Ease of use/manageability.
- Take up less space than other methods.
- Ultraviolet light is incredibly capable of destroying bacteria.
- Eliminate 99.99 percent of hazardous microbiological pollutants from drinking water.
How Does The NEWater Ultraviolet Disinfection Unit Works?
NEWater Ultraviolet Disinfection Unit Applications
- Food and Beverage Industry.
- Swimming Pools.
- Centralized Water Supply.
- Biochemical and Pharmaceutical Industry.
- Wastewater Treatment and Regeneration.
NEWater Mission：Bring New Life for Water
NEWater has an independent large-scale production workshop, which is convenient for the control and supervision of product production quality. Strictly abide by production standards and provide detailed guarantees for all projects.
NEWater establishes SOP standardized operation process and strictly implements the work process. The professional project installation team, implement 5S on-site management. Equipped with standard safety facilities, investigating access conditions, and short construction time.
The safe transportation process does not have to worry about product damage and extends the construction period. NEWater has provided system equipment to thousands of companies around the world, which guarantees absolute product transportation.
How Long does the General Production Cycle Need to Wait?
NEWater’s treatment types of equipment are divided into a large system and a small system according to the water volume. The equipment is divided into portable water-making equipment, small modular equipment, skid-mounted equipment, and container-type equipment. According to different water volumes and customer requirements, we provide customized services.
Conventional small equipment takes 3-7 days, and large equipment takes 2-3 months. This is based on your requirements and water volume.
If I Need to Customize Equipment, What Data Need to be Provided?
- As the voltage and frequency of different countries are different, we first need the local voltage and frequency of electricity.
- How many gallons the water requirement per hour is
- The water quality of the source water and what requirements need to be met
- If you need to provide on-site installation services
Does the Equipment Need to be Installed On-site?
- Portable and small equipment — This is plug and play, it doesn’t need to be provided installation services. According to our instructions, you can install by yourself.
- Small modular equipment, skid-mounted equipment, and container equipment-we will reserve the interface for docking. If there are installation workers, we will provide installation instructions and installation instructions. If necessary, we can also send someone to install it.
- How to provide installation instructions —— We have installation instructions and installation videos. If necessary, we can provide free remote software to help you with remote video installation instructions.
How to Charge for Installation Service？
- We provide free installation instructions, with instruction manuals and installation videos
- Remote video installation guidance. If it is a large piece of equipment and the customer needs to install it by himself, then we will also provide free remote installation guidance service, but we need to plan a good time, within our working hours. Our working hours are from 9 o’clock to 18 o’clock Beijing time
- We send workers to install it. This needs to be based on the size of the project. If we have been designated to install it in the early stage, the installation service abroad will belong to our scope of work, and no additional charge is required.
- If we need to send someone to install it temporarily, we need to provide different charges according to different countries, installation technical requirements, and different types of technical work. Welcome to inquire.
How to Transport the Equipment?
There are several types of transportation, sea, air, and express
- If it is a small device and requires fast speed, we can provide door-to-door service by air and express, the normal transportation cycle is 5-10 days.
- If it is skid-mounted or container equipment, it is more appropriate to use the shipping method. The normal transportation cycle is 20-40 days.
What’s Your Payment Method?
Small equipment needs payment to delivery
For skid-mounted equipment and container equipment, 50% is prepaid, 30% is charged after video inspection, and 20% is charged before shipment.
Of course, we provide you with flexible ways of cooperation. Become our agents, and have more flexible support. Welcome to contact us.
Do You Provide Maintenance Services?
- NEWater provides free installation guidance and a one-year product warranty service. During the warranty service period, if there is an equipment problem, we provide free equipment repair or replacement services. If it is a manual operation, a fee will be charged. We can provide the required equipment replacement.
- We provide life-long after-sales service. NEWater has a full set of equipment and accessories, which can be replaced. Don’t worry about the failure of after-sales and maintenance.
- During the warranty period, NEWater provides all kinds of professional technical support, and if necessary. We also provide remote video guidance services.
- After the warranty period, NEWater also provides life-long after-sales maintenance, which requires a certain amount of manual service. There are also many matching accessories that can be replaced, so there is no need to worry about the later operation of the equipment.
Do You Provide Design Services?
Yes, we do.
For conventional small equipment, NEWater has standardized equipment. For large-scale skid-mounted and container equipment, we can design a process that meets the needs according to different water quality requirements.
At the same time, we carry out three-dimensional drawing designs according to different requirements and then communicate with customers to confirm.
After the design confirmation is completed, we then proceed to custom processing. So you don’t have to worry about our design and production capacity. We will provide you with the most professional technical support.
NEWater Ultraviolet Disinfection Unit
When it comes to UV disinfection units, NEWater has the most cost-effective options and offers the most customization options.
The UV disinfection units we offer utilize the most advanced UV disinfection technology available. In our UV disinfection units, the UV lamps are surrounded by protective chambers that prevent direct light contact with the water. When bacteria, viruses, and mold are exposed to the right amount of UV radiation they are successfully eliminated, resulting in fresh and clean drinking water.
NEWater’s UV water disinfection units provide the most effective water disinfection solution for every type of business, such as the food/beverage industry, biochemical/pharmaceutical industry, treating water in residential or commercial systems, etc. No chemicals are used while bringing great value to your company and reducing overhead costs.
Our R&D and engineering groups are ready to assist you when it comes to your water treatment requirements. This ensures that you will receive a UV disinfection unit that is of the highest standard, efficient, environmentally sustainable, and reliable. If you have any questions about our UV disinfection units, please send us an email at email@example.com.
The Ultimate FAQ Guide for Ultraviolet Disinfection Units.
Safe and purified water is extremely essential in safeguarding public health across the globe. Biologically contaminated water is responsible for millions of deaths annually arising from waterborne illnesses like diarrhea, typhoid, and cholera. The good news is that these pathogenic microorganisms responsible for causing and transmitting these devastating illnesses can be extracted from the water before they can cause any harm. This is primarily a consequence of advanced water purification technologies such as ultraviolet sterilization and chlorination. In our article today, we are mainly going to focus on ultraviolet disinfection units, how they work and why you need them.
- What is an Ultraviolet Disinfection Unit?
- What is the Role of an Ultraviolet Disinfection Unit?
- What is the Working Principle of Ultraviolet Disinfection Units?
- Which Types of Ultraviolet Lamps Are Used in UV Disinfection Units?
- What Conditions Must Feed Water for Ultraviolet Disinfection Units Meet?
- Which Factors Should I Consider When Purchasing an Ultraviolet Disinfection Unit?
- How Can I Properly Maintain my Ultraviolet Disinfection Unit?
- Which Pretreatment Technologies Supplement Best UV Disinfection Units?
➣What is an Ultraviolet Disinfection Unit?
An ultraviolet (UV) disinfection unit is a water purification machine designed to inactivate bacteria, viruses, and other pathogens using germicidal rays. The UV water purification system does not necessarily extract the microbial pathogens; it simply deactivates them by destroying their genetic makeup. Their effectiveness is constrained to living microorganisms’ removal hence they are often deployed as supplemental water purification systems.
UV water sterilizers hardly necessitate chemicals to disinfect water. This results in purified water that still has its authentic taste and odor. The germicidal radiation they exploit is often at a wavelength range of 253.7 nanometers, which facilitates the inactivation of 99.99% of the harbored pathogens. Additionally, the range of microbial pollutants inactivated using UV water disinfection is unlimited.
In the recent past, the use of ultraviolet disinfection units has proliferated tremendously. They are gradually replacing the use of chlorination and most municipalities have now incorporated them into their water purification plants. NEWater manufactures certified UV water disinfection units customized for industrial, household, and commercial applications in line with ISO 9001 guidelines.
➣What is the Role of an Ultraviolet Disinfection Unit?
Ultraviolet disinfection units are mainly deployed in the final stage of water purification to get rid of any remaining bacteria, virus, or pathogen. The primary role of UV disinfectants is to shrink the microbial count in water. They can be deployed in distinct applications to eliminate the threat of microbial contamination. For instance, a UV disinfection unit for households can be installed at the point of entry or point of use to eliminate viruses and bacteria consequently generating safe drinking water.
In addition, they can be used in commercial enterprises such as commercial water bottling to purify the water. UV water purification systems are also commonly exploited in wastewater treatment, particularly in the post-treatment phase. Their specialization in extracting microbial contamination means that they are often deployed to supplement other purification systems. However, they can be deployed as standalone units depending on the range of pollutants harbored by the feed water. Microbial contaminants eliminated by UV disinfection systems include;
- E. coli.
➣What is the Working Principle of Ultraviolet Disinfection Units?
The water purification technology utilized by ultraviolet disinfection units is universally referred to as ultraviolet water sterilization. Contrary to water chlorination, UV sterilization hardly relies on chemicals. It utilizes germicidal radiation to impede the reproduction and functionality of microbial pathogens. Quite often, the process of UV water sterilization commences with pretreatment. The feedwater is first passed through 5 to 20-micron water filters or ultrafiltration filters to extract suspended solids, which might interfere with the transmission of the germicidal rays.
Consequently, the pretreated water is injected into the reactor chamber of the UV disinfection unit. Here, the microorganisms are exposed to UV-C light emanating from the UV lamp at intensities of 16,000-50,000 µWatt•sec/cm². The germicidal radiation modifies the nucleic acid found in the microbes’ DNA cells thereby mitigating further reproduction. Different pathogenic microbes are inactivated at varying UV light intensities. For instance, coliform bacteria are completely inactivated at a light intensity of 7,000 µWatt•sec/cm².
However, most ultraviolet disinfection units are endowed with UV lamps characterized by light intensities ranging from 30,000 to 50,000 µWatt•sec/cm². Under this range and at a UV wavelength of 253.7 nm, virtually all microbial contaminants are killed. The underlying video outlines how a typical ultraviolet disinfection unit functions.
➣Which Types of Ultraviolet Lamps Are Used in UV Disinfection Units?
The ultraviolet lamp is unquestionably the most pivotal component of UV disinfection systems. They are endowed with mercury, which is evaporated by filaments to generate germicidal rays. Typical ultraviolet disinfection units are equipped with UV lamps of light intensities ranging from 30,000-50,000 µWatt•sec/cm². Underneath, we briefly look at the three types of UV lamps used in ultraviolet disinfection units.
● Standard ultraviolet lamps.
Standard ultraviolet lamps are essentially low-pressure lamps fitted in UV water sterilizers for households. The majority of standard UV lamps have the capacity to generate ultraviolet radiation doses of 50 to 150 mJ/cm2. This UV dose is capable of inactivating all microbial pollutants found in your feed water. Standard UV lamps are the most utilized UV lamps in water sterilization.
● High output ultraviolet lamps.
High-output ultraviolet lamps are technically low-pressure UV lamps specially designed to function at higher UV output. Higher UV-C output is generated by optimizing pressure and gas mixing. The size and shape of high-output UV lamps are quite similar to that of standard UV lamps. They are ideal for applications dealing with moderate or enormous water capacities.
● Amalgam ultraviolet lamps.
Amalgam UV lamps ideally utilize vaporized mercury to intensify the potency of ultraviolet radiation. Compared to traditional standard UV lamps, their UV power density can be up to 10 times stronger. Moreover, amalgam UV lamps can tolerate ambient temperatures as high as 90°C and are immune to temperature oscillations. They are primarily used in ultraviolet disinfection units for commercial applications.
➣What Conditions Must Feed Water for Ultraviolet Disinfection Units Meet?
For the germicidal UV-C rays to be effective, they must effectively come into contact with the waterborne microbes. Feedwater containing other contaminants lessens the effectiveness of the UV disinfection unit. Objectionable constituents such as iron dissolved organics and inorganics can absorb the germicidal rays or cover the objectionable microbes thereby shrinking the effectiveness of UV sterilization.
The feedwater must be clear with a turbidity range of 5 NTU or lower. A higher turbidity level may make the feed water unclear thereby blocking the reach of the UV rays. The incoming water should have a maximum TSS level of 10 mg/L. This can be accomplished by pretreating the feed water using a 5to 10-micron filter. Excessive concentrations of iron can absorb the germicidal radiation hence the need for an ion exchange system or an iron removal filter.
The maximum iron content should not exceed 0.3mg/L while the magnesium level should be within <0.05 mg/L. As for the acidity levels, the feed water must exhibit a pH ranging between 6.5 and 9.5. Ideally, ultraviolet disinfection units are frequently deployed in the post-treatment phase.
➣Which Factors Should I Consider When Purchasing an Ultraviolet Disinfection Unit?
Purchasing the ideal ultraviolet water purification system should not be a cause of concern for you. At NEWater, we provide prospective buyers with all the aid and resources they need to procure the best system. In the following excerpt, we discuss some of the primary factors you should deliberate on before investing in a UV water filter system.
● The raw water quality.
For a UV water purifier to function optimally, the feed water must be devoid of inorganic constituents like iron, turbidity, and suspended solids. Assess your imminent feed water to establish the range and concentration of harbored impurities. The feed water quality should also help you in selecting the ideal pretreatment system if necessary.
● The ultraviolet (UV) dose.
The UV dose refers to the output of UV energy transmitted by the UV lamp to the feed water. Ordinarily, UV dose is expressed as mJ/cm2 and it influences the type of microbial pathogens inactivated. For instance, if your feed water has cryptosporidium and E. coli, your UV disinfection unit should support a UV dose of 10 mJ/cm2. Other microbial pathogens might necessitate higher UV dose for example rotavirus SA11 and Poliovirus Type 1.
● The flow rate.
The flow rate reflects the amount of water the ultraviolet disinfection unit can disinfect over a certain timeline. It measures the rate at which feed water enters and exits the UV sterilizer. Typical UV disinfection units have flow rates ranging from 0.5 GPM to over 2000 GPM. For households, you might need a sterilizer with a flow rate of 5 GPM to 20 GPM depending on your quantity demands.
➣How Can I Properly Maintain my Ultraviolet Disinfection Unit?
Ultraviolet disinfection units are like any other essential apparatus; they necessitate frequent and high-level maintenance to function optimally over extended periods. The shell housing the UV lamp must be regularly cleaned to ensure germicidal rays reach the microbes effectively. The housing or quartz sleeve should be replaced after two to three years of use.
Cleaning should be carefully carried out using solutions of citric acid or sodium hydrosulfite (at a concentration of 0.15%). After shutting down the ultraviolet disinfection unit, you should cleanse the plumbing system to get rid of the amassed pollutants. In addition, you should allow for UV lamp warm-up before reusing the system again. The entire UV water sterilizer and your plumbing system should be sterilized using chemicals like chlorine.
Ultraviolet lamps tend to depreciate in intensity over a specific period of time. In fact, the intensity of a UV lamp can depreciate by 20% within 100 hours of use. Higher intensity is however maintained in the following hours (up to 9,000 hours). This means you should substitute the worn-out lamps after approximately 12 months if your system runs for the whole day.
➣Which Pretreatment Technologies Supplement Best UV Disinfection Units?
Disinfecting feed water comprising dissolved organic and inorganic compounds like iron and suspended solids using ultraviolet water filters can be quite difficult. These constituents may absorb the UV-C radiation meant to inactivate the microorganisms or shield the microbes from the reach of the germicidal radiation. Below, we look at some of the best pretreatment processes for ultraviolet disinfection units.
● Media filtration.
Impurities such as dust particles, microplastics, and other floating solids can be extracted using media filters such as pressure sand filters. For UV water sterilization systems, it is recommended that 5 to 20-micron filters be deployed to pretreat the feed water. Media filtration systems also lessen the turbidity levels, which is important in UV water sterilization.
● Reverse osmosis.
UV reverse osmosis water filtration is a commonly utilized water purification technology across the globe. This technology integrates ultraviolet water disinfection and reverse osmosis to elevate water purity levels. A reverse osmosis system is first utilized to capture dissolved solids, minerals, certain microorganisms, and organic compounds. The microbial pathogens left in the RO permeate are effectively inactivated by the integrated UV disinfection unit.
● Ion exchange.
Ion exchange simply extracts dissolved ions from water and replaces them with non-objectionable ions. When pretreating feed water, this process gets rid of iron, magnesium, nitrates, chloride, and calcium among others. These are impurities capable of absorbing the germicidal rays thereby lowering UV dose and the sterilization rate.
In the modern age, the use of ultrafiltration in pretreatment has grown exponentially. It is a membrane purification technique that traps suspended matter and slight amounts of dissolved solids using partially permeable membranes. With a membrane porosity measuring approximately 0.005 to 0.1 μm, UF filters extract virtually all suspended solids and greatly decrease turbidity.