Designing a system can be tricky. With so much water technology equipment, it is difficult to be an expert in each discipline. Engineers are expected to know everything including all the jargon. This will hopefully get you up to speed.
This section provides the very basics as well as some more in-depth design strategy.
The goal of this information is to allow engineers to quickly understand their various options. From what is a UV lamp to what dosage is required for Adenovirus. No assumptions.
Pictures, videos and other learning material are provided. The running time of each is meant to be short.
Design information is provided and organized based on orientations and on flow rates (some repetition). By reviewing the flow rate section, you will see the various options for your project. This will include redundancy and what the regulators require. We also include other need to know information like operation costs and service.
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Quartz material allows for 254 nm. 260-265 nm is peak germicidal wavelength. ultraviolet engineering
Low-Pressure UV Lamp Technology Overview engineer uv
UV Lamp Body and Protective Sleeve Materials
Ballasts Drive and Control UV Lamps
High Clarity Teflon Style UV Tube Technology
UV lamps used in water disinfection and wastewater disinfection
7 minutes. Helpful training information. Can speed through for some quick insights. No need to watch full video.
Vertically oriented UV open channel systems.
Video shows various phases of operation over the last 13+ years.
2 minutes showing open channel UV level control weir and gates.
1 minute showing open channel UV level control flap gates. Basic weighted and an engineered style. For large flow and small footprint. Typically 5+ MGD.