Efficient, economical and environmentally friendly
Ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UVGI) is a disinfection method that uses short-wavelength ultraviolet (UV-C) light to kill or inactivate microorganisms by destroying nucleic acids and disrupting their DNA, leaving them unable to perform vital cellular functions.
The AAT UV range comes in twelve sizes starting from 300 watts through to 3600 watts. Our experienced LSS technicians will size the best UV solution for your aquarium needs.
Why Clients Prefer AAT
The UV vessel houses several UV lamps that are arranged in an array that utilizes their UV output to their maximum potential. Ultraviolet disinfection is efficient, economical and environmentally friendly. There are no residual effects when using an AAT Ultraviolet Sterilizer. The majority of light output is at the wavelength of 254 nanometers being the peak of the Germicidal Spectrum.
Ultraviolet Sterilizers are used as a control to destroy single celled organisms, water borne bacteria, viruses, algae, fungi and protozoa. Protective Quartz Sleeves thermally protect the UV Lamps, resulting in maximum UV output and safety. UV lamps are isolated from the water allowing optimal temperature and insulation conditions for highly efficient operation. Ultraviolet will not affect Bio-filters or lower fish immune systems.
AAT UV units are corrosion resistant. Titanium UV vessel construction maximizes durability and operating performance. UV lamp life is estimated to be one year or 10,000 hours depending on operational conditions. No chemicals are required for this proven water sterilization method. AAT UV units require minimal maintenance and servicing.
AAT Ultraviolet sterilizers are recommended for both fresh and salt water systems as well as ponds. Recommended for aquarium Inflow water – Recirculation systems – Effluent water. Stainless steel option for fresh water systems.
System interlocks prevent overheating of the unit by automatically shutting off the UV lamps if a fault is detected. Internal service alert for lamps when low. Optional alarm monitoring system with SMS and email alerts.
At least 40% of the electrical power input into the unit is converted into usable UV-C watts for the system. The UV lamps run on low input power currents of 200 to 1,500 mA. Long water exposure times due to elongated unit design greatly improve the electromagnetic radiation efficiency.
|Model||Lamps||Flow Capacity (m3/hr)||UV Lamp Power (kW)||Dim A (mm)||Dim B (mm)||Dim C (mm)||Dim D (mm)||Dim E (mm)||Dim F (mm)||Dim G (mm)|
|Model||Lamps||Flow Capacity (gpm)||UV Lamp Power (Btu/hr)||Dim A (Inch)||Dim B (Inch)||Dim C (Inch)||Dim D (Inch)||Dim E (Inch)||Dim F (Inch)||Dim G (Inch)|