Efficient, economical and chemical-free.
Ultraviolet germicidal irradiation disinfects using short-wavelength ultraviolet light to kill or inactivate microorganisms by destroying nucleic acids and disrupting their DNA, leaving them unable to perform vital cellular functions.
Why Clients Prefer UV Sterilizers
- Destroys single-celled organisms, waterborne bacteria, viruses, algae, fungi and protozoa.
- Contains several UV lamps arranged in an array utilising UV output to its maximum potential.
- No residual effects.
- The majority of light output is at 254-nanometer wavelength, the peak of the Germicidal Spectrum.
- Protective quartz sleeves thermally protect the UV lamps for 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.
- No chemicals are required.
Easy to maintain
- Corrosion resistant.
- Titanium UV vessel maximizes durability and operating performance.
- UV lamp life is estimated to be one year or 10,000 hours depending on operational conditions.
- AAT UV units require minimal maintenance and servicing.
- Suitable for both fresh and saltwater systems as well as ponds.
- Recommended for aquarium Inflow water – Recirculation systems – Effluent water.
- Stainless steel option for freshwater 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.
- SMS and email alerts with the optional alarm monitoring system.
- 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.