Dutch manufacturer bestUV was selected to supply the latest Önorm-certified ultraviolet (UV) system for a touristic village in the Alps.
The purpose of the certified bestUV system is to protect the visitors and inhabitants against pathogens in the drinking water.
The BetaLine certified UV system will replace an existing UV system which did no longer fulfill the demands of treating drinking water. Based on the experiences, the bestUV system will be equipped with fully automatic cleaning device to prevent fouling of the quartz sleeves and UV sensor.
The UV lamps are automatically adjusted in power based on water quantity and quality, resulting in a minimal usage of energy.
Ultraviolet light has an advantage over chemical treatment, such as chlorine, as UV does not formate chlorinated organic compounds.
BestUV system was selected because of the low energy consumption, compact size, robust construction of the UV reactor.
For more information contact the experts in ultraviolet light.
Dutch manufacturer bestUV is again awarded to deliver ultraviolet (UV) systems for disinfection of water to one of the largest zoos in Europe. The delivery is part of a renovation project to improve the water quality for the animals and visitors.
The bestUV systems, series BetaLine-E, are all equipped with multiple ‘state-of-the-art’ high-efficient UV lamps, with stable operation in a wide temperature range during the entire lamp life.
BetaLine UV series were introduced to the market after intense microbiological validation procedures at the veterinary university for physiology, pathophysiology and biophysics. The BetaLine UV series is as well approved by several international health institutes for use of disinfection of water for consumption (including Önorm, FHI and PZH).
BetaLine UV is a compact UV system equipped with ‘state-of-the-art’ unique high-efficient low-pressure UV lamps. The availability of bestUV’s intelligent microprocessor allows the UV system to operate in the most economic power mode. By use of the intelligent microprocessor, the bestUV system runs exactly on the power needed to fulfill minimum UV dose requirements, even when flow and surface water quality change, which is important for use in zoos.
The local company installed already several bestUV systems and selected for above project again the bestUV systems for reasons of proven reliability, effectiveness, easy maintenance and good price/quality ratio.
Contact the ‘experts in ultraviolet light’ for implementation of bestUV systems in new or existing water cycles in a zoo.
Dutch UV manufacturer bestUV is again selected to deliver Önorm validated BetaLine UV systems for two scandinavian communal drinking water plants. The drinking water is mechanical filtered surface water and origins from the lake. The two waterworks decided to replace some low-pressure (LP) UV systems, installed in the 80‘s, by ‘state-of-the-art’ bestUV systems.
BetaLine UV systems were introduced to the market after intense validation procedures at universities for Water hygiene, (Patho)physiology and Biophysics. They are approved by several international health institutes for use in disinfection of water for human consumption.
BetaLine is a compact UV system, equipped with unique high-efficient low-pressure UV lamps. They operate in automatic mode on the most economic lamp power due to bestUV’s intelligent power controlsystem. The bestUV system runs exactly on the power needed to fulfill minimum UV dose requirements, even when flow and surface waterquality change.
Compared to medium-pressure (MP) UV systems the BetaLine is saving a lot of energy and has thus the lowest carbon footprint, which fit into the ‘environmental phylosophy’ of the waterworks.
The engineers selected bestUV systems for a couple of reasons:
lowest investment costs,
15 years lifecycle costs calculation (LCC),
long lamp life, 3x more compared to medium-pressure UV lamps
easy installation and maintenance,
automatic lamppower controlsystem, resulting in minimum use of energy,
automatic cleaning device, included in Önorm validation tests,
proven reliability at many drinking water references.
Again bestUV systems are disinfecting drinking water for human consumption against lowest costs on a very environmental friendly way and thus preserve and protect the beautiful nature.
For more information contact the ‘experts in ultraviolet light’.
bestUV was again awarded for delivery of several bestUV systems for a cosmetics company in Eastern-Europe.
The bestUV systems, integrated in the water treatment loop, are used for the following purposes e.g.:
All applications require their own specific UV dose (mJ/cm2) to be effective. UV for the disinfection process is totally different from the other processes. For breakdown of ozone (O3), free chlorine (HOCl/OCl-) and Total Organic Carbons (TOC) a much higher UV dose is required compared to disinfection and in some cases different combinations of UV lamps and quartz sleeves are required.
Besides bestUV’s decades of application knowledge, a very important strength of bestUV is the possibility to customize the bestUV systems according to the endusers’ requirements. The bestUV systems follow the highest standards in cosmetics and pharmaceutics industries, such as, but not limited to:
hygienic tri-clamp connections,
material certificates 3.1 acc to EN 10204:2004
For more information contact the experts in ultraviolet light, bestUV.
One of the largest breweries in Europe selected bestUV for treatment of water to be used in the brewing process.
The brewery has committed itself to the environmental management system ISO 14001 and recognises bestUV systems to fit into their environmental and sustainable code of practise.
The bestUV system is customized to the specific needs of the brewery, running on different flows upto 2.000 hl/h. This innovation of bestUV fits perfect into bestUV’s innovative and customized philosophy, offering UV systems that the market is asking for.
For more information about bestUV’s innovative and customized UV systems, please contact the experts in ultraviolet light.
From its succesful range AlfaLine UV, bestUV delivered UV systems for treatment of several children pools.
Treatment of children pools is both important and difficult. Important, because of the sensitivity of young children for chloramines (bounded chlorine) and difficult, because young children create high amounts of chloramines in swimming pools.
Based on many years of practical experiences and comparisons of many results, bestUV developed its own ‘Code of Design’ (CoD). The CoD combines several pool parameters and the use of bestUV’s own UV lamps.
Besides low amounts of chloramines in water and air, the bestUV systems also provide lowest operational costs for the pool.
For more information contact the experts in ultraviolet light.
Dutch UV manufacturer bestUV again succesfully runs with several UV systems in a public swimming pool. The result is: improved, pleasant and healthy air without ‘chlorine smell’.
The bestUV systems have remarkably effects on the air in the indoor swimming pool. This is important as young children enjoy to play in paddling, toddlers and whirlpool.
The amount of bounded chlorine is below 0,20 ppm, meaning that the level of bounded chlorine follows the strict german regulations DIN 19643-1(5.3.16) of max. 0,20 ppm of combined chlorine.
It is very important for young children to prevent exposure to high amounts of chloramines, especially trichloramines (TCA). Many international reports confirm the health risks of exposure to trichloramines at young children.
The bestUV systems are equipped with special UV lamps. The lamps are unique, emit the specific wavelengths to breakdown a.o. trichloramine.
Single wavelength, low-pressure (LP) UV lamps, are not used as the germicidal wavelength of 254nm, is not effective to breakdown trichloramine by direct photolysis.
It is obvious that young children, their parents and the staff feel very comfortable in the several pools treated by bestUV units. The result is a pleasant and above all healthy pool air where visitors want to stay and return.
For more information about the use of the special lamps in swimming pools, contact the experts in ultraviolet light.
Several bestUV systems were installed in one of the latest new-built aquaparcs in Europe. The new constructed aquaparc is officially opened in the begin of 2012.
Dutch manufacturer bestUV, leading in UV units for swimming pools, was selected by the contractors because of its wide range of references, proven effects and high quality products with lowest operational cost.
In the new-built aquaparc the bestUV units are used in:
50m Olympic swimming pool
salt water pool
All pools are equipped with bestUV systems including specially developped bestUV lamps, UV sensor technology and cleaning device to prevent fouling of quartz sleeves.
Salt water pool
Especially the UV unit for the ‘salt water pool’ is confirming again the innovative strength of bestUV. The salty pool water is highly corrosive to the material normally used in pool water. After many years of testing in comparable situations, bestUV is able to provide a high quality low-cost solution for UV pool units, resistant to highly corrosive warm salt water.
The bestUV systems are following the new draft (May 2011) of the German DIN 19643-2:2011-05 chapter 4.5.5. The DIN allows the use of specific medium-pressure UV lamps only.
Ultraviolet (UV) light has become widely accepted as an alternative to chemical disinfection (e.g. chlorination) of water. Although it is believed that all UV lamps (LP and MP) act the same, there are reasons to assume that both lamp technologies act differently. These different effects are thoroughly studied in practise and in science.
This document describes the background of different actions on micro-organisms by the two major lamp technologies:
low-pressure UV lamp (LP)
medium-pressure UV lamp (MP)
The document is very interesting, especially for applications where water is exposed to visible (sun)light ater UV-treatment, such as:
communal waste water (after discharging)
ship’s ballast water (after deballasting)
It is concluded that the broad-spectrum of wavelenghts, emitted by medium-pressure (MP) UV-lamps, result in multiple effects on the microbiological cell. These effects are especially of interest with regard to the theme of ‘photorepair after UV-treatment’. Photorepair can take place immediately after exposure to visible (sun)light. This is an issue when water is discharged into ‘open waters’ like river, lake and/or sea. The conclusion of the studies is that medium-pressure (MP) lamps are favoured to prevent repair of the UV-exposed cell.
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