Process water in contact with the liquid carries specific microbiological hazards, so it is critical to have the right water treatment strategy in place. Each production process includes specific microbiological hazards, in other words, each process should be protected against specific microorganisms.

Most UV selections are based on a theoretical ‘general UV dose’ such as 25 or 40 mJ/cm2. The experts of bestUV have a different approach, which is based on practical situation, the potential hazards, and specific targets harmful microorganisms.

In beverage plants, microorganims can be killed with low UV doses. Others require high UV doses. So, the UV disinfection strategy is determined by the type of beverage, type of microorganism, postition of the UV treatment to the end-product, and the function of the process water to treat.

UV is a chemical-free method, which does not change the taste, color, pH, minerals of the process water. No residuals are left in the treated water.

Contact the ‘experts in ultraviolet light’ to fully optimise your new or existing water treatment system with bestUV technology.