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Chemical-free disinfection system for sensitive processes

17 September 2017

Offering chemical-free disinfection, Xylem has launched the Wedeco Spektron Industrial UV Disinfection Systems – designed specifically for use in sensitive processes. 

Spektron Industrial systems use closed-vessel UV reactors with Wedeco Ecoray UV lamps and ballasts, which make them highly sustainable while assuring consistent quality of disinfection without added taste or colour. The UV lamps are said to provide energy savings of up to 20%. In addition they achieve a high output with minimal maintenance requirements and contain less mercury than similar technologies on the market.

Systems are available in four models, ranging from 28m3 per hour to a maximum flow of 150m3 per hour. 

The Spektron series has undergone extensive testing to ensure it meets legislative requirements, and provides an environmentally-sustainable, efficient disinfection solution.” 


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