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Hanovia’sPureLine UV range ideal for food, beverage, brewing applications

24 October 2012

Hanovia’s new PureLine UV range provides chemical-free treatment and water disinfection for the food, beverage and brewing sector.

Joining the PharmaLine and SwimLine ranges, the PureLine is the latest industry-specific UV system from Hanovia designed to make product selection as easy as possible. All that’s needed to choose the correct model is the application and the required flow – the appropriate model is then simply selected from the appropriate datasheet.

Hanovia will have already specified the necessary dose, chamber geometry, lamp type, surface finish, seal materials and connections that are typically required by that application. Special designs can also be supplied for users who have unusual requirements.

Standard PureLine models are available for the disinfection of water, syrups, brines and for the de-ozonation of process water (designated D, S, B and DO respectively), with the range being supplemented by the ‘PureLine PQ’.

Ensuring biosecurity of water systems, the Performance Qualified PureLine PQ is tested and approved by independent experts to the requirements of the USEPA UV Disinfection Guidance Manual (UVDGM). Benefiting from full flow bioassays conducted by independent engineers across a wide range of operating and water quality conditions, the PureLine PQ guarantees 99.999% disinfection at its maximum bioassayed dose.

Providing proven, constantly displayed and verified disinfection, PureLine PQ is equipped with a calibrated absolute intensity UV monitor and controller, which automatically corrects the dose calculation as UV transmittance varies, without requiring an external UV transmittance monitor. This provides the user with an accurate and instant measurement of the PQ’s disinfecting activity.

In addition, because the monitor remains outside the water flow, it can be removed and inspected without interrupting the process, allowing on-site verification using a portable reference UV sensor traceable back to a NIST standard. In addition, material certificates for all the FDA compliant wetted parts and an ability to cope with CIP/SIP (Clean-In-Place/Sterilization-In-Places) provides compatibility with food and beverage requirements and above all ensures UV biosecurity of the highest level.

Operating at a lower energy level, PureLine D is intended for general purpose disinfection of water or CIP solutions as part of a multi-barrier system, while the PureLine S and B systems are designed specifically for the disinfection of sugar syrups, liquid sugars, de-aerated liquor (in breweries) and for disinfection of brine in the meat packaging industry.

The PureLine range utilise either High Output Amalgam or Medium Pressure UV lamps, whichever is most effective for the application in question. Lamp changing is a simple procedure that can usually be done by on-site personnel with no specialist training. With lamp life up to 12000 hours and with electronic ballasts and unlimited start-stop and variable output capability on some models, life-time costs and energy consumption are optimised across the range.

The entire range is rated to IP54 as a minimum, with options to IP65, and has a state-of-the-art controller with an on-board message display panel, as well as many other safety and alarm features.

The PureLine range therefore offers the food and beverage industry a suite of UV treatment products optimised to meet the needs of their applications. The systems are easy to install and maintain and provide non-chemical treatment with no possibility of unwanted bi-products or residues. Above all, it provides the peace of mind that comes with a guaranteed disinfection performance.


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