With UV systems Dulcodes, reliable and chemical-free water treatment for disinfection purposes and degradation of unwanted components are possible. Easy installation, low maintenance and a variety of types, result in most economical projects for multiple applications.
The Selection Guide supports you in pre-selecting the right Dulcodes UV system for your application.
Applications: Disinfection of drinking water and process water
Flow rate: up to 4 m³/h (depending on the type of transmission)
UV Plants of thin layer construction type with high-flux radiators
Applications: disinfection of cloudified or coloured process and effluent water
Flow rate: up to 33 m³/h (depending on the type of transmission)
UV plants of plastics with high-flux radiators
Applications: Radiation of salt water
Flow rate: up to 250 m³/h (depending on the type of transmission)
UV treatment systems Dulcodes S are suitable for a photochemical degradation of combined chlorine (chloramine) in swimming pool water treatment.
Flow: up to 569 m3/h (depending on transmission rate)
UV treatment systems Dulcodes A are ideal for the photochemical decomposition of combined chlorine (chloramines) in the treatment of swimming pool water. NSF 50 certification for the UV treatment system for use in swimming pools.
Dulcodes Z UV disinfection systems serve the disinfection of drinking and industrial water and can be used - depending on transmission - for flows between 2 and 230 m3/h.
UV system Dulcodes R with high-performance Opti-Flux lamps and manual wiper.Applications: disinfecting drinking water and process water, as well as photochemical reduction of chloramines in swimming pool water.Flow rate: up to 274 m3/h (depending of the type of transmission and radiation dose).
UV Plants with high-flux radiators for the radiation of various waters.
Flow rate: up to 600 m³/h (depending on the type of transmission)
UV Plants with Powerline Mean Effective Pressure Radiators
Applications: Disinfection of large amounts of water as well as the photo-oxidative degradation of Chloramines, Chlorine, Chlorine Dioxide and Ozone.
Flow rate: up to 800 m³/h (depending on the type of transmission)