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Ultraviolet radiation in the 200-300 nanometer (nm) range is extremely effective in killing microorganisms such as airborne and surface bacteria, viruses, yeasts and molds.

Aqua Lightech Limited low-pressure, mercury-arc germicidal lamps are specially designed to produce the highest amounts of UV radiation - typically about 90% of the total rated energy is at 253.7nm. This radiation is very close to the peak of the germicidal effectiveness curve of 265nm, the most lethal wavelength to microorganisms (see graph below). Our germicidal lamps are used extensively in air and water purification applications such as in the food and beverage industry, medical applications, HVAC systems (Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning), pharmaceutical and semiconductor sterilization applications. In addition, they are used in drinking water, waste water and ground water remediation.

Tube current 800mA High Output (HO) germicidal lamps yield 1/3 to 2/3 more UV output than standard output 425mA lamps of the same length. High Output lamps are available in most of the common lamp lengths in use today. Custom designed lengths can also be supplied. High Output lamps offer the system designer unique opportunities to reduce the number of lamps required to perform the function of the system and possibly reduce the footprint of the system, or increase the efficiency and capacity of an existing system while keeping the same footprint.

Ozone Action : Our "VH" germicidal lamps generate energy at 185nm in addition to the 253.7nm line. This UV emission produces abundant amounts of ozone in air. Ozone is an extremely active oxidizer. It destroys microorganisms on contact and acts as a deodorizer. One of its primary advantages is that it can be carried by air into places that the UV radiation cannot directly reach. We design and manufacture lamps to produce various amounts of ozone to meet specific application requirements. "VH" lamps are typically used in the treatment of air, pool and spa water, T.O.C. (Total Organic Compound) reduction, and HVAC.

Advantages of UV--Radiation:

              Environmentally friendly, no dangerous chemicals to handle or store, no problems of overdosing

              Low initial capital cost and reduced operating expenses when compared with other technologies such as chemical processing

              Immediate treatment process, no need for holding tanks, long retention times

              No chemicals added to water supply; no by-products

              No change in taste, odor, pH, conductivity or the general chemistry of the water

              No handling of toxic chemicals, no need for specialized storage requirements

              Simplicity and ease of maintenance, periodic cleaning (if applicable) and annual lamp replacement

              Highly compatible with other water and air treatment processes Germicidal applications