Sterilizing Equipment UV disinfection
Sterilizing Equipment UV disinfection is a large number of aquatic pathogens inactivated effective barrier. In the multi-barrier disinfection process, UV disinfection can be used as a special pathogen to kill (such as Cryptosporidium and Giardia) effective barrier and help to minimize disinfection by-products. This guide applies to the disinfection of drinking water sources, including filtered surface water, unfiltered surface water and groundwater. For filtered surface water, UV pretreatment processes include particulate or synthetic media filtration, membrane filtration (microfiltration, ultrafiltration, nanofiltration and reverse osmosis), diatomaceous earth filtration or slow sand filtration.
Composition of UV disinfection guidelines for drinking water
The UV disinfection guidelines for drinking water consist of the following components:
(2) UV dose;
(3) Reactor design;
(4) reliability design;
(5) monitoring and alarm design;
(6) field test run test;
(7) performance testing;
(8) Project report.