UV disinfection system applied to the sterilizer for seawater extraction

For seawater treatment, the size of the sterilizer depends on the following main parameters:

  • Water flow to be treated
  • The right dose of ultraviolet light
  • Water quality

The equipment to be used, particularly the HDPE sterilization chamber, must be adapted to this application.

If you’re looking for an effective sterilizer disinfection system for seawater treatment, our full range of saltwater UV reactors can be consulted online, and design parameters can be determined on this page.

Disinfection system benefits

UV disinfection applied to the sterilizer for seawater extraction

In addition to producing healthy water, free from any risk of contamination by micro-organisms, UV water treatment is also part of an environmental approach:

  • Regarding health, water treatment without the addition of harmful pool products guarantees allergy- and respiratory ailment-free swimming (non-chemical).
  • It also provides comfort by ensuring crystal-clear, odor-free water.
  • The absence of chlorine guarantees an environmentally-friendly and healthy process.
  • UV treatment offers real savings thanks to longer plant life and simple, reliable, long-lasting equipment.
  • Last but not least, installation and maintenance are quick and easy.

Design tips: UV disinfection applied to the sterilizer for seawater treatment

On the dedicated page to UV reactors for salt water, a wide range of solutions are available (up to a unit flow rate of 130 m3/h). For higher flow rates, up to 130 m3/h, please contact us!

  • Select
  • Select the water source to be treated, e.g. “Salt pools”.
  • Enter the flow rate to be treated (for example 25 m3/h)
  • Adjust the cost of electricity in your country (for example 0.09€ for France; 0.23€ for Germany)
  • Let 30 mJ / cm² (or adapt)
  • Specify the temperature of the water (normally, between 5 and 40°c is sufficient)
  • Please enter your email address, we will send you the design right away

In any case, to ensure optimal disinfection and to determine whether prefilters are necessary, it is recommended that a source water analysis be performed with these parameters:

  • Iron
  • Hardness
  • Turbidity
  • Manganese
  • Suspended solids (TSS)
  • UV Transmittance
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