UV sanitiziers - Dulcodes


Gentle on people and the environment

UV radiation is a safe, chemical-free and reliable method of disinfection in modern water treatment. ProMinent Dulcodes® UV systems exploit the safety and reliability of UV disinfection in a wide range of applications. Scientific research and the many systems successfully in operation prove that UV is ideally suited to water disinfection.

Our hero: UV-C radiation

No one wants germs - and UV-C radiation in particular, with a wavelength ranging from 240 to 280 nm, attacks the vital DNA of the bacteria directly. The bacteria lose their reproduction capability and are destroyed. Even parasites, like Cryptosporidia or Giardia, which are extremely resistant to chemical disinfectants, are efficiently reduced.

Not just for potable water

Photochemical reactions triggered by UV are used in other ProMinent applications too. The undesirable presence of combined chlorine in swimming pool water is reduced by UV radiation, achieving significant savings in fresh water. Oxidants, such as ozone, chlorine or chlorine dioxide, are reliably reduced in the production water used in the food and pharmaceutical industries, eliminating the need for expensive active carbon filters.

The advantages of UV treatment

Immediate and safe disinfection without the addition of chemicals. This results in highly effective disinfection regardless of the pH value. No undesirable substances are formed. The odour and taste of the water are not impaired. There is no need to store and handle chemicals. No reaction vessel or reaction tanks are required. A ProMinent UV system takes up very little space and keeps investment and operating costs low while delivering exceptional reliability and performance.

Our best: the Dulcodes UV disinfection systems

Uniform radiation of the entire water flow thanks to optimised system hydraulics with flow-optimised inlet zone

Use of UV lamps with a long lamp lifetime and high UV-C output

Automatic cleaning system

System controller with comprehensive monitoring and reporting functions

Display of all important operating parameters and reporting of faults in plain text

Trend display of the variation of the UV sensor signal over time

Analogue output sensor signal and fault indicating relay

Use of modern electronic ballasts with bus technology for lamp-friendly ignition and operation

Individual lamp monitoring

Direct control of automatic shut-off and flushing valves