Enviolet® UV-Reactors

Our Enviolet® UV reactors are classified as state-of-the-art of worldwide UV oxidation. Our reactors can be distinguished in their equipment which include:

  • Reactor jacket made of borosilicate to prevent wearing and corrosion

  • Special "flow transformers" to generate our typical turbulent reactor flow, which create the best conditions of chemical reactions inside the diffusion layer

  • Fit design of the irradiation chamber adapted to the properties of the liquid and the required performance

  • Temperature control inside the reaction chamber for permanent process control

  • Safety devices like weld beads and pressure release valves

  • Pressure device for best operating transit characteristic

  • Stacked construction makes it possible to upgrade the unit on demand

  • RECO (REactor COntroller) controls and adjusts the performance permanently. For that the effective and the required power are permanently compared and adjusted to the demand of the lamp's fingerprint which is saved on a chip-card, which is supplied together with the lamp. This also optimizes the lamp's life time.

  • UV module with Smartcard (chip-card) for electronic adjustment of performance of the UV lamp with the electrical environment

  • Effective operation by placing the components with lowest possible losses

  • Ferrit-based power supplies with highest electric efficiency

  • Flow control for each reactor line

  • Prepared for an optional PLC control with many integrated functions, for an optimal fitted process operation development.

Enviolet® UV-Reactors as Pre-Constructed Sub-Units

Our Enviolet®-UV-Reactors can be constructed as sub-units for projects overseas to save money and time during the final construction at the client's site.

To do this, we divide the sub-units into compact parts which balance the advantages of preconstruction and transport.

  • Sub-units are ready wired and piped 
  • Sub-units are fully tested and accepted by the client beforehand during the factory-test at enviolet

Then the unit is sent to the final destination for hot commissioning.

  • Placing
  • Final assembly of the complete unit, including tanks and general equipment
  • Polishing
  • Start-up
  • Performance test
  • Final acceptance