uv reactors, photo-oxidation, advanced oxidation (aop), recycling & engineering
for industrial use
We combine a state-of-the art UV technology with additional chemical, physical or biological process steps to create an innovative unit in wastewater treatment.
UV oxidation processes are very sustainable and climate-friendly processes, particularly in the wastewater treatment of organic ingredients. With UV oxidation, problematic substances are actually removed and destroyed. The UV oxidation can transform toxic, mutagenic or poorly degradable substances in such a way that they are degraded, or they can be fed to an equally environmentally friendly biological oxidation. With these processes, organic ingredients are disposed of sustainably with a minimal CO2 footprint.
Wastewater treatment processes such as evaporation or membrane technology that enrich a problem substance in a concentrate phase do not solve a problem. Often a lot of energy (= CO2) is expended for evaporation and the concentrate then goes to the incineration, where water is sent through a flame with the formation of an extremely large amount of CO2. Wastewater treatment cannot be less sustainable. The real solution is not far away and is usually much cheaper, because the conservation of resources is usually reflected in lower operating costs, you need less energy, less chemicals, fewer raw materials, ....
enviolet stands for substancial and sustainable solution and not for relocating problems!
We are the only supplier, which equips submerged disinfection devices like Microspear® and Microfloat® with internal grounding for the built-in ground fault control.
This is the only way we can ensure that the devices stay electrically safe even in the case of breakage or damage.
Always one step ahead!
Our application lab helps customers to find a cost-effective technical solution and during commissioning, provides support for a quick transition to routine operation.
Successful process control for AOP plants
We are designing and constructing first class electrical systems, mainly based on EN 60204 electrical regulations.
These can be added or modified by customer specific demand and others, like ATEX for example.