Ultraviolet Systems from ETS
Combined Chlorine Destruction
Medium pressure UV systems are able to effectively break down chloramines actively produced by the oxidation process that occurs in chlorinated water. By treating the full recirculating flow of the circulation system the UV system destroys chloramines as they are created.
Since combined chlorine levels can be controlled by using a UV system, the need to regularly super-chlorinate is no longer necessary. The end result is a reduced annual chemical usage and improved water quality.
If the combined chlorine is destroyed in the water it will no longer an issue in the air. Enhanced air quality will result in less corrosion on air handling and deck equipment. These are only a few of the added benefits to maintaining low combined chlorine levels.