Economically priced UV steriliser system, which features an audible lamp fail alarm and a stainless steel chamber for improved all-round performance.

Features a 1/2" NPT female ports, a 24 watt lamp and maximum flow of 16 litres of water per minute*.

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Availability: Temporarily Out of Stock, Still Available to Pre-Order
£256.49 Inc. VAT

Specifications

Specifications

Brand N-UV
Lamp Power (Watts) 24
Max. Flow 16.0 lpm / 4.23 gpm (US Gallons)
Max. Working Pressure 8.0 bar / 116 psi
Port Size 1/2"
Port Type NPT Female
Chamber Construction Stainless Steel
Control Box Construction Plastic
Lamp Life 9000 Hours (Over 1 Years Continuous Use)
Audible Lamp Fail Alarm Yes
Replacement Lamp Code/s ACNUVL24
Replacement Quartz Sleeve Code/s ACNUVQ24
Voltage 220 VAC
Overall Dimensions METRIC

Chamber - 512mm (l) x 64mm (dia)
Control Box - 104mm (l) x 30mm (w) x 58mm (d)

IMPERIAL

Chamber - 20.16" (l) x 2.52" (dia)
Control box - 4.09" (l) x 1.18" (w) x 2.28" (d)

Box / Bag Quantity (For Bulk Buy) 1

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Product Description

N-UV UV sterilisers come in at a lower cost point compared to other systems we sell but they still retain CE and pressure ratings normally offered by high end systems.

Features include:

  • High quality stainless steel chamber
  • 24 watt lamp
  • Max. flow of 16 litres/min
  • 1/2" NPT female inlet and outlet
  • Reliable long life UV lamp

UV steriliser systems are only designed to kill bacteria in water and should be used as part of a larger water treatment system. They should be integrated into a system comprising the appropriate water filters to remove particles and to treat the water to make it palatable.

For any advice, please don't hesitate to get in touch with our team of expects who can advise on the right system for your specific requirements.

*UV systems have a stated flow rate based on feedwater transmission of 95%. On single pass applications (including drinking water) where the water clarity is less than stated, or the potential flow rate could exceed the recommended maximum flow rate, the installer should fit a suitable flow regulator.