AC UV Steriliser System - 4 ltrs/min - 3/8" Spigot Ports


UK manufactured WRAS approved stainless steel ultraviolet steriliser system, which is suitable for treating up to 4 litres of water per minute*.

A high quality robust system which has been designed for longevity and energy efficiency, resulting in a lower cost of ownership.

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Brand Aqua Cure
Overall Dimensions METRIC 300mm (l) x 170mm (w) x 95mm (d) IMPERIAL 11.81" (l) x 6.69" (w) x 3.75" (d)
Max. Working Pressure 8.0 bar / 116 psi
Box / Bag Quantity (For Bulk Buy) 1
Port Size 3/8"
Port Type Spigot
Max. Flow 4.0 lpm / 1.06 gpm (US Gallons)
Approvals & Certifications WRAS Approved
Voltage 220-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz Single Phase
Power Consumption 14 VA
Lamp Power (Watts) 8
Chamber Construction 316L Stainless Steel
Control Box Construction 304 Stainless Steel
Lamp Life 8000 Hours (11 Months Continuous Use)
Consumables / Spares Codes
  • UV Lamp - ACUV8
  • Quartz Sleeve - ACUVQ8U
  • Quartz Seal/s - ACUVSK4/6/8
  • Lamp Connector - ACUVLC8
  • Control Box - ACUV82DCB

Product Description

UV steriliser systems are one of the most effective ways to make drinking water sourced from a private supply, such as a well, spring or borehole, safe to drink.

This high quality system has a host of features, including:

  • WRAS approval
  • 316L stainless steel chamber (polished)
  • 8 watt lamp
  • Max. flow of 4 litres/min
  • 3/8" spigot inlet and outlet
  • Long life / high reliability UV lamp
  • Robust design

Please note that UV steriliser systems only kill bacteria in water and should be used in conjunction with other water treatment systems. They should be incorporated into a system comprising the appropriate water filters to remove particles and to treat the water to make it palatable.

If you require any advice, please don't hesitate to get in touch with our highly trained staff who can advise on the appropriate system to meet 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.