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Thankyou!

We would like to say a big thank you for your continued support during our transition period. The move was a success and we are now settled and are working hard to provide you with unmatched service, improve existing products and to increase our product range. We have had a busy month and have some exciting projects in production so watch this space for updates!

Product Development

We are pleased to show you the results of our first product development exercises, the improvement of our S-Series and X-Series 316 stainless steel chambers.

We have changed the manufacturing processes used, resulting in a superior quality of finish, increasing their longevity and aesthetic qualities.

UV Guard Australia's S-Series and X-Series provide UV disinfection and chemical reduction for a range of applications including drinking water, rainwater, stormwater, wastewater, process water and more.

Each Australian state has different regulations relating to how the Legionella risk must be controlled.

An established and cost effective method is to install a UV disinfection system on either or both the warm water outlet or return line of the water heater. This is shown in the following schematic.

The S-Series and X-Series have the following features and options:

  • Peak flow rate between 0.5 m3/hr and 500 m3/hr – higher flow rates can be achieved by using multiple systems in parallel.
  • View/UV sensor port for UV intensity monitor integration.
  • Lamp fail alarm with volt free contacts for BMS connection.
  • Lamp run meter and alarm to alert when the lamp needs replacing.
  • Manual/automatic quartz sleeve wipers.

Each system is specified according to project variables and customer requirements, ensuring that the correct UV dose is being applied.

We hope to bring you a new product within the next few weeks, call us for more information.

Industry News

In an attempt to combat the recent surge of the Ebola Virus Disease, two germ-killing 'robots' equipped with UV technology have been installed at hospitals in Monrovia and Liberia.

The robots were used to disinfect health care environments where Ebola patients are being treated. The robot calculates the time needed to react to room variables to effectively deliver a lethal dose of UV-C light.

"It works by generating UV energy that modifies the DNA structure of viral pathogens, like Ebola, so that they cannot reproduce. Viruses that cannot reproduce cannot colonise and harm patients," says the inventor, a tropical disease expert and medical anthropologist Dr. Jeffery L

Cases like this just go to show the importance of UV technology. With the rise of new epidemics occurring in recent times, it may be necessary now more than ever to recognise the full capabilities of UV disinfection.

 
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