Chlorine & Chloramines Reduction

While the addition of chlorine and chloramines to water may control bacteria levels – they also have certain undesirable effects, including the generation of by-products and changes in water chemistry.

Typical chlorine and chloramines treatment methods include carbon beds or chemical injections. However, carbon beds are excellent breeding grounds for bacteria to thrive and proliferate, and the addition of chemicals such as metabisulfite involve removing one chemical with another and isn't always a viable or desirable solution.

As an alternative, UV technology can be utilized to reduce chlorine and chloramines, eliminating the need for chemical handling and possibility of bacteria breeding. 

UV Technology on Chlorine Removal

Research studies have demonstrated conclusively that free chlorine residuals or chloramine residuals up to 2.0 ppm can be successfully reduced by the application of UV light.

UV Technology for Chlorine Removal

Advantages of UV in Chloramine and Chlorine Reduction

Read the Monochloramine Reduction Application Note


Monochloramine Application Note

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