TrojanUVPhox installation at the Groundwater Replenishment System, in Orange County, California

TrojanUVPhox

UV advanced oxidation for contaminant destruction in impaired water

Potable Reuse and Drinking Water Remediation With UV Advanced Oxidation

Water resources are under stress due to increasing population, changing rainfall patterns, widespread pollution, and a variety of other factors. For this reason, water providers must strive to make the most of every available water source, even those that have been impacted by contamination.

The TrojanUVPhox® uses the UV advanced oxidation process (UV AOP) to destroy a range of contaminants, even difficult-to-treat 1,4-dioxane and NDMA. The system has also been validated through regulatory-endorsed microbial testing. Through this testing, performance data has been generated for UV dose delivery to disinfect pathogens Cryptosporidium, Giardia, and Adenovirus.

Applications

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Key Features and Benefits

Smokestacks along the water

Protection Against a Range of Contaminants

Water treatment plants install the TrojanUVPhox to help treat and destroy a wide variety of harmful contaminants, including 1,4-dioxane, Nitrosamines (e.g., NDMA), industrial solvents, pesticides, Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), fuel and fuel additives, pharmaceuticals, personal care products and other wastewater-derived contaminants.

Unique Chamber Stacking Design

Vertically stackable and modular, the TrojanUVPhox allows for multiple chambers in series and the ability to expand without increasing footprint. It is available in multiple configurations with various numbers of lamps per chamber to handle virtually any flow rate.

TrojanUVPhox chambers in Tucson, Arizona

A contaminant being destroyed by UV and an oxidant

UV AOP Eliminates Residuals

UV AOP has the advantage of being a destructive technology that breaks down a variety of contaminants into their safe, elemental components. Other treatment technologies merely transfer the contaminant from one phase to another (e.g., air stripping: from water to air) resulting in a potentially hazardous, contaminant-laden residual that requires further treatment or disposal.

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User-friendly Controls Optimize Operation

The oxidant delivery system is part of the TrojanUVPhox solution. It integrates with the UV controls to ensure smooth operation with minimal operator involvement. The UV controller can also use system inputs to determine optimal power settings for lamps and automatically turn lamps on/off or adjust lamp power. This conserves energy and extends lamp life, all while ensuring your required dose is being met.

The TrojanUVPhox System Control Centre interface

An operator replacing a TrojanUVPhox lamp

Designed for Easy Maintenance

Lamps are easily replaced without having to de-pressurize or drain the chamber. All internal components can be accessed from the ends of the chamber and, as a safety feature, the chamber automatically deactivates if the end cap is removed, protecting operators from high voltage components. 

Customer Stories

Orange County’s Groundwater Replenishment System case study

Groundwater Replenishment in Orange County

The Groundwater Replenishment System in Orange County, California, is the largest indirect potable reuse project of its kind in the world. It utilizes treatment technologies including the TrojanUVPhox for advanced oxidation.

 

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Advanced Oxidation Process Water Treatment Facility, Tucson, Arizona case study

Destroying 1,4-Dioxane in Groundwater

The TrojanUVPhox installed at the Advanced Oxidation Process Water Treatment Facility in Tucson, Arizona, destroys 1,4-dioxane in their groundwater. The treated water is blended, further purified and then distributed to nearly 50,000 people in the Tucson area.


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Raw Water Production Facility, Big Spring, Texas case study

Drinking Water Reservoir Augmentation

The TrojanUVPhox at the Raw Water Production Facility in Big Spring, Texas, helps treat secondary wastewater to a standard that allows it to be re-introduced directly into the raw water supply for local drinking water treatment plants.


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System Specifications

Single Chamber Model

12AL30

18AL50

30AL50

72AL75

Dual Chamber Model

NA

D72AL75

Number of Lamps (single chamber)

12

18

30

72

Number of Lamps (dual chamber)

NA

60

144

Dimensions/Miscellaneous

Overall Length (in/m)

76/1.9

82.25/2.1

Single 82.25/2.2 | Dual 147.25/3.8

Single 86.5/2.2 | Dual 147.75/3.8

End Cap Diameter (in/m)

20.5/0.5

29.25/0.7

29.25/0.7

41.25/1.0

Required for Service Beyond End Cap (in/m)

66/1.7

Flange Size Options (in)

8, 4

12, 8

20, 16, 12, 8

Maximum Operating Pressure (PSI/kPa)

100/690

Dry Chamber | Wet Chamber Weight (lb/kg)

300/136 | 600/272

1,100/500 | 1,800/818

Single: 1,200/545 | 1,875/953

Dual: 3,000/1,360 | 4,300/1,950

Single: 2,100/953 | 3,700/1,678

Dual: 3,700/1,678 | 7,200/3,265

Electrical/Power Distribution Center

Electrical Supply

    480V, 3 phase, 4 wire + ground, with 120VAC, single phase, 2 wire + ground for environmental

Approximate Panel Power Draw

(kW, Single Chamber)

 3

4.6

7.8

18.5

Panel Rating

Type 12 Indoor, Type 4X Indoor, Type 4X Outdoor (sun sheltered)

Enclosure Dimensions (HxWxD)

 48" x 40" x 12" | 1.2 m x 1.0 m x 0.3 m

Single: 80.25" x 47.25" x 23.75" ; Dual: 80.25" x 96" x 23.75"

Related Resources

ECT Brochure

Environmental Contaminant Treatment Brochure

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Mastering The Application of UV Advanced Oxidation Using Chlorine in California

Mastering The Application of UV Advanced Oxidation Using Chlorine in California

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Replacement Parts

794447-0RD Lamp
794447-0RD
Price: Contact Us
793024, Quartz Sleeve
793024
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917067, Lamp Driver
917067
Price: Contact Us

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