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DELTA UV® RESIDENTIAL ULTRAVIOLET

DISINFECTION SYSTEMS

CLEANER, HEALTHIER WATER FOR POOL, SPA, POND AND WATER FEATURES

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WHY USE ULTRAVIOLET DISINFECTION?

Ultraviolet (UV) light is a natural, environmentally friendly way to disinfect water. Using UV as a secondary disinfection method allows you to decrease chlorine usage and provides several benefits:

• Reduced chlorine levels benefit users with sensitive skin and reduces chloramines

• UV adds additional protection against chlorine resistant pathogens like Cryptosporidium

• UV helps control algae growth

• It saves money by reducing chemical purchases

WHAT IS UV LIGHT?

UV light is energy within the electromagnetic spectrum that has shorter wavelengths than that which are visible to the human eye. UV light is a range of electromagnetic waves from 100 to 400 nanometers (between x-ray and visible light).

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HOW UV DISINFECTION WORKS

UV light works by causing permanent damage to the DNA or RNA found in all living species. Once DNA becomes damaged, or dimerized, the organism is unable to carry out the routine cell functions of the respiration, the assimilation of food and replication; the organism is rendered nonviable. UV is the only disinfection alternative that is chemical free, therefore will not create chemical by-products. UV is also used for removal of organic and inorganic contaminants and breaks down chlorine (disinfection) by-products or DBP, called chloramines. Chloramine exposure commonly leads to stinging (red) eyes, skin irritations, asthma and allergies.

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MEET THE DELTA UV® SYSTEMS FOR RESIDENTIAL POOLS

INTRODUCING THE D SERIES

Sizing your UV system is important and based on flowrate. Models in this series range from 46 to 110 gallons per minute. The D series are similar to the E and series, however this series offers inline hardwired integration to perform automated treatment. The E series is a plug & play operation that runs independently from other treatment equipment.

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MEET THE DELTA UV® SYSTEMS FOR RESIDENTIAL POOLS

INTRODUCING THE E SERIES

Sizing your UV system is important and based on the flowrate. Models in this series range from 46 - 110 gallons per minute. The E series are similar to the D series, however this series is a plug & play operation that runs independently from other treatment equipment. The D offers inline hardwired integration to perform automated treatment.

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MEET THE DELTA UV® SYSTEMS FOR RESIDENTIAL Spas

INTRODUCING THE EA SERIES

Sizing your UV system is important and based on the flowrate. Models in this series range from 16 - 47 gallons per minute. The EA series can be adapted to most existing spas.

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MEET THE DELTA UV® SYSTEMS FOR Pond & water features

INTRODUCING THE EP SERIES

Delta UV® disinfection systems effectively treat wide range of water features. Water features range from fountains, pools, ponds, cascades, waterfalls, and streams. These may include indoor or outdoor features varying size from a desk top water fountain to a large indoor waterfall covering an entire commercial wall. The varying features are constructed from a wide selection of materials that include stone, granite, stainless steel, resin, and glass. Delta UV clean light technology promotes crystal clear water that extends the life of water feature materials and allows the aesthetic beauty of the water feature to shine through. Ponds intend to reproduce the effect of a natural process. So, when thinking about the water treatment of the pond, green alternatives and natural solutions are priority. UV water treatment is an appropriate solution because it eradicates harmful bacteria, and destroys algae without adding chemicals, only light. Sizing your UV system is important and based on the flow rate. Models in this series range from 26-80 gallons per minute.

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