Lightbest UV12 (45 LPM) UV Steriliser System 55w
The Lightbest UV system is an affordable yet high-performing UV Steriliser System from the removal of bacteria, coliform, e-coli and micro-biological issues with your water supply.
The system is ideal for flow rates up to 45 litres per minute (12 US Gallons per minute) and uses 3/4" inlet and outlet ports and 55 watts power. The system has a handy lamp failure indicator which is a visual (LED and Alarm) so you know exactly when the UV Lamp requires changing. The lamp life of the UV lamp is 9000-10000 hours.
The system is usually installed at point or entry of after storage tanks and most commonly on private water supplies, but is also suitable for use on a mains water fed domestic application, providing additional safety against e.coli, coliform bacteria and other harmful viruses and bacteria.
The system comes equipped with all parts and bulbs ready for installation. We highly recommend that a pre-sediment filter system is installed to ensure that the water going through the UV system does not contain suspended solids and sediments which could mean not all the micro-organisms are sterilised by the UV light. The sediment pre-filter is installed directly before this unit. Depending on the level of sediment in the water, a single or a double or even triple unit may be required.
Max. Operataion Pressure: 6 Bar
Test Pressure: 10Bar
Visual lamp failure alarm: Available
UV lamp working indicator: Available
UV chamber/housing material:SUS304
Power supply: 230V 50/6Hz
|Model||Lightbest UV12 (45 LPM - 12GPM) UV Steriliser System 55w|
|In Depth||Connections: 3/4" Male
Lamp power: 55W
Flow Rate (US GPM) 12
Pipe Size (NMPT) 3/4"
Dimensions 63.5 mm x 965 mm
A: Base face to oppsite pin length 917+/-2mm
B: Base face to base face length 910+/-2mm
C: Diameter 15mm
D: Base type G10q
Electrical Data ( Normal Values)
Lamp Wattage 55W
Lamp Current 425mA
Lamp Voltage 165V
UV Output 253.7nm(100hr) 22.0W
Intensity 160μW/cm2 (160μJ/cm2)
Rate Average Life 9000hrs
|Filter Parameter||Bacteria, E-coli|