PURION® DVGW ZERT
UV plants of the PURION® product line are characterized by compact construction and a high degree of efficiency respecting to disinfection and energy consumption. The construction design follows laws, standards and regulations
The PURION 2501 230 E 106 W ZERT unit with DVGW certificate is DVGW certificate is made of electropolished stainless steel and can be supplied with a 1 1/2" round thread connection or TriClamp DN40 connection.
Optionally, the PURION 2501 230 E 106 W ZERT can be equipped with the PURION mounting set. This allows easy and space-saving wall mounting.
The UV lamps used are characterised by a long service life, high disinfection performance and low energy consumption. The power supply is 230 V 50 Hz.
The compact design allows easy lamp removal without tools and lamp replacement, for example at the end of the lamp's service life. For cleaning purposes, the quartz immersion tube can also be dismantled or mounted without tools.
The water to be treated flows through the housing and is directed along the quartz immersion tube in which the lamp is mounted. The water film thickness of only 27.5 mm, meaning the distance between the UV light exit on the quartz tube surface and the inner wall of the housing, guarantees optimal penetration of the medium by the UV light, which inactivates all bacteria and viruses and renders them harmless. rendered harmless.
|PURION® 2501 230 E 106 W ZERT
96% T1 cm: 3,4m³/h
|temperature of water
|2°C - 90°C
|stainless steel 1.4571
| Tri Clamp DN40
Tri Clamp DN40 or R 1 1/2“
|KTW/W270 (parts in contact with the medium)
|dimensions in mm: reactor: L x Ø
control cabinet: HxWxD
|928 x 85
400 x 300 x 165
|life time of lamps
|number of lamps
|max. working pressure
230 V/50 Hz
|over current protection
For cleaning of the immersion tube system the PURION Service KIT is recommended.
> PURION Service-KIT
This UV system is used, among other things, for:
- Drinking water
- hot water/ legionella control
- beverage industry
DOWNLOAD DATA SHEET
- DATASHEET PURION 2501 DVGW.pdf(223 Kb)