In applications where microorganisms contaminate process water or where there is an active build-up of biofilm, this can lead to costly downtimes for industry. Traditional methods for controlling microbiological growth in water tanks and pipework consist of regular chemical dosing, hot water sanitisation and constant microbiological quality monitoring.

However by utilizing advanced UV tank disinfection technology from Enva and our partner Enviolet, microbial growth is inhibited and there is no biofilm build-up. This chemical free solution results in increased plant productivity and decreased operating costs for all tanks with static and varying filling levels.

Our UV technology disinfects not only the complete internal space of the tank (Water Volume and Head space ), but also prevents regrowth and reinfection of the moist tank walls. Germs cannot develop resistances against UV irradiation and this process works without the negative side effects of biocides e.g corrosion, usage of toxic chemicals).

Typical Applications:

  • Climatic chambers (scrubber and humidifiers)
  • Cooling towers
  • Food and beverage
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Chemical industry
  • Surface technology
  • Drinking water storage

The system can be integrated or retrofitted into any tank size, shape or flow condition allowing your tank to be converted into a UV reactor

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