UV disinfection is a flexible, safe and cost-effective technology that effectively inactivates pathogenic bacteria, spores, viruses and protozoa. The use of UV technology for water treatment has several inherent advantages.
The PMO specifies that water for use in contact with milk in Grade-A plants must be pasteurized. Since 2011, Ultraviolet disinfection has been approved to replace thermal pasteurization for this water, as long as certain criteria are met.
INTCATCH began building Villa Bagatta’s demonstration site in January 2018, when they installed the CSO treatment system comprised of a Salsnes Filter rotating belt filter system, a granular activated carbon filter and a TrojanUV3000PTP disinfection system.
Take a tour around our head office and learn more about TrojanUV systems, how UV lamps are designed, and about the role our systems play in municipal disinfection applications.
The first TrojanUV open-channel UV systems were installed in the mid-1980s. By the 1990s, UV systems had become mainstream and were widely adopted for wastewater disinfection.
The Hatchery’s UV upgrade project began in June 2015 in response to the eruption of the Calbuco volcano, which is considered by the Chilean National Service of Geology and Mining to be the third most dangerous volcano in the country. The volcano eruption released ashes and volcanic sand destroying UV equipment. The natural disaster made it necessary to repair many of the UV systems used to disinfect the water at the hatchery.
The OptiVenn Series is a suite of flexible UV systems, designed to meet the stringent requirements of pharmaceutical, food & beverage, microelectronics and other industrial markets. In order to help avoid costly production downtime, the OptiVenn was designed to be...
Two TrojanUV systems disinfect the effluent at the plant located in the Blue Ridge Mountain region of Virginia. Tim Burton, Plant Superintendent, gives credit to UV disinfection for his ability to save money and assure a near-100% pathogen kill rate.
TrojanUVPhox played a vital role in winning the Guinness World Records title for the most wastewater recycled to drinking water in a 24-hour period.
Trojan Technologies President Marv DeVries shared the news with Trojan Associates that he will be retiring from Trojan, effective April 12th, 2018.
Trojan Technologies has been investing in and committed to the ballast water treatment market since 2008. Unfortunately, due to regulatory delays and increasingly challenging market dynamics, our initial assessment of the opportunity has not been realized. Based on...
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, many people around the world are asking if UV light can potentially play a role in helping to combat the spread of this virus. These questions are mainly associated with UV light’s ability to disinfect surfaces, equipment, and devices. The...
As the world continues to grapple with the COVID-19 pandemic, questions about the virus’s potential transmission and/or persistence in drinking water and wastewater are being asked. The World Health Organization has issued guidance on water, sanitation and health care...