Operators can now virtually eliminate concerns about maintenance, active supervision, and performance reliability for on-site UV disinfection at commercial, industrial, and municipal water or wastewater plants up to 1 million US gallons per day (3,785 cubic metres per day). How?
UV Pure’s new Hallett™ 1000 systems have more capacity than ever, plus the performance, power, and smart technology you expect from UV Pure.
The new Hallett 1000 model builds on the success of UV Pure’s proven Hallett 30 system and patented Crossfire Technology™. This technology uses a unique elliptical reflector design with dual air-mounted lamps to deliver a high UV dose and target pathogens from 360 degrees.
New and improved features of the Hallett 1000
Longer lamp life:
Each Hallett 1000 unit is equipped with high-output, long-life low-pressure high-output (LPHO) amalgam UV lamps that are powered by a UL-certified pre-heat ballast with a soft start. This helps extend their operating life to provide maximum UV output for up to 12,000 hours, or approximately 16 months.
Larger capacity system, same reliable disinfection:
The new Hallett 1000 units can handle flow rates of up to 100 gpm (378 L/min) per unit while continuing to provide robust, reliable disinfection under the toughest conditions. For higher flow applications, multiple Hallett 1000 units are connected with a prefabricated pipe manifold to achieve flow up to 1 MGD (3,785 m3/day). This modular design provides built-in redundancy and ensures the highest level of protection since one or more Hallett systems can be shut down for service while others continue to operate.
Space-saving, easy-access vertical design:
The new Hallett 1000 systems incorporate a newly designed aluminum outer shell with side hinges that can easily be flipped open to access the internal components. This design even further reduces the Hallett installation space requirements on a wall or as part of a vertical-mounted manifold system, and allows operators to quickly change lamps without having to pull them from the fragile quartz tube.