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COMPARE GOODLIFE UV WITH QUARTZ SYSTEMS
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Comparison

  Here is a comparison of the various parameters of GoodLife UV with conventional Quartz systems.


GOODLIFE UV
CONVENTIONAL QUARTZ
Teflon® non fouling Quartz sleeves prone to fouling
No wipers required Wipers required for cleaning of quartz sleeves
Constant UV dosage Irregular UV dosage
Electrical system isolated
from water flow
Possibility of electrical hazards due to moisture
Teflon® does not break Breakages of quartz sleeves are common
Easy to change lamps
Could require trained personnel for Lamp change
No moving parts Wear and tear of moving parts
Constant 360 d UV exposure Irregular UV intensity as radius of water increases

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QUARTZ SYSTEM

In conventional quartz ultraviolet disinfection units, water flows over a sealed quartz sleeve which houses the UV lamp. The outer shell is usually constructed of either stainless steel, anodized aluminum or polyvinyl chloride. Components are exposed to moisture and humidity. Hence short circuits are frequent.

Quartz has proven to be troublesome as it is brittle, fragile and difficult to seal. Moreover, complicated wiper systems must be installed to keep the quartz surfaces free from fouling by substances in the water. In contrast with Good Life UV systems, quartz UV technology requires an increase in both maintenance and operating costs for the consumer.

Fouling of sterilization chamber causes variation in microbial removal. Quartz glass can crack, cannot withstand pressure or change in temperature. Temperature variations reduces the UV output causing inferior quality of sterilization. Frequent cleaning is needed which increases the chances of breaking the fragile quartz.

 

GOOD - LIFE SYSTEM

In Good Life UV Systems water passes through Teflon Tubes. Teflon Tubes have a Non wetting and Non fouling characteristics. It generally avoids surface fouling by substances contained in the water stream. In rare instances where fouling might occur, a simple high velocity flush or cleaning with a detergent can remove the deposits.

Good Life's method of flowing water through its Teflon® tubes, separate from electrical circuits, enhances system safety. The Good LifeUV system's UV lamps are enclosed but not sealed in the UV chamber.

Water passing through the Good Life tubes is exposed to UV light at a full 360° ensuring maximum kill. The UV lamp is easily replaced without interrupting water flow.

All electrical components are isolated and free from hazards. Safe for continuous operation. The non-toxic Teflon® polymer ensures non contamination and uniform microbial removal. Teflon® guarantees durability, can withstand pressure or change in temperature.

Thermostatically maintained sterilizing chambers ensure continuous UV output, and highly effective water sterilization. Teflon® tubes are self maintaining and do not require frequent cleaning. Needs no extra watching or care. More Retention time. Hence much efficient "Kill Rate".

 

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