Classic 15 watt UV Unit, 2
$64.00 – $296.75
The Classic UV 15-Watt Series — Units sold by Aqua Ultraviolet are a type of UV sterilizer with ¾ inches plumbs in-line that can sterilize fresh water up to 200-500 gallons with a flow rate of 700 gallons/hr and saltwater up to 75 gallons with a flow rate of 233 gallons/hr. It is also used as a freshwater clarifier for up to 2000 gallons. The Classic UV 15-Watt Series Units are a reliable, cost-effective, environmentally friendly sterilizer alternative to chemicals and their resulting bi-products.
A10015-QUARTZ SLEEVE– These sleeves are one of the most important aspects of a UV water treatment system, and as such, you should ensure your quartz sleeves are always in good condition. At Aqua Ultraviolet, we have a variety of options for quartz sleeve replacement parts at an affordable price. Choose from six different options ranging from 15” in diameter to 64” to get a sleeve that’s the best fit for your UV sterilization system.
A20015-LAMP– Aqua Ultraviolet’s UV light water treatment replacement lamps are compatible with almost all Aqua UV sterilizers. These UV sterilizer replacement lamps are available for both the Advantage and Classic series units. Both the Classic and Advantage Series sterilizers work in a similar way. The ultraviolet lamp is proven to control algae, bacteria, and protozoa by emitting a germicidal ray which alters the DNA or RNA of single-celled organisms, eradicating these organisms without causing any harmful effects to the water. When properly installed, Aqua Ultraviolet’s UV sterilizers will clear water within 3 to 5 days.
A30014-TRANSFORMER– An inline transformer will transfer an alternating current from one circuit to another, typically with a change in voltage to reach the desired level. Compatible with the majority of our Classic Series UV Sterilizers, Aqua Ultraviolet inline transformers are available in five different wattages to suit your needs. Choose from 8, 15, 25, 40, or 57-watt transformers for what works with your current systems. They are often times an overlooked aspect of water sterilization systems but are crucial to their performance.