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Water Disinfection Systems

Water disinfection is critical to ensure the safety of any potable water supply.

Chlorination is a highly effective way to disinfect potable water, and can be dosed into the water as a chlorine gas (Cl2) or as a liquid (12.5% Sodium Hypochlorite). The major advantage of chlorine is its residual disinfection effect; it ensures disinfection right up to the point of end use.

When water is stored for extended periods, the residual level of free chlorine should be monitored, and topped up as required.

UV water disinfection instantly kills bacteria, parasites and viruses by passing the water past an Ultra Violet light source, which damages the DNA of these organisms. UV disinfection should be installed as close as possible to the point of end use, as the effect of a UV disinfection is only temporary – the water may become re-contaminated when stored in tanks or even in pipe work downstream of a UV disinfection.

UV Disinfection – Municipal (UVM)

MAK Water is the exclusive representative for Calgon Carbon UV Technologies in Australia and New Zealand – https://www.calgoncarbon.com/uv/
Calgon Carbon is not only a world leader in granular activated carbon solutions, but also one of the world’s foremost providers of ultraviolet light (UV) disinfection and advanced oxidation process (AOP) technologies for water.

UV Disinfection – Industrial (UV)

MAK Water’s UV Disinfection (UV) systems are an effective and economical means for disinfection of water. UV disinfection instantly kills bacteria, parasites and viruses by passing the water past an Ultra Violet light source, which damages the DNA of these organisms.

Sodium Hypochlorite Disinfection Recirculated (SHDR)

MAK Water’s Sodium Hypochlorite Disinfection Recirculated (SHDR) are designed to automatically maintain the correct amount of free chlorine in a potable water storage tank, in accordance with Australian Drinking Water Guidelines (ADWG). The standard treatment process includes a recirculation pump to turn over the contents of the potable water storage tank twice in a 24 hour period, an inline chlorine analyser which monitors residual free chlorine and a dosing pump to automatically dose liquid sodium hypochlorite as required.

Sodium Hypochlorite Disinfection Flow (SHDF) 

MAK Water’s Sodium Hypochlorite Disinfection Flow (SHDF) plants are designed to automatically maintain the correct amount of free chlorine in an existing reticulation line, in accordance with Australian Drinking Water Guidelines (ADWG). The standard treatment process includes an inline chlorine analyser which monitors residual free chlorine and a dosing pump to automatically dose liquid sodium hypochlorite as required, into the potable or treated water pipeline.

Chlorine Gas Disinfection Recirculation (CGDR)

MAK Water’s Chlorine Gas Disinfection Recirculation (CGDR) Plants are designed to automatically maintain the correct amount of free chlorine in a potable water storage tank, in accordance with Australian Drinking Water Guidelines (ADWG). The standard treatment process includes a recirculation pump to turn over the contents of the potable water storage tank twice in a 24 hour period, an inline chlorine analyser which monitors residual free chlorine and a dosing system to automatically dose chlorine gas as required.