2" VESSEL COMMERCIAL SYSTEM
PT # HYR2CSC-UVO
CONTROLLER
Included in 2" & 4" Systems
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SATISFIES MODEL AQUATIC HEALTH CODE RECOMMENDATIONS

AS A SECONDARY DISINFECTION SYSTEM

HydroRite UVO3 is NSF Certified as secondary disinfection system. NSF testing requires the inactivation of more than 99.9% of chlorine resistant microorganisms such as Cryptosporidium and Giardia. The Model Aquatic Health Code as defined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention supports the NSF testing and requirements for secondary disinfection systems. The Model Aquatic Health Code (MAHC) is a voluntary guidance document, designed to help educate, calibrate and align local and state authorities, facility operators, equipment manufacturers and regulatory agencies on the best available science and practices for public aquatic facility management. On the specific issue of water sanitization, the MAHC clearly endorses that secondary disinfection systems, such as UV or Ozone, be recommended on all aquatic facilities, but required on all public aquatic venues designed for children under 5 years of age and on therapy pools.

Visit the CDC for more information.

THE PERFECT FIT

WITH PH/ORP CAT CONTROLLERS® AND SALINE C® 6.0

 

For total efficiency and maximum control, HydroRite UV03 is the perfect complement to Saline C 6.0 commercial salt chlorine generator and our pH/ORP/TDS CAT Controllers, like the new CAT 5500®. When these products are installed together, this complete sanitization system becomes an advanced automated water quality solution. Commercial pool operators and managers can also enjoy the convenience of remote monitoring (now including conductivity/NaCl) and audit tracking of multiple pools via PoolComm®.

SIZE YOUR SYSTEM

STEP 1

CALCULATE BASED ON REQUIRED

Turnover Rate (HRS)
Flow Rate (GPM)

STEP 2

EQUIPMENT SUGGESTIONS

BASED ON YOUR INFORMATION


  • Pool Size (Gal):
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Selection Factors to Consider:
  1. Please check plumbing requirements 2" vs 4"
  2. Please check health department requirements for output prior to sizing - check if back-up sanitization is applicable
  3. Physical size - check pump room size and installer requirements
  4. Piping - check pipe size and configuration - i.e.. bi-pass, 2" required inlet and outlets