Ultraviolet Systems
swtwater.com UVMP Series
Premium Commercial/Industrial UV Systems
SWT’s UVMP Series UV Systems are built with an innovative modular design for easy field expansion. These premium systems are specifically intended for a wide range of commercial and industrial applications including disinfection, ozone destruction, and TOC reduction. Each system is engineered to provide optimized flow and retention time to reduce bacteria by up to 99.9%. With dosage levels of 30 mJ/cm² or higher at rated flow, these units assure effective UV treatment. Available in High Output and Amalgam models. Made in USA.
UVMP High Output Series UV System
High Output Standard Features
316L electropolished and passivated stainless steel treatment chamber
100 psi maximum operating pressure
Remote power enclosure with viewing window
Elapsed running time meter
LED lamp status indicator
254nm or 185nm high output UV lamps with 10,000 hour lamp life
Horizontal or vertical mounting
Electronic power supply
120V 50-60Hz
High Output Options
150 psi maximum operating pressure
Manual quartz sleeve wiper system
Ultraviolet monitor with 0–100% UV intensity display
4–20mA linear output
High heat shutoff
Remote 304 stainless steel enclosure with viewing window
220V/240V 50–60HZ
UVMP Amalgam Series UV Systems
Amalgam Standard Features
316L electropolished and passivated stainless steel treatment chamber
150 psi maximum operating pressure
Remote 304 stainless steel enclosure with viewing window
Elapsed running time meter
LED UV lamp status indicators
Amalgam UV lamps with 10,000 hour lamp life
Horizontal or vertical mounting
120V 50-60Hz
   
Amalgam Options
Ultraviolet monitor with 0–100% UV intensity display
4–20mA linear output
High heat shutoff
220V/240V 50–60HZ
 
 
UVMP High Output Series Ultraviolet Systems
Part
Number *
Inlet/Outlet
Connections
Number
of Lamps
Total Lamp
Watts
Flow Rate ** Dimensions
Inches
(L x W x H)
Clear, Fresh
Water
RO/DI
Water
UVMP1-N 2 inch MNPT 1 80 W 35 GPM 40 GPM 39.17 x 8.25 x 11.88
UVMP1-F 2 inch Flange 40.50 x 8.25 x 13.18
UVMP1-S 2 inch Sanitary 39.17 x 8.25 x 11.88
UVMP2-N 2 inch MNPT 2 160 W 70 GPM 84 GPM 39.17 x 8.25 x 11.88
UVMP2-F 2 inch Flange 40.50 x 8.25 x 13.18
UVMP2-S 2 inch Sanitary 39.17 x 8.25 x 11.88
UVMP3-F 3 inch Flange 3 240 W 115 GPM 135 GPM 41.20 x 8.27 x 13.75
UVMP3-S 3 inch Sanitary 40.03 x 8.27 x 12.77
UVMP4-F 3 inch Flange 4 320 W 150 GPM 180 GPM 41.20 x 8.27 x 13.75
UVMP4-S 3 inch Sanitary 40.03 x 8.27 x 12.77
* High Output TOC Reduction UV Systems available. Add “–TOC” to end of part number.
High Output Ozone Destruction UV Systems available. Add “–O3D” to end of part number.
** Flow rates are based on 95% UVT for clear fresh water, 99% UVT for RO or DI water, and EOL dosage of 30 mJ/cm² or higher at rated flow.
 
 
UVMP Amalgam Series Ultraviolet Systems
Part
Number *
Inlet/Outlet
Connections
Number
of Lamps
Total Lamp
Watts
Flow Rate ** Dimensions
Inches
(L x W x H)
Clear, Fresh
Water
RO/DI
Water
UVMP2A-F 3 inch Flange 2 240 W 110 GPM 125 GPM 40.50 x 8.25 x 13.18
UVMP2A-S 3 inch Sanitary 39.17 x 8.25 x 11.88
UVMP3A-F 3 inch Flange 3 360 W 200 GPM 235 GPM 41.20 x 8.27 x 13.75
UVMP3A-S 3 inch Sanitary 40.03 x 8.27 x 12.77
UVMP4A-F 3 inch Flange 4 480 W Call Call 41.20 x 8.27 x 13.75
UVMP4A-S 3 inch Sanitary 40.03 x 8.27 x 12.77
* Amalgam Ozone Destruction UV Systems available. Add “–O3D” to end of part number.
** Flow rates are based on 95% UVT for clear fresh water, 99% UVT for RO or DI water, and EOL dosage of 30 mJ/cm² or higher at rated flow.
 
 
UVMP Options
—  150 psi maximum operating pressure
(P/N UVMP-150)
—  Manual quartz sleeve wiper system
(P/N UVMP-MWS)
—  Ultraviolet monitor with 0–100% UV intensity display
(P/N UVMP-NBUM)
—  4–20mA linear output for ultraviolet monitor
(P/N UVMP-4-20mA)
—  High heat shutoff
(P/N UVMP-HHSO)
—  Remote 304 stainless steel enclosure with viewing window
(P/N UVMP-SSENC)
 
 
 
Safe Water Technologies, Inc.
996 Bluff City Boulevard
Elgin, IL 60120 USA
 
 
Telephone: +1.847.888.6900
Facsimile: +1.847.888.6924
E-mail: info@swtwater.com
http://www.swtwater.com

Last Updated: March 29, 2017