UV systems from the Polish manufacturer, TMA, intended for industrial and institutional installations. They are characterised by high lamp efficiency, enabling the longest continuous operating time and a wide range of offered models, including those intended for installations with exceptionally high flows.
V series of the UV systems from the Polish manufacturer, TMA, features lower nominal flow rates and is intended for smaller industrial and institutional installations. They are characterised by a capacity range from 0.5 to 11 m3/h. They completely remove bacteria from water and stop them from multiplying in the water system. The housing of the UV systems is made of acid-resistant steel, ensuring the highest resistance to difficult working conditions. The control cabinet is equipped with the operating time counter and the alarm system. All models can be extended with a UV intensity measurement sensor.
AM series of the TMA sterilisers intended for, among others, industrial applications, multi-family residential buildings and swimming pool installations. The UV systems with nominal flow rates of 18-550 m3/h use low-pressure amalgam lamps, which are characterised by high disinfection efficiency and the longest operating time (up to 16000h). All models in the AM series consist of a control cabinet with the alarm system and the operating time counter, as well as the housing made of stainless steel AISI 3104L or AISI 316L). The UV systems can be additionally equipped with a UV intensity measurement sensor.
AMX series of the TMA UV systems are intended for water disinfection in large industrial and institutional installations. Thanks to the use of much more powerful lamps (325W), AMX series of the UV systems stands out from other manufacturer's products. All models from the series are equipped with modern amalgam lamps, characterised by operating time up to 16000 h in a continuous mode). The devices consist of a housing (made of one of two types of stainless steel) and a control cabinet. The offer includes 10 models of UV systems with flow rates from 40 m³/h to 1400 m³/h.