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ATG UV Technology has developed a range of ultraviolet disinfection units to help food and beverage manufacturers to eliminate micro-organisms from process water, product water and sugar solutions.

According to the company, waterborne micro-organisms are responsible for adverse effects on the flavour, colour, odour and shelf life of soft drinks, bottled water and food products.

Key benefits

  • The ultraviolet disinfection units allow manufacturers to control these potential contaminants, reducing the risk of costly production downtime, product recall or even fatality, according to the company.
  • Ultraviolet treatment eliminates all types of waterborne micro-organisms, including bacteria, moulds, yeasts and algae.
  • With a number of emerging pathogens now displaying increased resistance to chlorine disinfection, this type of treatment offers an alternative to conventional chemical methods.

atg UV Technology have been proudly supplying UV equipment since 1981. As UV experts, we can offer standard low pressure, low pressure amalgam and high power medium pressure UV systems. Additionally we also offer bespoke ultraviolet disinfection treatment systems providing our clients with an individually tailored solution to solve complex disinfection problems.

atg UV can supply individual products for flows ranging from a few litres per hour to over 5,000 m3/hr in a single unit. We are excited to be presenting our latest range of products at Aquatech 2011.


atg UV Technology are prime manufacturers of Low Pressure, Low Pressure Amalgam and Medium Pressure UV disinfection / UV Treatment systems.  atg UV also offer Special Ultraviolet disinfection / treatment systems offering clients an individually tailored service to solve the most complex of disinfection problems.

With three decades of experience in the Ultraviolet industry combined with constant product innovation and the development of award winning system designs, atg UV provide economic, versatile and durable solutions for many applications in a variety of industry sectors and operating environments, with flows ranging from a few litres per hour to over 5,000m3/hr in a single unit .

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