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Watts (HSUV-SS-1-1) Hydro-Safe 1 GPM UV Disinfection System 110 Volt

Watts (HSUV-SS-1-1) Hydro-Safe 1 GPM UV Disinfection System 110 Volt


Retail Price:: $565.63

Your Savings:: $215.64

Your Price: $349.99


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Built with a 304 stainless steel chamber and comes with an electronic ballast with an audible and visual alarm. These lamps are rated at 30 mj/cm2 at the end of lamp life (9,000 hrs). This particular system has 1/4" MNPT.

Features & Benefits

  • Provides disinfection without the use of chemicals
  • Reduces bacteria, virus and protozoa by 99.99%
  • Electronic ballasts providing constant output current over the entire operating range
  • Improved surge protection
  • Annual lamp replacement reminder feature
  • Polished, 304 stainless steel reactor chambers for durability
  • Easy servicing (no need to disconnect water flow during lamp replacement)
  • Open end quartz sleeves for optimum operating temperature and sealing efficiency
  • Aluminum base for quick and easy servicing


  • Well water
  • Surface water
  • Municipal water
  • Food service & processing
  • Hospitals
  • Aquaculture
  • Electronics
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Hotels
  • Water bottlers
  • Laboratories
  • Marine

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Questions & Answers

Q:  My brother and I are looking for a UV disinfection lamp for a hydroponics project. We plan to use the lamp after a carbon filter, to make sure all sediments are removed before going into the lamp. I have a few question and concerns. 1. What pressure would be best for this style lamp? 2. What kind of carbon filters will we need size wise? 3. What is the GPM that the lamp produces? 4. How often do the lamps need to be changed? 5. How much are the replacement lamps? 6. Can the lamp be placed on a HOA switch, float alert or dosing switch? 7. Can the lamp be installed in a vertical or horizontal position? 8. What’s the average temperature of the water after it passes through the UV?
Asked by:  - 3/7/2014 (Submit an answer)
A: 1) pressure less than 125 psi is best. A recommended pressure of 75 psi is what I would recommend the psi to be.
2) carbon size won't really matter. Any size will do
3) 1 gpm
4) 9000 hours
5) about $60
6) not to my knowledge.
7) yes, any position is fine.
8) temperature ratings have never need measured after a uv though I'm very certain it is less than 100 degrees. It's usually described as a slightly warmer water than the cold line.
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