Triogen TR2 UV Range
The Triogen TR2 range has been designed as an ideal treatment of koi and other fish ponds and significantly enhances water quality on a very cost effective basis.
With one to four high output, low pressure UV systems available, the Triogen TR2 series offers a maximum flow capacity of 40m³/h with a powerful UV dose of 30mJ/cm² at the end of the 18-month (12,000-hour) lamp life.
This treatment is highly effective against green water and inactivates single cell algae, allowing the aggregated debris to be removed by mechanical filtration. Additionally, the high 30mJ/cm2 dose provides an invaluable barrier against fish diseases by reducing the level of harmful bacteria, viruses and protozoa in the water, including Vibrio, Aeromonas hydrophilia and Koi Herpes Virus, by a minimum of 99.9%.
UV treatment operates in an entirely beneficial fashion to the fish pond environment, passing no harmful by-products into the water and allowing established mechanical and biological filtration systems to operate in their normal way.
The Triogen TR2 vessel is manufactured in 100% corrosion resistant UV inhibited polymeric material. The lamps are powered by electronic ballasts which are weather protected within the reactor top cap making the units suitable for both indoor and outdoor applications. The CE approved UV systems have a small footprint and low power consumption.
A unique feature of the Triogen TR2 UV Range is that the UV lamps and power ballast are housed within the same vessel across the range, it is therefore possible to add additional lamps and ballasts to an existing unit should extra treatment capacity be required in the future. The unique design also offers the advantage of selectable inlet and outlet positions.
All the models within the Triogen TR2 UV range are supplied with both metric and imperial connectors allowing easy connection onto existing or new pond systems.
All Triogen TR2 units incorporate an external pressure gauge and an internal pressure switch which automatically turns off the UV lamps in a low flow condition.
A semi-transparent centre ring allows visual confirmation that all lamps are operating correctly.