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Sugar Syrup Production

Bottlers-grade liquid sugar may contain microorganisms in spore form which remain dormant until mixed into the diluted soft drink. As an alternative to pasteurisation, specially designed UV systems can treat low viscosity, opaque liquid sugar and provide disinfection of yeasts, moulds and thermophilic bacteria without significant capital and energy costs.

UV as a "Firewall"

  • Whether extracting water from a borehole or using the municipal supply, UV provides enhanced bacterial control for all water entering the bottled water site, including the elimination of chlorine-resistant organisms such as Cryptosporidium and Giardia. This reduces the risk of contamination during the manufacturing process and protects final product integrity.

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  • PureLine UVEO

    NEW – Water disinfection – Medium pressure 1 lamp technology

Sugar syrup disinfection

  • Ensure final product integrity and prevent spoilage, limited shelf-life and unwanted tastes and odours by using Medium Pressure UV treatment to eliminate harmful bacteria, yeasts and moulds which may be present in liquid sugar and grow when diluted during the manufacturing process. Unlike heat treatment, UV is proven to inactivate all micro-organisms including Thermoacidophilic bacteria such as alicyclobacillus which generates heat resistant spores.

Recommendation Product Pages :

  • PureLine S

    Sugar syrup disinfection – Medium pressure lamp technology

    Recommendation Product Pages :

    • PureLine S

      Sugar syrup disinfection – Medium pressure lamp technology

    Sugar syrup disinfection

    • Ensure final product integrity and prevent spoilage, limited shelf-life and unwanted tastes and odours by using Medium Pressure UV treatment to eliminate harmful bacteria, yeasts and moulds which may be present in liquid sugar and grow when diluted during the manufacturing process. Unlike heat treatment, UV is proven to inactivate all micro-organisms including Thermoacidophilic bacteria such as alicyclobacillus which generates heat resistant spores.

    Recommendation Product Pages :

    • PureLine S

      Sugar syrup disinfection – Medium pressure lamp technology

        Aquaculture

        With demand for fish increasing and natural fish stocks coming under immense pressure, aquaculture is a major industry focused on delivering high quality produce both efficiently and under ever-tighter environmental restrictions. Increasing stock densities while controlling the impact of yield-damaging fish diseases is the key challenge. Hanovia UV systems can play a vital part in aquaculture installations, by destroying bacteria, viruses, protozoans, cysts, spores, unwanted algae and other microorganisms. With systems ranging from capacities of under 1 m3/hr up to 2,000 m3/hr, Hanovia UV can provide an effective barrier to unwanted organisms in the stock water of aquaculture facilities.

        The following organisms which are responsible for causing fish diseases can be treated using Hanovia UV disinfection systems:

        • Viral haemorrhagic septicaemia (VHS)
        • Infectious salmon anaemia (ISA)
        • Saprolegnia (fungal disease)
        • Infectious pancreatic necrosis (IPN)
        • Coliform bacteria
        • Ichthyophthirius (white spot disease)
        • Faecal streptococci

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                Building Services

                Ultra-violet water treatment has been used in the leisure industry for more than 30 years for optimised positive bather experience and, more importantly, enhanced bather safety and security. As a complementary technology to chlorine dosing, UV provides continuous enhanced chemical and bacterial control with simple operation and maintenance.

                Globally recognised as a major leisure treatment technology, the design and guaranteed performance of UV is paramount. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in the USA specify only 3rd party validated UV systems (to NSF 50 standards) in their Model Aquatic Health Code (MAHC) for public swimming pools and spas.

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                        Marine

                        UV is one of the most compact and effective methods of treating marine ballast water to eliminate the potential transfer of invasive species from one part of the globe to another, and to assist ship owners in complying with the now ratified IMO Ballast Water Management Convention. However, the effective implementation of UV on board ship requires marine capabilities that are best provided by a specialist. Hanovia therefore has an exclusive partnership in place with marine systems specialist Wärtsilä to provide a robust range of ballast water treatment systems and services specifically designed to meet the requirements of ship owners.

                        For further information please follow this link to Wärtsilä’s website.

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