PharmaLine PQP

PharmaLine PQP

Hanovia’s PharmaLine PQP systems are aimed specifically at providing third party validated UV disinfection for Purified Water Generation System Pre-treatment where sanitary design is not critical and the treated water is not regarded as ‘product’. By using a third party validated UV system you can be certain that:

  • The UV dose being produced will disinfect the water, eliminate objectionable organisms, reduce the bio-burden, protect against bio-fouling in pre-treatment technologies such as softeners and reverse osmosis membranes

  • You will require less downtime for pre-treatment CIP / SIP cycles and experience lower operating costs.

  • The DVGW certified dry sensor will accurately measure the germicidal output of the UV system and calculate and display a validated a UV dose making it easy to monitor and log performance.

  • The intuitive control system will monitor external flow and transmittance meter inputs and ensure optimum UV system performance based on real time operating conditions.

Key Features What it gives you benefits for you
Dry DVGW approved UV sensor measuring germicidal wavelengths Continuous verification of performance with real time RED dose reading and inbuilt low dose warning Easy to monitor and log system performance
UVGuardTM on UV sensor window Protects against UV exposure when checking a UV duty sensor with a reference sensor while the system is operating Ability to safely audit the UV performance without interrupting production
Flow and UV transmittance (UVT) meter inputs Dose reading based on actual process conditions when meters are connected Accurate UV dose reading guaranteed under wide range of operating conditions
Option of using a transmittance compensating third party dose equation Ability to calculate RED dose compensating for changes in transmittance without a transmittance meter Accurate UV dose reading guaranteed under wide range of operating conditions without adding a UV transmittance meter
Third party validated UV systems tested in accordance with the USEPA UV Disinfection Guidance Manual UV system dose equations and sizing have been independently derived Confidence the system will perform as stated
Single low pressure amalgam lamp technology (LPHO) Targeted microbiological wavelength Proven log reduction of microorganisms as part of a multi-barrier purified water process
Reduced bio-burden in pre-treatment equipment leading to fewer CIP / SIP cycles and optimised production efficiency
Protects RO membranes from bio-fouling, reducing CIP frequency and downtime
Designed for pre-treatment processes in the pharmaceutical industry Flanged connections, standard internal finish Reduced system cost where sanitary design is not critical
FDA-approved materials used for all wetted parts Industry compliant materials
Compact design Can be fitted to skids Easy integration
Can be retrofitted to existing process
RS 485 Modbus Single cable connection to customer control system
Material: StSt 316L / 1.4404
Internal finish: As made pipe and tube, welds as laid, electropolished and passivated
External finish: Sateen polish (120 grit) electropolished and passivated
Process (mating) connections: Flange EN 1092-1 PN16
Drain connection: Tri-clamp to ISO 2852
End plate: Removable tri-clamp except PQP 0090 which is flanged
Degree of protection: IP65 equivalent to NEMA 4 but not for outside use
Arc tube (lamp): Low pressure amalgam
Arc tube enclosure: Pure quartz
Number of arc tubes (lamps): 1
Expected lamp life: 12000 hours
Temperature sensor: Yes
UV sensor: Dry DVGW compliant UV sensor with UVGuardTM window
Working fluid temperature: 5°C to 40°C
Maximum CIP temperature: 95°C with cabinet electrically isolated
Hydrostatically pressure tested: Yes to PED requirements EN 13445
Chamber mounting: Horizontal only
Operating pressure: 10 bar
Seals: EPDM, FDA 21 CFR 177.2600, USP Class VI 121°C approved
Transmittance compensating dose equation
Document Support Pack
Cabinet material: Stainless steel 304
Operation and Maintenance manual and printed Installation and Commissioning manual in Chinese, English, French, German and Spanish
Wiper: automatic (pneumatically driven)
Flange options: ANSI 150, JIS, Table ‘E’ and tri-clamp with chamber internal finish
Lead length: 20 & 28 m PQP 0005 – 0008, 14 m PQP 0016 – 0090
Maximum CIP temperature: 130°C (panel switched off)
In-field UV reference sensor kit
Welder Document Pack for chamber construction
Bleed: Hygienic valve with tri-clamp connection supplied loose
Skid mounting
Variable power: Stepless variable power on PQP 0090 only (40% reduction from max ballast power, 20% dose reduction)
Material: Polyester coated carbon steel
Degree of protection: IP66 / NEMA 4
Supply voltages: 230 V (207 V to 253 V) 50/60 Hz
Operating temperature range: 5°C to 40°C
Relative humidity: <95% non-condensing
Cooling fans: No
Interconnecting cable lengths: 10 m
Display: 4 line LCD, indicating system status including alarms
Operating menu: 3 levels with password protection
Fault finding: Event log
4-20 mA passive outputs: UV dose or UV intensity
24 V dc 10 mA max outputs: Lamp ON, any trip, any warning, system ready, system in remote, bleed valve
4-20 mA active or passive: Flow meter and transmittance meter
VFC inputs: Remote stop/start and remote reset
RS 485: Modbus
CE marked, CETLUS to UL 61010-1, IEC 61010-1

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