Though I won’t go into new year resolutions and personal agendas I will wish a happy new year even if it isn’t all that new.
So it looks like we’re going to have an interesting one as we’ve been keeping an eye on Van Remmen who have currently finished a research project on Advanced Oxidation […]
If you ring up and talk to a man who sounds like he should be working in our warehouse, that’s Steve. Steve has been taken on board to relieve the load on the rest of the team to make us more efficient at our jobs (if that is even possible). As it turns out, Steve […]
Just a quick update to let you know how we’re getting on as we move past the first half of the year. We’re busy. With more and more people finding and staying with us as their suppliers, busy is a nice embracing description for the office. I suppose it goes to show that […]
Ok, so we survived January (albeit barely) and we’re back into the swing of things. We’re looking at doing some exciting things over the coming year and personally I’m looking at getting a lot more involved in the swimming pool side of things. So if you know anything about water treatment in pools, feel free […]
Well after the fiasco of last year I thought I’d keep it simple and simply wish everyone a merry Christmas and a happy new year from the team at UVO3. Also for those who weren’t luck enough to get a card from us I’ve attached the photo that everyone else has on their pin board […]
I thought I’d tell you a quick story about an unnamed customer of ours who thought that buying a cheap, equivalent lamp for one of our Sterilight units would be a good idea. This gentleman, who we actually quite like around here, phoned us up to say that he had a faulty ballast. He was […]
Following the storming success of our previous ‘ask us anything’ piece. I am pleased to open it up to the world, ditching the invitation only format.
So, any questions you have (preferably UV related but not essential) then I will be answering them the whole week starting on the 03/06/13
UV transmission or T10 is the ability of the subject to have UV light pass through it. Now usually this will mean liquids or air. Where air is negligibly constant, liquids, including clear liquids will have greatly varied levels of transmission depending on its composition.
If we are talking about liquids, we fill a 10ml square […]
My blog may seem a touch under Christmassy for this time of the year. That’s because recent events have crashed our website. It seems using nice grammar and lining it with seasonally sympathetic images as we did last year, has whipped the internet clientele into a frenzy. While being modest on disclosing the number of […]
To put it bluntly, it destroys DNA by breaking the bonds that hold it together. That statement is true no matter how complex you get with explaining it. It doesn’t melt the DNA and turn a single cell organism into a blob of goo. It simply cripples the organism’s ability to function. It’s much like […]
Here is Van Remmen’s brand new video on how their flow management system works. In the spirit of ‘a picture paints a thousand words’ I think it nicely shows what I describe in previous blogs about the flow plate.
What does this little add-on options do? Well hopefully I’ll be able to explain, please do remember though that this is in my own words and I don’t refer to manuals and the like unless I’m quoting numbers.
The function of the temperature sensor is to stop hot water coming out of the […]