Here’s a quick update with the current structure of UVO3 in regards to where everyone is positioned in the company.
Andrew – General manager
Holly – Accounts
Josh – Warehouse and dispatch
Joe – Sales and servicing
Ryan – Everything else but officially CoMS
We’re looking at bringing in a few more people to […]
and when to have them. So this may be a bit of a misleading term. Critical. It’s a pretty descriptive word that I’m going to try explain our reference point to. When we’re dealing with UV systems critical spares are the parts you need to maintain water flow. This is usually just the quartz sleeve […]
Well it’s that time of the year again so UVO3 are going to wish you all a merry Christmas and a happy New Year. We’ve had an overwhelmingly good year with the one exception being Steve’s incident with the tractor. Apart from that though, it’s been great. That’s me signing off. I’ll speak to you […]
So we at UVO3 come in to contact with filters quite often as they’re used to compliment the process of treating your water with UV. Though we don’t get involved in weird and wonderful filters (we solely deal with standard sized sediment filters) I thought I’d give our take on what the difference is between […]
You can now follow us on Twitter at #UVO3. Being new to the Twitter platform it’s going to take some time to figure out what’s going on but I’m sure I’ll get my head around it before long. Feel free to contact us through there as well, I’m going to try monitor it pretty regularly.
Bringing systems out of winter mode isn’t hard but there are a few things to remember when you look into doing it. I’ll go through the more important things with you.
Double check there wasn’t water left in the unit. Honestly! The last thing you want is to blast broken glass down your pipe work […]
We’ve seen environment agencies increasingly recommending that UV sensors are installed with UV units. I’ll quickly take you through what a UV sensor does and the pros and cons of having one on your UV unit. Bear in mind that this is purely subjective and written from my own experience. However, I have personally advised […]
With the nights drawing in it’s worth noting that UV units with little or no flow going through them over night should have some attention given to them before it’s gets down to sub-zero temperatures. There are a couple of ways that we recommend doing this.
If the unit is in use and your lamp […]
We’ve seen a change of the guard at Van Remmen. Our account manager William has flown the nest to go to pastures new. Everyone at UVO3 would like to thank William for the relentless optimism, the out of hours efforts and the hard work that he’s put in over the years. We wish you all […]
This is an area we’re developing here at UVO3. We’ve had a few enquiries that we’ve dealt with very successfully and it being a very niche area we find ourselves ideally placed to offer sensible solutions. From production factories to operating theatres, we’ve already seen how diverse the market is, but we find that UV […]
When we’re dealing with UV it’s important to recognise that it is a ‘point of use’ technology. If you put in a UV unit and you have a mouldy tap, then you’re still going to have bugs and bacteria in the water coming out of that tap. With that in mind I’m going to explain […]