So as we look forward to another calender year, there are not no huge changes that we know of yet waiting to get implemented. So a couple of the smaller things we’re looking forward to including a table having wheels engineered on to it and UV world domination are nice little things to keep us [...]
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 [...]
Ok so I get to make an announcement and I’m very excited about it. With great pleasure I am pleased to introduce a new line of units from Van Remmen. As of now, the new validated or ‘V’ series units are available, superseding the older ‘D’ range units. Now, unsurprisingly these units offer a greater [...]
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 [...]
When I first started blogging I came across an issue with a misfiring wiper system. As I’ve grown to know and love this type of issue I’ve begun to realise that the motors in wiper systems slightly degrade over time. There’s a quite simple fix for this, we simply let them run for longer by [...]
You would be correct in being suspicious about this subject, it is the local water supplier’s job to make sure the water they’re providing gets to you in a safe and palatable manner. Like all companies though, mistakes are made. I will admit to some bias on my part insofar as I will always recommend [...]
Water treated with UV radiation will not help you become a superhero. I’ve tried it, it didn’t work! I suppose it will change your water a little bit though, but not in a bad way. Anything that’s living in your water supply, whether it be little bacteria or organic matter, will be changed. Organisms will [...]
You will have to forgive having to wait for this post, I had to do a certain amount of research to make sure everything was fairly accurate.
Once again the most important factor is transmission level (T10). Water with transmission of a set level is treated exactly the same regardless of its composition. This means that both [...]
As the resident in-house blogger at our company. I thought I’d leave some honest feedback on how I’m getting on with the blog so far. This is somewhat of an interim blog, so normal informative service will resume next week.
Recently inspired by Neil Pasricha’s ’1000 Awesome things’ award winning blog, I’ve decided to try spice up my blog a bit [...]
Here goes my attempt to review one of our products without being bias or copying from one of our spec sheets.
The Van Remmen D17 is a UV unit capable of giving up to 30m³/hr of water a 30mJ dose. It doesn’t just do that. It also has a fancy control box that beeps [...]
There is a single answer that is all encompassing for this question. You want your UV unit as close to your outlets as possible. On a single outlet, we’ll use the trusty kitchen sink pictured for our example, you want the unit under the sink. Having in your loft would mean there’s more opportunity [...]
Ok we’re going to use our imagination. Imagine that tiny specs of dirt, hardly visible to the human eye are as big as a tennis ball. Personally I think of them as a little ball of mud. Now, because UV can only shine on the outside shell of the ball, everything inside is hidden from [...]