UV Systems for Advanced Oxidation

Chemical contaminants can be treated with UV (either alone or with an oxidant). Trojan has a family of reactors designed to treat chemical contaminants through UV-photolysis or UV-oxidation. 

TrojanUV Environmental Contaminant Treatment Systems

TrojanUVSwiftECT environmental contaminant treatment UV system TrojanUVPhox environmental contaminant treatment UV system TrojanUVTorrentECT environmental contaminant treatment UV system
TrojanUVSwift™ECT
Compact, hydraulically-efficient chamber
TrojanUVPhox™
Vertically stackable, modular design
TrojanUVTorrent™ECT
Equipped with TrojanUV Solo Lamp™ Technology
TrojanUVFlex environmental contaminant treatment UV system
TrojanUVFlex™AOP
Compact, eco-efficient UV-oxidation

We developed the TrojanUVPhox™ to provide municipalities with an energy efficient UV system that can perform UV-oxidation (an Advanced Oxidation Process [AOP] or Environmental Contaminant Treatment [ECT]) to remove trace environmental contaminants from the water such as volative organic compounds (VOCs).

The use of low-pressure amalgam lamps in the TrojanUVPhox allows the UV system to minimize power consumption and reduce maintenance requirements due to its long lamp life.
Multiple lamp types and configurations are available for ECT applications. Based on the plant’s design goals, Trojan’s ECT products are customized to meet the plant’s requirements.
Other ECT applications include the treatment of taste and odor compounds in drinking water, especially after an algae bloom. The compact TrojanUVSwift™ECT is designed to operate in disinfection-mode throughout the year. However, during a taste and odor event, additional lamps are activated and hydrogen peroxide is added to perform UV-oxidation to eliminate taste and odor compounds.

Let’s Determine if the UV Advanced Oxidation Process Makes Sense for Your Plant

Our renowned team of scientists and researchers have analyzed thousands of water samples from around the world, and our industry-defining UV AOP systems have been installed at treatment plants from California to Australia to treat a wide array of contaminants, including 1,4-dioxane, pesticides, nitrosamines, taste-and-odor-causing compounds, and algal toxins.

We will measure characteristics of your water critical to UV-oxidation performance – such as UV transmittance, pH, nitrate ion concentration, and radical scavenging – to determine if UV AOP makes sense for your plant. Then, we can design a robust UV advanced oxidation system specifically for your unique treatment needs, guaranteed to meet your contaminant removal requirements.

Contact us at +1 (888) 220-6118, or email us today.


  • TrojanUVFlexAOP

    Utilizing revolutionary TrojanUV Solo Lamp™ Technology, the TrojanUVFlex™AOP provides high-intensity treatment of chemical contaminants in an extremely compact footprint.

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  • TrojanUVPhox

    The TrojanUVPhox™ (UV-photolysis and UV-oxidation) solution is a groundbreaking, pressurized ultraviolet (UV) light chamber that utilizes Trojan’s high-output, monochromatic amalgam UV lamps.

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  • TrojanUVSwiftECT

    The TrojanUVSwift™ECT is a hydraulically optimized, polychromatic lamp-based UV chamber for use in the treatment of environmental contaminants. It is suitable for removing contaminants from large flow rates within a compact footprint.

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  • TrojanUVTorrentECT

    The TrojanUVTorrent™ECT, equipped with revolutionary TrojanUV Solo Lamp™ Technology, is a low-pressure, high-efficiency system with high UV output. It's ideal for year-round treatment of chemical contaminants at high flows.

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  • Advanced Oxidation - Groundwater Remediation

    In many areas, localized releases of industrial chemicals such as 1,4-dioxane and volatile organic compounds (VOCs), pesticides, petroleum additives, and other fuel components such as benzene and hydrazine, have impaired groundwater quality. These...

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  • Advanced Oxidation - Indirect Potable Reuse

    The reuse of wastewater for augmentation of drinking water supplies (a process known as indirect potable reuse or IPR) is rapidly gaining support as a means of achieving a sustainable water supply and for protection against drought.

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  • Seasonal Taste & Odor Treatment

    When algae blooms die in late summer/early fall, chemicals such as geosmin and 2-methylisoborneol (MIB) are released causing water to smell and taste earthy or musty.

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  • Advanced Oxidation - Contaminant Treatment

    Water sources, groundwater and surface water, are increasingly impacted by contamination. With population pressures, climate change, and overuse making every water source important, water providers are increasingly looking to advanced treatment...

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  • What are Environmental Contaminants?

    There is a growing awareness of chemicals in the world's water supply. Recent research has shown that a wide variety of such chemicals exist at trace concentrations in streams, lakes, rivers and groundwater throughout the world.

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