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.

A range of contaminants can be treated such as taste and odor-causing compounds, pesticides, pharmaceuticals, personal care products and endocrine disrupting compounds.

At the same time, the system will disinfect bacteria, viruses and protozoa including the chlorine-resistant pathogens Cryptosporidium and Giardia.

Revolutionary Lamp Technology
TrojanUV Solo Lamp™ Technology offers very high UV output without compromising electrical-efficiency or space requirements. It combines the benefits of other lamp technologies – the low lamp count of medium-pressure UV systems with the high electrical-efficiency of low-pressure systems. The result is a compact, cost-effective UV-oxidation system that is easy and quick to maintain.
ActiClean™ Dual-Action Automatic Cleaning System
ActiClean™ provides automatic sleeve cleaning while the system is operating – eliminating the need to take the system off-line for regular manual cleaning. The combination of food-grade cleaning gel and mechanical action removes deposits on sleeves much more effectively than mechanical wiping alone. The TrojanUVTorrent™ECT is the only high-efficiency UV-oxidation system in the world that employs chemical-mechanical cleaning.
Chamber Design and Operation
The efficient chamber design minimizes head loss and pumping requirements. Individual lamp banks can operate independently, providing the opportunity to turn individual banks off when treating contaminants with intermittent occurrence (e.g.,  seasonal taste & odor causing compounds).
Third-Party Validation
The TrojanUVTorrent™ECT is third-party validated for microbial disinfection in accordance with USEPA standards for the inactivation of Cryptosporidium, Giardia and viruses.
Safe and Easy Maintenance
The latest safety features have been incorporated into the chamber. Automatic disconnects prevent operators from accidentally being exposed to UV light. The lamps can be replaced without de-pressurizing the chamber and since all electrical connections are located on one side of the lamp, replacement can be performed quickly.
System Characteristics
Number of Lamps
  • 96 (6 x 16 lamp banks)
Lamp Type
  • TrojanUV Solo Lamp™
Sleeve Wiping
  • Automatic chemical/mechanical wiping system
Flange Size
  • 48” (1200 mm)
Electrical Requirements
Standard Voltage
  • 480V, 60Hz, 3-phase, 4-wire + ground for environmental
Panel Rating
  • Type 12 Indoor, Type 4x Indoor
  • UV Water Treatment - Cryptosporidium Barrier

    Cryptosporidium is a harmful protozoa that can cause severe illness and even death in some individuals. Fortunately, this chlorine-resistant parasite can be easily inactivated with a low UV dose.


  • 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.


  • 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.


  • 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 technologies to restore contaminated sources.


  • 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 groundwater “plumes” are commonplace, and in many cases impact public water supplies or impedes the redevelopment of potentially valuable land.


  • UV Water Treatment - Giardia Barrier

    Giardia can be found worldwide and is one of the most common waterborne parasites. Low UV doses can inactivate Giardia without forming disinfection by-products.


  • UV Water Treatment - Virus Barrier

    There are a variety of viruses that may be present in water that, if not treated, may present a health risk to consumers. Examples include adenovirus, rotavirus, poliovirus, and coxsackievirus.


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