The TrojanUVSwift™ offers proven performance against waterborne pathogens including viruses, bacteria and protozoa. Our advanced systems meet disinfection targets with unsurpassed reliability with no known disinfection by-products.

Compact, Effective, Reliable UV Drinking Water System

This compact system has demonstrated its installation flexibility and effective, reliable performance around the world in hundreds of installations.

Available in multiple flange sizes, it is well suited to drinking water disinfection projects – new and retrofit applications – for a wide range of flow rates.

The TrojanUVSwift is also upgradeable to models designed to treat the compounds responsible for seasonal taste and odor events (e.g. MIB and geosmin) and other chemical contaminants. Known as the TrojanUVSwift™ECT (Environmental Contaminant Treatment), this UV system uses specialized controls in conjunction with hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) to cost effectively perform UV-oxidation.

Engineered and Built for Dependable Performance

The TrojanUVSwift requires a minimal number of lamps to treat a given flow, and is serviceable from one side for easy maintenance. It also incorporates innovative features to reduce O&M costs, including efficient, variable output, electronic lamp drivers and Trojan’s revolutionary ActiClean™ system – the industry’s only dual-action, sleeve cleaning system.

Common Replacement Parts for the TrojanUVSwift

  • # 820392, # 820856, # 820777, # 820776 

Quartz Sleeves

  • # 820087, # 820821-558, # 820195, # 820820-876, # 820432, # 820772

Lamp Drivers

  • # 915109, # 913262, # 913042, # 913939, # 913262
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Smallest Footprint in the Industry
The chambers feature medium-pressure lamps - which means its compact footprint simplifies installation and minimizes related capital costs. The chamber is fully serviceable from one side – allowing the system to be installed tight to walls, other equipment or piping. The chamber was validated with a 90˚ elbow installed immediately before inlet to ensure consistent dose delivery – even under challenging hydraulic conditions created by upstream piping.
ActiClean™ Dual-Action Automatic Cleaning System
ActiClean™ provides on-line sleeve cleaning automatically while the system is disinfecting – eliminating the need and labor costs of taking the system off-line for routine manual. The combination of food-grade cleaning gel and mechanical action removes deposits on sleeves much more effectively than mechanical wiping alone.
Touch-screen Interface Allows Easy Operation and Monitoring
This PLC-based system controls all UV functions and dose pacing to minimize energy use while maintaining required dose. The controller communicates with plant SCADA systems for centralized monitoring of UV performance, lamp status, power levels, hours of operation and alarm status.
Upgradeable for Changing Requirements and Taste & Odor Control
Chambers can be configured to accept additional lamps after installation to cost-effectively meet increased capacity, system redundancy, or taste & odor (T&O) treatment requirements. The TrojanUVSwift™ECT, an upgraded system for Environmental Contaminant Treatment, acts as a barrier against microbial contaminants, as well as nitrosamines, endocrine disruptors, pesticides, and other chemical compounds.
System Characteristics
Max Flow Rate
  • Up to 40 MGD (6300 m3/h)
UV Transmittance
  • 70 - 98%
Number of Lamps
  • 2 - 16
Max System Pressure
  • 150 psi (10 bar)
Cleaning System
  • None
  • ActiClean™ Sleeve Cleaning System
Max Water Temperature
  • 30°C
  • 316L stainless steel
Flange Types
  • 12" (300mm)
  • 24" (600mm)
  • 30" (800mm)
NSF Certification 60/61
  • Yes
Control Panel
Materials of Construction
  • Painted mild steel (gray)
  • Type 12 (IP54)
UL&CE Certification
  • Yes
Ethernet Network Interface, Data Trending, Remote Modem
  • Yes
Electrical Requirements
Standard Voltage
  • 480V, 3 Phase, 4 Wire + GND, 60Hz (Swift 12)
  • 480V, 3 Phase, 3 Wire + GND, 60Hz (Swift 24 and Swift 30)
  • Other options available
  • 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.


  • UV Water Treatment - Primary Disinfection

    By employing UV as the primary disinfectant, the required chemical contact time can be reduced or eliminated (dependant upon local regulations).


  • UV Water Treatment - Multi-Barrier Strategy

    UV is a perfect fit as an additional barrier in a multi-barrier strategy to provide additional public safety.


  • 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.


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