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BIO-310 UV LED Reactor

A mercury-free ultraviolet water treatment to protect potable water from dangerous microorganisms

January 2022
Gallery BIO-310 UV LED Reactor 1
Gallery BIO-310 UV LED Reactor 1


UV disinfection has been a mainstay in water treatment plants for over 20-years, used to protect potable water from dangerous microorganisms such as cryptosporidium. Typhon has developed a solution applying low power, solid-state UVC-LED light sources to high flow rate, water treatment applications. Typhon's innovative, sustainable, solutions bring unique operational advantages including environmentally friendly, mercury-free UV LED Disinfection to Municipal Water Treatment Plants and Industrial Process Water. The big technical challenge for the industry has been how to apply UVLEDs to a 24/7, high flowrate application as required for a municipal water treatment plant - Typhon has delivered that solution.

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Label Date January 18, 2022
From United Kingdom
Maturity stage Initial market commercialization
Looking For Network, New clients, Visibility, Funding, Partners, Credibility

The environmental benefits

  • No Mercury. Complying with the UN Minamata Convention and RoHs Compliant
  • Less than 50% power consumption over the systems operating life
  • Zero waste, with no requirement for the regulated disposal of mercury lamps

The Financial benefits

  • Whole Life Cost Saving - reducing UV System cost of ownership by more than 25%
  • Reducing UV System footprint requirement by more than 50% due to reduced infrastructure requirements

Activity Region

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United Kingdom,

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Company Profile

Typhon Treatment Systems Limited

Typhon Treatment Systems Ltd. is a UK registered water treatment equipment manufacturing company formed in 2014 to develop ultraviolet (UV) light emitting diode (LED) water treatment technology.

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Headquarters Penrith CA11 0BF, UK
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