The Hallett™ System incorporates a revolutionary design never before available in Australia and New Zealand for ultra violet water treatment. Cutting edge Crossfire technology operates differently from conventional UV treatment systems using a fail safe process that removes the risk associated with conventional UV systems - ensuring pure, safe water always.
The Hallett ultra violet systems from UV Pure Technologies redefine the standard for ultra violet water purification. The systems unique design allows consistent delivery of the highest possible UV dose from the proprietary high-output lamps.
Crossfire Technology is Risk Free & Fail-Safe
Crossfire Technology uses dual smart UV sensors mounted in air, which cannot foul and are more reliable indicators of system performance. Lamps are air-cooled and maintain consistent levels of UV output for maximum pathogen deactivation. Computerized alarms, and an auto shut-off fail-safe valve are on board so you know only safe water can enter your water system
Crossfire Technology is Self-Cleaning
Crossfire Technology uses a stainless steel wiper to clean the inside of the quartz tube eliminating quartz fouling and the need for a water softener making abrasive quartz cleaning a thing of the past – saving money and the environment.
Crossfire Technology is Virtually Maintenance Free
Crossfire technology utilizes two lamps mounted in air, outside the quartz tube so maintaining a Hallett is as easy as changing a light bulb with no system draining required.
Crossfire Technology is Easy to Install
Crossfire technology employs flexible FIP for quick and simple installation.
Hallett™ 13 – for Residential applications, and Hallett 30 for Commercial Application is the world's only NSF/ANSI 55 Class A certified UV water purification device with patented Crossfire Technology™.
UV Pure's Hallett™ system for homes outperforms conventional systems by delivering the most effective UV dosage rates for removal of all pathogens including viruses, bacteria, cryptosporidium, giardia, & legionella.
Hallett UV systems perform in parallel
Hallett UV systems can be configured in parallel formation ensuring flow rates are met as required for each individual location - this means there is no need for a fully redundant system on standby. This saves money and makes regular maintenance extremely easy.