Aqua Treatment Services (ATS)
ATS UV Replacement Lamp & Parts
Find Aqua Treatment Services (ATS) UV lamps, sleeves and manuals by selecting system below
Aqua Treatment Services (ATS) specializes in ultraviolet (UV) water disinfection systems. Since its inception, ATS has been committed to ensuring microbial-safe water and effectively neutralizes a wide range of waterborne pathogens, including bacteria, viruses, and other harmful microorganisms. Their UV systems use cutting-edge technology, providing households and commercial entities with reliable solutions to water purification challenges.
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Aqua Treatment Services (ATS) UV Frequently Asked Questions
How do I replace my Aqua Treatment Services (ATS) UV lamp?
Start by selecting your ATS UV system above. You'll be taken to a page that provides manuals or instructions for your specific model. General UV lamp replacement instructions are available here.
How do I maintain my Aqua Treatment Services (ATS) UV system?
Maintaining an Aqua Treatment Services (ATS) ultraviolet water disinfection system is essential for ensuring its optimal performance. Generally, UV bulbs should be replaced annually to ensure efficacy. The UV system's quartz sleeve should also be cleaned periodically to remove any mineral buildup or deposits that can obstruct UV light. By following these steps and consulting your system's users manual, you can achieve consistent and effective water sterilization.
Which ATS lamp or sleeve do I need for my UV disinfection system?
Select your ATS ultraviolet unit from the list above. You will be taken to a new page that shows the compatible UV lamps, sleeves and parts for your system. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to call our customer support team at 877-377-9876. We're available Monday to Friday, 9 am to 5 pm CT.
What contaminants will an Aqua Treatment Services ultraviolet system remove?
ATS UV water sterilizers effectively neutralize microbiological contaminants such as viruses (such as hepatitis, norovirus), bacteria (including E. coli, coliforms), and protozoa (like Giardia, Cryptosporidium). Ultraviolet light technology disrupts their DNA, rendering them harmless. However, UV sterilization does not remove chemical impurities or particulate matter from water. Learn more about how UV water disinfection works.