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Luminor UV Replacement Lamp & Parts

Find genuine Luminor UV lamps, sleeves and manuals by selecting your system below

Luminor Environmental is known for their cutting-edge UV water disinfection products and excellence in water treatment solutions. Luminor's UV water sterilizers employ advanced ultraviolet technology to effectively eliminate harmful microorganisms like bacteria, viruses, and pathogens from water sources. Their products are designed for efficiency and ease of use, while ensuring safe water for households and businesses. Luminor UV systems are designed and assembled in Canada with the highest quality components.

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Luminor Environmental Frequently Asked Questions

How do I replace my Luminor UV lamp?

Start by selecting your Luminor ultraviolet water disinfection system above. You'll be taken to a page that provides manuals or instructions for your specific model. Luminor Environmental provides a 3-minute video on "How to replace the lamp on your UV system". You can also watch this short video on how to replace a Luminor Blackcomb quartz sleeve.

How do I clean and maintain my Luminor UV system?

Maintaining a UV water sterilizer system is crucial to ensure its effectiveness in disinfecting water. Here are steps you can take to properly maintain the system:

    1. Regular Inspection: Perform routine visual inspections of the UV system to check for any visible signs of damage, wear, or fouling.

    2. Replace UV Lamp: Follow Luminor's recommended schedule for replacing the UV lamp, usually every 9-12 months, even if it still appears to be working. Over time, the lamp's effectiveness diminishes.

    3. Clean Quartz Sleeve: Remove the quartz sleeve that protects the UV lamp and clean it using a non-abrasive cloth or brush. Use a specialized quartz sleeve cleaning solution if necessary. This ensures optimal UV transmission.

    4. Inspect O-rings and Seals: Check all O-rings and seals for signs of wear or damage. Replace any that appear compromised to maintain a watertight seal.

    5. Check Electrical Connections: Verify that all electrical connections are secure and free from corrosion. If any issues are found, address them promptly.

Read more about how to maintain a UV water filtration system.

Which Luminor lamp or sleeve do I need for my UV disinfection system?

Select your Luminor UV unit from the list above. You will be taken to a new page that shows the available UV lamps, sleeves and parts for your system. If you have any questions, please call our customer support team at 877-377-9876. We're available Monday through Friday, 9 am to 5 pm Central Time.

What contaminants will Luminor UV systems remove?

Luminor UV water sterilizers effectively neutralize microbiological contaminants like bacteria (including E. coli, coliforms), viruses (such as hepatitis, norovirus), and protozoa (like Giardia, Cryptosporidium). This technology disrupts their DNA, rendering them harmless. Learn more about how a UV system works with this short video. We also recommend you read more about UV water disinfection. Learn more about Luminor Environmental.

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