STUDY: Fluence (UV Dose) required to achieve incremental log inactivation of bacteria, protozoa, and algea

STUDY: Fluence (UV Dose) required to achieve incremental log inactivation of bacteria, protozoa, and algea

STUDY: Fluence (UV Dose) required to achieve incremental log inactivation of bacteria, protozoa, and algea

Reprint from UV Solutions Magazine

Study Revised updated and expanded by:
Adel Haji Malayeri, Madjid Mohseni, Bill Cairns, James R. Bolton – with earlier contributions by Gabriel Chevrefils (2006) and Eric Caron (2006) – with peer review by Benoit Barbeau, Harold Wright (1999), and Karl G. Linden

Note:

This paper represents the second revision of a compilation that goes back to 1999. The original compilation Wright and Sakamoto 1999) was an internal document of Trojan Technologies. The first revision was published in 2006 (Chevrefils et al. 2006). Data from the previous reviews have been included here. In addition, data from the past 10 years have been added and a new table for algae has been added. Two other reviews of the UV sensitivity of microorganisms have been published (Hijnen et al. 2006; Coohill and Sagripanti 2008).

Click here for a link to the original study with tables: https://uvsolutionsmag.com/stories/pdf/archives/180301_UVSensitivityReview_full.pdf