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    Thread: New UV On Sale with FREE SHIPPING

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      New UV On Sale with FREE SHIPPING

      I spent the morning today at Advantage Manufacturing checking out their new UV Sterilizer. I came away very impressed. To sum it up in one word, INDUSTRIAL!
      4" body's made entirely from SC 80 PVC including the 2" unions.
      Comes with a vertical base mount and side mounts for horizontal mounting.
      Waterproof ballast in the cord.
      Single ended Quartz Sleeve with the simplest o-ring seal I have ever seen.
      Standard 4 pin Phillips bulb, available everywhere, with spring loading to ensure positive electrical connection.
      Not just a 90 day Warranty but a FULL YEAR WARRANTY!
      Available in two sizes
      65 watt $399.95
      85 watt $449.95
      FREE SHIPPING to contiguous 48 through July

      Here's some pictures I took today.
      Please call me for more info. 541-408-3317
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      Wow, now that's a UV
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      Get any flow rates steve?

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      Quote Originally Posted by TylerDurden View Post


      Get any flow rates steve?
      100% kill rates 3600 and 4800 gph. For typical pond use up to 6000 and 8000 gph.

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      Nice. That's some serious flow there, especially as a uv sterilizer!

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      Very nice... do you know the center line measurement between the two unions ?



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      Quote Originally Posted by rosekoi View Post
      Very nice... do you know the center line measurement between the two unions ?
      No sorry I don't. I can get them next Monday.

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      Quote Originally Posted by rosekoi View Post
      Very nice... do you know the center line measurement between the two unions ?
      65 watt is 583mm
      85 watt is 743mm

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      Does it clean easily without needing to dismantle?

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      Quote Originally Posted by Primitive View Post
      Does it clean easily without needing to dismantle?
      Very easily. Just unscrew the top nut and the sleeve just slides right out.

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      Quote Originally Posted by birdman View Post
      65 watt is 583mm
      85 watt is 743mm
      Thank you !!!! Now if I can find my mm tape measure ��



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      I installed the 85 watt UV on Tuesday...OMG...working like a champ!!!
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      "If it doesn't fit, force it.
      If it breaks, it was meant to!"





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      Thanks Gordon, glad you like it.

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      Hi Steve,

      For the 85 watt version, what are the dimensions of the unit and the distance between the 2 unions

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      Quote Originally Posted by nilesh View Post
      Hi Steve,

      For the 85 watt version, what are the dimensions of the unit and the distance between the 2 unions
      The distance for the 85 watt between the tow unions is 743mm. Add about 6" onto that for total length. Remember you have to have room to slide the bulb out to change it. The unit comes with mounts for both Vertical and Horizontal mounting.

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