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Microcip - The Ideal Complement to UV-Disinfection
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Microcip® - The ideal compliment to our powerful UV disinfection products

a.c.k. presents a programme for uv-disinfection devices that is excellently applies to the requirements of surface technology and which guarantees a lowering of microbiological levels in water streams. Despite this programme, not all system components can be reached by uv-light such as, for example, pipes, nozzles etc., and, hence, in some cases, an additional function is required, which can only be generated by chemicals.

Therefore a.c.k. has developed the chemical additive Microcip® which can be integrated into industrial streams without causing undesired reactions between process water and product manufacture. An ideal and effective solution has been achieved through a combination of physical and chemical disinfection.

Advantages for the user:

  • Improvement of the water quality and also product quality
  • Low investment
  • Low running costs due to low concentration
  • Good interaction with other work materials
  • Immobilisation of the organisms, i.e. the removal from tank- and pipe walls, so that the organisms can be filtered out and removed from the system.

Usage profile for Microcip®
Microcip® 2 has been specifically developed for surface technology in particular.

Applications in recycling systems in surface treatment technology.
During the production of coated surfaces, printed circuit boards, and highly decorative surfaces germs such as fungi, algae or bacteria all too often produce faults in the coating. These faults can even lead to rejects. In connection with uv tank disinfection, Microcip® 1 and Microcip® chem can be used here to prevent the formation of algae on rinsing tanks and ionic exchange resins.

Applications in cathodic dip-coating (KTL).
We also have approval to use our product in the painting industry and in cathodic dip-coating (KTL), in particular. Microcip® 2's specific strength lies in that the anodes (in the anolyte circuit) are rinsed out from the surfaces in connection with combination of uv-light.