Our technician fixing the new model of UV sterilizer.
We want the best for our fish and the best for our customers!
On this note,we are replacing our UV sterilizer with a newer model as time has taken his tribute.
Installations going on to make our quality production even more advanced
We know that every investment in quality will pay back, or at least doubled.
It is one and only of this kind in Kenya and we at Kenya marine center are privileged to have it in our facility. It means a lot of improvements to KMC community including our customers. I call it unique because of the following features;
– Small Footprint
– Easy to install and maintain
– powerfuel and high sterilization rate
– Long lamp life
– Greater cell penetration
– Highest quality hard quartz
– Clear cap glow tells you your lamp is on
– Optional wiper for easy maintenance
This kind of sterilizer is ideal for our large commercial aquarium so that we can maintain the water and fish quality. The specially designed lamps disinfect faster and have greater cell penetration capability. The compact body design has a small footprint making it easy to handle, install and maintain. It has vipers which are engineered to accommodate extreme flow rates of up to 60,000 liter which is equivalent to 16,000 gallons of water so as to control disease in fish and maintain the levels of planktons in the tanks. A flow switch, provided, shuts the unit off automatically to balance the flows.
UV Sterilizers are being used by public aquariums, importers and hobbyists alike to control bacteria, protozoa and parasites, reducing the spread of fish disease. In a confined environment like an aquarium UV and filtration are essential. The UV Sterilizer
is a proven method to eradicate bacteria, viruses and protozoa.
At Kenya marine center we can now be sure after upgrading and replacing our UV sterilizer, we are guaranteed of disinfected water, algae elimination, fungal and parasites as well as bacteria control. This is going to help us maintain our quality fish delivery to the customers and continue being the best exporters of marine ornamental fish as well as invertebrates.
The lights are on and Kenya marine center has a new UV sterilizer!