The Computer Controlled Advanced Oxidation Unit "POAC" generates hydroxyl radicals (OH-) through ultraviolet light radiation with hydrogen peroxide.
Raw water is enriched with hydrogen peroxide in a transparent tank and is driven by a pump towards a reactor where an ultraviolet lamp with protective tube is lodged.
The reactor has manifolds at its upper part that allow the flow of raw water forming a falling film on the inner walls of the reactor. As it descends, it receives ultraviolet light radiation, forming hydroxyl radicals, which oxidize non-biodegradable soluble substances from the water to be treated.
The reactor is open by its upper side. Water flows towards the tank, forming a closed circuit. A flow sensor allows to measure the raw water flow rate through the circuit.