CMP Wave UV-C 50 Ultraviolet Sanitizer System for Residential Pools
The latest UV-C Ultraviolet Pool Sanitizer System from CMP

CMP Wave UV-C 50 Ultraviolet Sanitizer System for Residential Pools

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Part Number: WUV-16-01
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CMP Wave UV-Light Swimming Pool Sanitation System, Max Capacity 50,000 Gallons.
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2 Year Limited Warranty
13000 Hours Rated Lifespan
50000 Gallons Max Capacity
Boosts Water Purity

CMP leads the industry in alternative pool sanitizers. The new CMP Wave UV-C 50 germicidal UV light system is their latest generation model and can take your salt pool's water purity to the next level. The Wave UV-C 50 uses a safe natural sanitation process to reduce chemical demand and inactivates micro-organisms (bacteria, viruses, and parasites - especially pathogens that are resistant to chlorination). This added sanitation greatly extends the life span of your system's salt cell. The Wave UV-C 50 helps you achieve extraordinarily pure & safe pool water, and one unit can treat pools up to 50,000 gallons.

The Wave UV-C 50 is simple to install simple - wire it to your pool circulation timer (110V/240V), and use its unions to connect it to the plumbing (after the filter). The UV-C 50 lamps emit safe high-intensity germicidal light rays, which disinfect the water passing through its high-capacity flow chamber. This also destroys organic matter, swimmer waste, and chemical byproducts to help achieve maximum water quality.

  • Produces UV-C rays at a 254 nanometer wavelength to destroy harmful contaminants, which greatly reduces the chlorination demand of your water.
  • Inactivates chlorine-resistant microorganisms like Cryptosporidium Parvum, Giardia, etc...
  • High capacity flow chamber, up to 100 gallons per minute. Low power usage, only 96 watts.
  • Works perfectly in tandem with your salt system. UV-C sanitation that reduces the workload of your salt chlorine generator, which provides the necessary residual sanitation in your pool.
  • Used together with your salt system, you can have a pristine low-chemical pool.

Built-in pressure sensor allows it to work automatically in tandem with your circulation pump. Note: If the UV-C 50 is installed at a lower elevation than the pool water, a Flow Switch Kit is required to ensure the system does not turn on without adequate flow. Contact Customer Service to order the kit.

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Q: Do you have to replace this whole thing when it wears out?

Asked by: Des H - 10/2/2020
A: No, only the two internal UV bulbs need to be replaced, just like any other light bulb. The bulbs are recommended to be replaced every 18 months, and are pretty easily replaced.
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Answer provided by: Nathan (10/2/2020)

Q: how does this work and can i use it with my hayward pump filter and saltwater system?

Asked by: Carla - 10/15/2020
A: This uses high-powered UV light to disinfect the water that is going through your pool plumbing. You can use it even if you have other brand of pump/filter equipment. This greatly reduces the workload on your salt chlorinator and/or amount of pool sanitation chemicals the water needed.
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Answer provided by: David (10/15/2020)

Q: How do you use it and whats the maintenance like?

Asked by: Terry Lawson - 8/18/2020
A: Once you install it, there is nothing left to do - it simply sanitizes the water as the circulation pump passes water through it every day. The only maintenance is cleaning quartz tube that the UV bulbs are housed in - if they eventually get dirty, the manual has simple instructions to to clean them off.
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Answer provided by: Ben (8/19/2020)

Q: Does this work with variable speed pumps?

Asked by: Kyle W - 10/19/2021
A: It is common to use UV systems and variable speed pumps, in fact you get better performance (increase contact time) with lower flow rates through the UV pool system.
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Answer provided by: Roger (10/19/2021)