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What's The Benefits Of Commercial UV Water Sterilizer ?


What's The Benefits Of Commercial UV Water Sterilizer?

First of all, UV water treatment can eliminate 99.9% of microorganisms. So long as the system is correctly sized, UV water purification is capable of destroying 99.9% of microorganisms in water including viruses and pathogenic bacteria. One example of such a virus is COVID-19 which UVC light effectively destroys.

Secondly, there are no chemicals. UV disinfection requires no chlorine or biocides. This makes it an ideal substitute where chemicals cannot be applied, like breweries and fish farms. No chemicals also means a safer working environment and fewer ongoing supply costs.

Thirdly, there are no internally moving parts. Most water purification systems have internally moving parts. Moving parts experience wear so increase maintenance. UV water sterilizer have no moving parts. They are self-contained systems with a replaceable UV lamp. 

Fourthly, the UV intensity is flexible. One of the common misconceptions of UV purification is you need a bigger system to treat water to a higher quality. This is not true. You need the correct disinfection dose (mg/cm²) which is determined by UV intensity, not system size. System size determines flow rate.

Fifthly, compact systems are available for the tightest spaces. UV technology is compact and non-intrusive. It can often be retro-fitted to existing treatment systems. Your system can be designed so it takes up no floor space on a wall, or it can be big enough to process over 600 m3/hr.

In addition, UV water treatment can disinfect water with excellent efficiency. With a strong enough UVC light source and permeation, UV water sterilizer disinfect water with outstanding efficiency. It’s possible to completely disinfect water in one cycle, increasing throughput and volume treated.

What’s more, UV water treatment does not affect the colour or taste of water. UV treatment has no effect on the pH, taste, colour or smell of water. It doesn’t add anything to it like chemical treatment processes do. This makes it ideal for treating potable water as part of a single or multi-stage process.

Last but not least, UV water treatment can remove a wide range of organic contaminants. Not only does UV purification destroy bacteria, viruses and other microorganisms, it can also de-chlorinate and de-ozonate water. It can also assist in the removal of TOC and urea to make ultra-pure water (UPW) which is treated to the highest level.