Features & Information
UV water treatment systems use ultraviolet light to disinfect water by inactivating microorganisms like bacteria and viruses, rendering them harmless. These systems provide a chemical-free and highly effective method for purifying water, making it safe for consumption and various applications.
FAQs - Ultraviolet Systems
UV water treatment systems use ultraviolet light to disinfect water by inactivating microorganisms like bacteria, viruses, and protozoa. When water passes through the UV chamber, the UV-C light disrupts the DNA structure of these microorganisms, rendering them unable to reproduce or cause illness.
UV lamps typically last about 9,000 to 12,000 hours of continuous use, which translates to roughly one year of operation. Most systems have indicators or alarms to alert you when it’s time to replace the lamp.
Yes, routine maintenance is essential. Besides replacing the UV lamp as needed, you should also clean the quartz sleeve surrounding the lamp to ensure optimal UV transmission. Regular maintenance ensures the system’s effectiveness.
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