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Do you have bacteria in your lake or well water? Maybe you want to make sure you never have bacteria in your families water at your home, cabin or cottage? Want to see how an Ultraviolet or UV disinfection system works to kill bacteria? Do you want to learn how does a residential uv water system work? This YouTube video is for you!
Ultraviolet or UV disinfection is a great alternative to chlorinating your water because there is no chlorine residual to remove after the disinfection process, it takes up far less space and is less costly.
UV light is divided into several different ranges: (near the visible range) UV-A, UV-B, UV-C, and Vacuum-UV (near the X-ray range.)
The UV-B range is responsible for human sunburn. UV water purifiers use the UV-C range because of its germicidal ability. In this range, light destroys the molecular bonds in the DNA of viruses and bacteria, which is important .
UVC light is an environmentally friendly method of killing bacteria, mold, fungi and viruses without the use of harmful chemicals and without producing corrosive substances or disinfection byproducts (DBPs). Surface disinfection without the use of chemicals is critical in many industries, and UVC disinfection can provide a safe and effective solution.
Germicidal UVC is suitable for a wide range of uses, from drinking water in residential areas or small commercial businesses to larger water sources throughout municipal areas and industrial facilities. Over the years, UV technology has become a safer, more cost-effective option for optimal and economical water disinfection.