Ultravioletwater purification lamps produce ultraviolet radiation of much greaterintensity than sunlight. Most ultraviolet purification systems are combinedwith various forms of filtration, as UV light is only capable of killing microorganismssuch as bacteria, virus, molds, algae, yeast etc.
UV light provideseffective inactivation of microorganisms such as bacteria, viruses, molds andpathogens without the use of chemicals. A fairly dose of ultraviolet can kill99% of the fecal coli form and fecal streptococcus.
Whyultraviolet (UV) disinfection is use for water treatment?
Bacteria, fungi and algae are foundin most surface waters. Bacteria are measured by culturing a sample andcounting the colony forming units per milliliter (CFU/ml). Distillationeffectively kills microorganisms, reverse osmosis removes them and UV light cancontrol their growth. All ultrapure water systems must have a 0.2 micron orsmaller absolute filter on the outlet to prevent bacteria from contaminating theultrapure product water.
Why to choose us?
Depending on the size of the industry you mayrequire one or several industrial water disinfection systems to smoothly runyour operation. Plus, while there are different types of industrial waterfilters available on the market, the industrial water treatment systems offeredby Excel UV are an attractive solution available at a cost-effective price.Excel Water Technologiesoffers a range of advanced UV treatment solutions to help operators achieve ahigh level disinfection barrier while maintaining peak performance anddependable operations.
Industrial water treatment systems offered byExcel UV radiation system are environment-friendly and easy to use to manage.These systems are also easy to install and maintain and the operating cost ofthese systems are also low. Additionally Excel UV radiation system givinghigh-efficiency electronic ballasts and precise UV intensity monitors thatfurther sets them apart from their competitors.
UV light penetrates the cell wall. TheUV energy permanently alters the DNA structure of the microorganism. Themicroorganism is â€śinactivatedâ€ť and unable to reproduce or infect.
UV oxidation is a barrier to micropollutants (pesticides, pharmaceutical industries, seasonal algae- relatedcontaminants.)