Ultraviolet Water Systems
Ultraviolet, or “UV”, is a type of energy found in the electromagnetic spectrum lying between x-rays and visible light. Ultraviolet light offers disinfection through the 265 nm wavelength of UV (also called germicidal UV). The UV energy attacks the genetic core of the harmful microorganism and rearranges the DNA preventing reproduction. If the microbe cannot replicate, it cannot infect! UV is quick and the most cost-effective way to disinfect your water.
• UV light is environmentally safe and is superior to other methods such as chlorination and ozonation.