How NETSOL Waters Removes Viruses?
We try to make the greatest water possible at NETSOL Waters. This necessitates a thorough filtration and sanitization procedure that eliminates a wide range of possible pollutants, including viruses. The Centre for Disease Control and Prevention advocate reverse osmosis and high-intensity ultraviolet radiation as two highly effective methods for ensuring water is free of viruses, germs, and parasites, and NETSOL Waters use both. However, the efficiency of both of these strategies is dependent on how effectively they function. As a result, our NETSOL Technicians test the water and clean the water dispenser at each location.
STEPS FOR REMOVING VIRUS WITH THE HELP OF NETSOL WATER SOLUTIONS
Step 1: WHO Approved Municipal water
Our water starts with WHO-approved, safe-to-drink water that has been thoroughly disinfected. Chlorine has a poor image because of its taste and the health hazards associated with long-term exposure, but it is an important public health safeguard.
"The COVID-19 virus has not been discovered in drinking water, according to a recent publication from the Centre for Disease Control. The virus that causes COVID-19 should be removed or inactivated using conventional water treatment methods that involve filtration and disinfection, such as those used in most municipal drinking water systems."
NETSOL filtration system removes any chlorine and disinfection byproducts that remain in the water supply, improving taste and helping our clients avoid health hazards associated with chronic chlorine exposure.
Step 2: Reverse Osmosis
Our water is filtered using a high-quality Reverse Osmosis membrane at NETSOL Waters. Reverse Osmosis Systems, according to the CDC, are "very successful at removing:
• Viruses (for example, Enteric, Hepatitis A, Norovirus, Rotavirus)
• Protozoa (for example, Cryptosporidium, Giardia)
• Bacteria (for example, Campylobacter, Salmonella, Shigella, E. coli)"
WHY REVERSE OSMOSIS?
The reverse osmosis technique involves passing water through the pores of a semi-permeable membrane. A NETSOL reverse osmosis membrane has pores that are 0.0001 (1/10,000th) micron in size, which is much smaller than the particle size range of viruses ("0.004 to 0.1 microns").
Step 3: Ultraviolet Light
Ultraviolet disinfection, according to the Water Quality Association (WQA) and the Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), is effective in killing germs while also avoiding the use of toxic chemicals. That's why the UV light is the last step and our last line of defence.
WHAT IS UV DISINFECTION?
UV disinfection, which does not require the use of chemicals, has long been popular in business settings, but it is also growing increasingly popular in homes. UV systems expose water to the exact wavelength of light required to destroy bacteria. It's a method of killing bacteria, viruses, fungus, protozoans, and cysts found in water.
HOW DOES UV LIGHT KILL MICRO-ORGANISMS?
Bacteria and? viruses are killed by ultraviolet light by breaking the chemical links that hold their DNA together. NETSOL Waters employs germicidal ultraviolet light with a broad spectrum (wavelength spectrum: 200-400 nanometres).
Step 4: Routine Sterilization
Water that is clean, healthy, and pleasant requires constant attention. Our Field Technicians visit stores to test, deep clean, and sterilise our systems, ensuring that they are safe and clean at all times.
At each step, NETSOL Waters Solution facility, a cleaning and maintenance record is always available for your review.