Every single person's top priority should be their need for hygiene. We frequently wash our hands, clean fruits and vegetables, take baths, and wash clothes as part of good hygiene. We utilize water for all cleaning tasks, and tap water is the usual supply of water in every home.
But, is the water coming out of your tap safe? Is the hygiene level of your tap water sufficient to clean yourself, your home, and your food? Are you aware that there could be a variety of bacteria, viruses, and pollutants in your tap water?
Using UV disinfection for the removal of bacteria and RO Plants for the removal of dissolved solids, we make drinking water safe!
How can bacteria be removed from water?
Through the use of chlorine, UV disinfection, and ozonation, bacteria can be eliminated from water. Municipalities frequently utilize chlorination to get rid of microorganisms in the drinking water. UV disinfection and ozone water treatment is also used in homes and in commercial settings, like kitchens, where high-purity ozonated water is used to wash fruits and vegetables.
Importance of disinfection for water treatment
Giardia and Cryptosporidium are two cysts that can be removed mechanically filtered. A one-micron filter, for instance, cannot allow for the passage of Giardia. However, you shouldn't rely solely on mechanical filtration if you use well water, or water that is otherwise contaminated by bacteria.
To safeguard your safety and the safety of your home against waterborne illnesses, the water should undergo complete disinfection.
How to remove bacteria from water using Ultraviolet disinfection?
UV purification is one of the most well-liked, common, and dependable procedures, for treating domestic microorganisms. Bacteria's DNA is neutralized by ultraviolet light, which stops them from growing in water.
As a result, the bacteria are rendered harmless and completely unable to infect you or your family. UV water purification systems don't produce any wastewater, need no maintenance, are very effective, and don't add any chemicals to the water, while they clean it.
Therefore, they are frequently cited as one of the most effective methods for removing biological pollutants from water.
How does UV disinfection work for water treatment?
Water enters the germicidal ultraviolet light chamber of the UV purification system, and flows into the system. Since, water coming into direct touch with electricity would harm the system, a thin quartz glass sleeve keeps water away from the UV light. The quartz glass sleeve acts as a transparent barrier through which the lamp's UV radiation passes. Protective O-rings at the system's termination seal the lamp and sleeve, making sure water cannot enter through.
Tiny mercury balls inside the lamp are what provide the ultraviolet lamp its germicidal effects. The mercury lamps emit UV-C rays as heat is applied to the lamp, weakening the bacteria in the water and killing any microbes present.
Now that the lamp has been changed and the quartz sleeve has been cleaned, the system is prepared to keep protecting your water supply from harmful invaders. You will be informed when the bulb is getting close to the end of its useful life, by a sensor that is included into the UV system's ballast.
Applications of UV disinfection systems
UV purification is a common practice in many enterprises and industries for removing contaminants from water. Sterilized water is necessary for manufacturing facilities, laboratories, and hospitals. Breweries, hydroponic farms, greenhouse agriculture, as well as hospitality services including hotels and food and beverage applications, frequently use large-scale, industrial UV systems to cleanse water.
UV systems are perfect for a variety of houses and uses. Small cottages, holiday homes, and beach houses that draw water from wells, are all excellent examples of buildings that make use of UV disinfection systems.
They are among the most dependable and popular options for disinfecting the water, in a whole-house residential setting.
How can we assist?
With Netsol Water, you can make the smart choice!
Water treatment and water treatment technologies are critical in removing pollutants and bacteria, before supplying safe, drinkable water. Water supplies can become contaminated, necessitating proper treatment to prevent disease-causing microorganisms. As a result, it is necessary to disinfect water, with disinfection treatments including UV disinfection.