A UV sterilizer can make your water healthier and extend the life of water that has been treated and processed, in the field of water purification and treatment. So, what exactly is a UV sterilizer and how does it purify water even more, and eradicate the unpleasant little germs and microbes that can persist in water, even after it has been treated?
What are UV sterilizers?
UV sterilizers are very effective in eliminating all microbial contamination in water. However, in order for proper disinfection to occur, there must be enough exposure to the sterilizer's ultraviolet radiation.
Importance of UV sterilizers
Ultraviolet sterilizers are useful for a variety of applications, including bigger water supplies found in municipal regions and industrial facilities, as well as drinking water in residential areas or small commercial establishments. UV technology has proven itself through time as a safer and more affordable option, for effective and affordable water disinfection.
In any situation where clean, bacteria-free water is required and to prevent further microbial contamination of the water, before it is required for its final use, a UV sterilizer is unquestionably your best alternative. It is beneficial in virtually every application where microbial-free, safe, and pure water is required; and where there is a possibility that the water will get polluted, before it reaches the final site of use.
Working of a UV Sterilizer
For the efficient disinfection of bacteria, germs, algae, viruses, and other biological pollutants with a propensity to spread quickly, UV sterilizers must have a wavelength of at least 253.7 nanometres.
The UV sterilization procedure is therefore ideal because it has the power to damage the DNA of germs, halting their growth. The complete amount of biological contaminants in the water is eliminated as a result of the UV sterilization procedure, in less than 10 seconds of UV exposure. These factors, as well as very desirable qualities like easy installation, no change in flavour or pH or other aspects of the water, etc., give UV sterilizers their lauded reputation.
What happens during UV Sterilization?
The UV sterilizers' ultraviolet beams damage disease-causing pathogens' DNA by penetrating and piercing them. This is significant because DNA is the fundamental building block of an organism's capacity to operate and reproduce; therefore, eliminating the DNA stops these organisms from developing and proliferating.
Although, the UV rays' energy is just slightly different from that of sunshine, an electric discharge lamp called a UV lamp may produce it at higher intensities.
Any microbiological organism has a zero percent chance of surviving the effects of an ultraviolet sterilizer, when applied in the recommended dosage. As a result, the UV method is thought to be the best alternative for disinfecting water, because there is no risk of the device overheating. As a result, there will be a significant financial savings because there will be no need to purchase additional equipment, to address overheating issues.
Application of UV sterilizers
A UV sterilization system is more than just a pipe with a bulb that discharges electricity. The top-quality commercial and industrial UV sterilizers from Netsol Water may deliver outstanding outcomes, to users in a variety of industries including:
· Food Processing
Because, it is directly tied to human use, water treatment is a crucial component of the food and beverage sector.
· Water used for CIP (Cleaning in Place), pharmaceutical manufacturing, and medical equipment’s
It should be free of contaminants like ozone, chlorine, and bacterial compounds. Most pharmaceutical businesses use ultraviolet sterilizers to purify water.
Water free of germs and pathogens ensures uniformity and lengthens the shelf life of cosmetics. UV disinfection is advocated as a substitute for the cosmetics industry globally.
· Wastewater treatment at the tertiary level, including wastewater disinfection and reuse
UV sterilization can help address difficulties with water scarcity and rising fresh water costs. The wastewater can subsequently be treated with UV systems so that it can be utilised for useful activities, like drainage and gardening.
Netsol’s membrane systems for mining water treatment are made to reduce the amount of pollution, produced by extensive mining activities. Reusing a large portion of this recycled water along with UV sterilization, reduces the need for local water supply.
· Marine Water Purification
Desalination systems ensure an on-going supply of pure freshwater, despite the world's increasingly insufficient or dirty water supplies.
Military water filtration systems are designed with meticulous precision to ensure that they are error-free. The result is a military-grade water treatment system that has been tried and tested, in the global military industrial complex and is efficient, dependable, and long-lasting.
Advantages of our UV Sterilizers
The advantages of UV sterilizers are:
Versatile - There are capacities of 40 to 1,300 gallons per minute available.
Environmentally friendly - The disinfecting method leaves no toxic leftovers behind.
Effective - An ultraviolet sterilizer may kill any known living creature.
Economical –It is the market's most cost-effective disinfection technology.
Safe and free of chemicals -There are no chemicals introduced, thus there is no possibility of overdose.
Rapid - When UV rays come into contact with an organism, the UV process begins immediately.
Simple to Manage - Excellent accuracy and monitoring are made possible by advanced features.
Do UV sterilizers require routine upkeep?
There are times when the pretreatment of the water is insufficient, and the turbidity levels are negligible. As a result, every six months, regular monitoring and sanitation can be carried out.
In the event of high turbidity and durability, the cleaning rate might need to be improved. The UV lamp will eventually become less effective, so it should be changed out frequently until it runs out.
Leading manufacturer of water treatment plants in India
Netsol Water design and manufacture reverse osmosis filters, UV sterilizers, water softeners, for the majority of your water application needs. Our technology is extremely trustworthy and economical to use in a business and industrial setting. Since, we are aware that you require the best systems available at reasonable and competitive costs; we work closely with each of our clients to provide high-quality water filtration systems, at accessible prices.