What Is a UV Water Purifier?
UV (ultraviolet) water treatment systems utilize ultraviolet light at a specific wavelength in order to disrupt biological pollutants at the DNA level. Because biological pollutants are living things and can reproduce, they don’t lend themselves to basic filtration. By killing these pollutants and rendering them incapable of reproduction, you can resolve the problems that they can lead to.
While ultraviolet water treatment systems devastate biological pollutants like bacteria, viruses, coliform, giardia, and many others, they are entirely safe for residents in the home. UV water treatment is approved by the EPA and FDA, and the fact that it is chemical free and does not generate by–products makes it quite environmentally sound. Let us know if you are interested in using this type of system in your home.