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Will UV light change the taste and/or smell of my water?
No. UV is a type of physical disinfection. This means that ultraviolet rays will affect microorganisms only in the water. The water does not undergo chemical changes, nor does it change the taste and smell.
How to choose a UV disinfection system
The use of ultraviolet (UV) light has now become a standard practice in a vast range including municipal drinking water and wastewater treatment, industrial processes and manufacturing, marine and marine and aquatic industries. The use of ultraviolet disinfection system to ensure that the water is free from harmful organisms is a mature, standardized and environmentally friendly technology.
In order to provide the best UV system to meet your needs, the following variables are required for a specific application size UV system.
The following information is useful, but it is not necessary to provide a quote:
• Flow rate, for example 150 cubic meters
• Applications such as drinking water/waste water/swimming pool
• Water source, such as borehole/surface water/final water
• UVT (Ultraviolet Transmittance), such as 90% UVT
• Pre-processing such as detailed filtering
• Intended use, such as irrigation/drinking/process water
• Known biological challenges such as Cryptosporidium reduction
• Known dose standards, such as the lowest of 30 mJ/cm2 / the average of 60 mJ/cm2
• Treatment cycle, such as single-pass treatment or recirculation system
UV dose is the product of UV light intensity and time. It is measured in millijoules per square centimeter (mJ/cm2) and calculated using the following parameters:
UV dose = intensity * expusure time
(Seconds) = millijoules/(square centimeters) x time
Does my water need to be pre-treated before my UV?
Yes, the 5 micron sediment filter must first disinfect the system. Ideally, the disinfection system requires water to receive the last treatment before it reaches the tap.
Water quality plays an important role in UV transmission. It is recommended that the moisture does not exceed the following maximum concentration levels:
• Hardness <7 GPG
• Iron <0.3 PPM
• Manganese <0.05 PPM
• Turbidity <1 NTU
• UVT> 75%
Why choose UV disinfection water?
(1) Ultraviolet viruses are more effective than chlorine.
(2) UV environment and user-friendly, no hazardous chemicals are handled or stored, and there is no risk of overdose.
(3) Ultraviolet is very economical and may be regarded as the operating cost of hundreds of gallons per penny.
(4) UV treatment does not change the taste, odor, pH, or conductivity nor does it have the common chemistry of water.
(5) The UV system is easy to install, with only two water connections and power cords.
(6) The UV system is compatible with all other water treatment products: RO filtration, water and softening.
(7) The UV system is easy to maintain, clean regularly, and replace the bulb every year.
(8) The running wear and tear of UV systems and no moving parts make them one of the most effective and durable water treatment systems on the market.