Ultraviolet (UV) Disinfection Systems
Ultraviolet (UV) Disinfection Systems provide disinfection through the use of UV-C rays without adding chemicals to the water. These rays degrade the DNAs of the microorganisms in water upon contact through photooxidation and kill them.
Key components of Ultraviolet (UV) Disinfection Devices include: special UV lamps that generate UV-C rays with 254 nm wavelength, and special quartz glasses with high light transmittance rates that prevent contact of the aforementioned lamps with water, both of which are contained in the UV reactor that comprises the main body of the device. Operation times of the UV lamps are monitored via the time counter on the control panel of the UV Device so that the lamps can be replaced with new ones at the end of their service lives. In some models, the light intensity is measured online by the UV sensor in the UV reactor. In some cases, such as a decrease in light intensity, etc., quartz glass envelopes may be cleaned using an automatic quartz cleaning system if desired.