Ultraviolet disinfectant systems are the one that transfers electromagnetic energy on several microorganisms. As soon as the UV radiation penetrates through the cell wall, it destroys the particular cell reproductive growth. This is how UV systems play a role to stop the growth of any disinfectants.

Components of UV System:

This ultraviolet disinfectant system includes mercury arc lamps, reactors, and ballasts as the main components of it. The source of any UV radiation pressure is either low or medium and that varies with low or high intensities over a lamp.

Limitations of UV Systems:

The quality factors that affect the performance of any UV unit are the microbial and chemical characteristics. Chemical water characteristics are nitrites, sulfites, iron, hardness, and other organic levels. These radiations are not suitable for suspended solids, turbidity, color, and other soluble. In turn, it reacts with UV radiation to reduce disinfections.

Advantages of UV Systems:

1. UV Disinfectants can kill more viruses, bacteria, and other spores.
2. No residual effect on the human or aquatic life
3. It also eliminates the need to generate, handle, or transport corrosive chemicals.
4. It occupies only less space
5. UV Systems act as a user friendly for operators.

Ultraviolet disinfectant systems help with the disinfection of water at a water treatment plant. If you want to hire the services for UV systems, then look no further than us. You can call us today and get the quote for UV system.