Disease concerns found in water supplies all around the world elevate the need for better water purification processes, especially in our homes, businesses, and recreation. (boats, RV’s)
Bottled water become actively available by the early 1980’s with plastic bottled water going mainstream by the late 1980’s. In the years that followed trillions of bottles of water have been sold, enough to get to the moon and back. As with most things newly discovered, there comes a time when we find out, maybe it wasn’t such a great idea?
Plastic Water Bottles are one of the most widely spread discarded plastics in the world, heavily integrated in the formation of the plastic fields now circumnavigating the oceans.
The availability of filtration to obtain safe, clean and healthy drinking water has also been around for many years, in fact, human beings have been coming up with unique water filtration methods for centuries, so why did we choose plastic water bottles over filtered water from our taps.
Aging infrastructure in many cities can lead to an increase in possible contamination. Ultraviolet technology can give peace of mind, knowing that you’re protected from many of the culprits of water contamination. A UV water purification system effectively destroys 99.9% of waterborne microorganisms. In this section, we explore the advantages and disadvantages of ultraviolet, the parts of a UV system, and frequently asked questions about UV water purification.
Cost, Application, Availability and even just the Unknown, are All key factors into why, filtration is still not widely utilized in Households, Businesses and Recreation Vehicles and Centers around the world. But the times are changing!
There are many excellent Filtration Systems on the market. Finding one that does the complete job that is a little harder.
Water scarcity is also a major player in this arena and so ensuring you have the best quality filtration systems for the available water is of extreme importance.
More Municipal Water Suppliers perform the necessary operations to meet water quality standards. But UV purification systems take your water to the highest level – providing safe solutions against chlorine-resistant microorganisms such as Giardia and Cryptosporidium which cause thousands of documented health cases each year.
To name a few places that Aqua Ultraviolet Water Systems work and minimize/or eliminate the need for Plastic Bottled Water.
Stop filling 5 Gallon Jugs with water at the local water dispensary. With UV Drinking Water Systems and/or Life Plus you will never have to fill another jug, buy another plastic water bottle.
Aqua Ultraviolet has over four decades of experience in manufacturing UV Systems to provide custom solutions to a wide variety of applications.
Ultraviolet (UV) light is a form of light that is invisible to the human eye. It occupies the portion of the electromagnetic spectrum between x-rays and visible light. A unique characteristic of UV light is that a specific range of its wavelengths, those between 200 and 300 nanometers (billionths of a meter), are categorized as germicidal – meaning they are capable of inactivating microorganisms, such as those listed below.
Effective – Destroys 99.99% of microorganisms
Chemical Free – No harmful chemicals need to be added
Environmentally Friendly – Go Green! UV is environmentally friendly
Reliable – Works 24/7 keeping your water safe
Cost-Effective – Only lamp and sleeve replaced annually
Quick Process – Water flows through the system without the need for holding tank or reaction times
Safe – No chemicals
Low Energy Use – Low electrical needs
Water Conservation – No waste in the process
FDA Approved – One of only 4 methods approved for disinfection by the US Food & Drug Administration
Taste and Odor – Does not produce byproducts
When combined with an Aqua Ultraviolet Life Plus Whole House System, your home or business can go from having one safe water outlet, to every water outlet being protected.
Safe water not just to drink, but for bathing, washing, cooking, even washing your pet.
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