The process to reduce the amount of microorganisms in water, by means of ultraviolet light is called “ultraviolet disinfection”. It is used in all kinds of water to reduce the amount of microorganisms such as bacteria, protozoa, viruses, fungi, algae. Ultraviolet (UV) light is a natural part of sunlight, whereas the short wavelengths are absorbed by the protecting ozone layer. UV lamps designed for water disinfection use a gas mixture containing the element mercury (Hg). The Mercury vapour is an advantageous gas for UV disinfection applications because it emits light in the germicidal (‘germs killing’) wavelength range (UVC and UVB).
By bestUV BV based in Best, NETHERLANDS.
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By Atlantium Ltd. based in Bet Shemesh, ISRAEL.
Problem: Prior to environmental discharge, wastewater is disinfected to ensure pathogens present in the water are inactivated. Ultraviolet (UV) disinfection is becoming a widely accepted treatment technology for wastewater disinfection due to the deleterious effects of chlorine on aquatic life. The ability for the UV light to penetrate the water is directly related to the concentration of suspended particles and organic matter in water that absorb or scatter the light.
By Real Tech Inc. based in Whitby, ONTARIO (CANADA).
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