Reverse Osmosis in Allentown
UV disinfection is a process that uses ultraviolet (UV) light to kill bacteria, viruses, and other microorganisms in water. In Allentown, UV disinfection systems are commonly used as a secondary form of disinfection for private well water and municipal water supplies to ensure that the water is safe to drink.
A UV disinfection system works by passing water through a chamber that contains UV lamps, which emit UV light at a specific wavelength. The UV light kills or inactivates microorganisms, such as bacteria and viruses, as they pass through the chamber.
UV disinfection systems are a popular choice for well water because they do not add chemicals to the water and do not produce any harmful by-products. They are also relatively low maintenance, and the UV lamps simply need to be replaced every year or two.
It’s important to note that UV disinfection systems are most effective when the water is clear and free of particles, as suspended particles can block the UV light and reduce the effectiveness of the treatment. If the water is turbid or has a high level of particles, a pre-treatment filtration system may be necessary to remove the particles before the water enters the UV disinfection system.
In Allentown, it’s also important to check with local authorities to ensure that you are in compliance with any regulations or guidelines related to UV disinfection and water treatment. The authorities may also require regular testing of the water to ensure that the UV disinfection system is working effectively.
Contact the Newtown water treatment and well service pro today to receive a free consultation and discuss your options for UV disinfection. Serving the complete water treatment needs of Bucks County, PA and the Surrounding Areas.