Ultraviolet Water Purifiers
Waterborne bacteria is a problem that continues to make headlines throughout the world. From Cryptosporidium outbreaks in Wisconsin, California and New York, to threats of E-coli, Salmonella, Giardia and other life-threatening parasites, we are forced to protect ourselves from these biological intruders. Although most municipal water treatment facilities use chlorine to destroy most waterborne bacteria, chlorine does not destroy harmful parasitic microorganisms such as crypto and giardia.
In the early 1920’s, ultraviolet was first used to destroy bacteria. Today, ultraviolet germicidal energy for purification of water is unmatched by any other purification method for efficiency, simplicity and dependability.