Ultraviolet Water Purifiers
Ultraviolet water purification is unmatched by any other purification method for efficiency, simplicity and dependability. UV water purification technology is recognized by the EPA as one of four approved methods of sterilizing water, and is preferable over the other three methods (chlorine, iodine and distillation). UV works almost instantly, leaving no residuals or chemicals in the water.
Ultraviolet water filters & sterilizers are especially recommended for well water in rural areas, or in towns and villages that have micro-biologically unsafe water or uncertain chlorination.
Waterborne bacteria and viruses are a problem that continues to make headlines throughout the world. From the Coronavirus spreading rapidly across the globe & the United States, to 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 and viral 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.