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How Does an Ultraviolet Disinfection System Work to kill Bacteria

How Does an Ultraviolet Disinfection System Work to kill Bacteria

How does an Ultra Violet (UV) Disinfection System work? FREE SHIPPING CANADA and Discount Pricing on http://thewaterfilterestore.com/colle... Get a FREE REPORT on the 10 Biggest Mistakes made when purchasing water treatment equipment and how you can avoid them. http://thewaterstoremidland.com Share this video    • How Does an Ultra...   For more great information about water treatment, subscribe!    / waterstoremidland   This video by Gary the Water Guy explains How an Ultra Violet Disinfection works. If you are on well water or are drawing water from a lake or river you need to make sure that your water is bacteria free. If there is bacteria in your water your family and guests will get sick! An Ultra Violet Disinfection Systems is often preferred for this type of application because it is a chemical free process, but how does it work. A great example is a 3 stage Ultra Violet Disinfection system. This type of system incorporates some pre filtration to make sure the Ultra Violet light can do its job effectively. The first stage consists of a 5 micron sediment pre filter to make sure that no particles larger than 5 microns get to the Ultra Violet Light as particles of that size or larger could shield the bacteria and prevent the Ultra Violet light from killing it. The second stage is a carbon taste and odour filter to improve the taste of the water while absorbing odours, but more importantly, this also absorbs chemicals form the water. Chemicals like herbicides, pesticides, gasoline and benzene must be removed from your water before you consider drinking it. After the sediment and chemicals have been removed from the water it is now ready to pass over the Ultra Violet Light itself. Much like the sun the Ultra Violet light kills the bacteria as the water passes through its chamber. The Ultra Violet light bulb needs to be changed every year as it loses its ability to kill bacteria after 12 months. The carbon filter usually lasts 12 months and the sediment pre filters' life is highly dependent on how much sediment there is in your water, but must be changed at least every 12 months. LOVE GARY THE WATER GUY AND WANT TO LEARN MORE ABOUT WATER FILTRATION FOR YOUR FAMILY? HERE ARE SOME NEXT STEPS! 1) Sign up to keep in touch with Gary! https://mailchi.mp/waterestore.com/su... 2) LET’S CONNECT! https://www.facebook.com/WaterEstore/ https://twitter.com/WaterEstore https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-... https://www.instagram.com/Water_Estore/ https://www.instagram.com/WaterStoreM... 3) CONTACT! info@WaterEstore.com or info@WaterStoreMidland.com 4) SHOP! Midland https://www.WaterStoreMidland.com Canada https://www.WaterEstore.ca USA https://www.WaterEstore.com Please share this video    • How Does an Ultra...