Which Water Sterilization System Should I Use?
Municipal water suppliers perform the necessary operations to meet water quality standards. Water Sterilization Systems take water purification to the level. They provide a safe solution against microorganisms such as Giardia and Cryptosporidium which cause thousands of documented health cases each year.
Water sterilization systems are so effective that it can eliminate up to 99.99% of bacteria and viruses, including those associated with water-borne illnesses. Water sterilization can be used to treat water whether it’s from a municipal water supply, a drinking-water well, lake or a spring.
Ease Of Use
Water sterilization systems are simple to use. Once there are installed you just need to keep up with the maintenance!
Water sterilization systems have low maintenance needs. Basically you will need to change the UV lamp or add chlorine to keep the chlorination tank full.
Identify Your Water Sterilization Needs
One of the biggest advantages of using a water sterilization system is that they are very cost-effective at killing a majority of the harmful microbes associated with most common water-borne illnesses.
Below you will find our water sterilization systems. Please explore each of them to find out which one is right for your water quality needs.
UV Water Sterilizer
Florida Water Analysis's UV Water Sterilizer is designed to remove microorganisms that range from bacteria and viruses to algae and protozoa. The systems advanced UV technology is capable of disinfecting water faster than chlorine and without the use of retention tanks and harmful chemicals to treat your drinking water. The UV lamp emits powerful ultraviolet light to eradicate microbiological contamination. Water enters through the bottom part of the chamber and swirls around a high output, low-pressure mercury-vapor lamp thermally protected by a quartz sleeve. The UV light energy destroys the microorganism's ability to reproduce.
The Florida Water Analysis Chlorination System is a Chemical Feed System that comes with a Chlorine Pump, solution tank, and a Retention Tank. A well chlorination system is used to pre-treat for the presence of iron bacteria, sulfur bacteria, and to assist in the oxidization of sulfur, iron, and manganese when at high levels.