Various types of UV water sterilizers

UV water sterilizer, also known as UV sterilizer, refers to the equipment that uses ultraviolet mercury lamps as the light source, and the 253.7 nm ultraviolet radiation emitted by mercury vapor discharge within the lamp as the main spectral line, to disinfect drinking water. It features no dead angles, good irradiation conditions, low energy consumption, flexible and convenient installation and dismantling, and no secondary pollution.

Unlike chlorine disinfection, UV water sterilizers require no chemical additives and will not cause secondary pollution. Besides, they do not need mixing equipment, which significantly reduce the operational costs of the equipment. When treating drinking water, UV water sterilizers will not have adverse affect on human health due to the overuse of chemicals.

UV Water Sterilizer
Eliminates bacteria and viruses in water

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Snowate can provide a variety of UV water sterilizers, making your water treatment more efficient and of higher quality. Check out our UV water sterilizers to find the product that suits your specific needs.

  • Sterilization Ultraviolet light has excellent sterilization effects, and can eliminate almost all bacteria and viruses.
  • No Secondary Pollution Ultraviolet sterilization does not add any chemical agents, so it does not cause secondary pollution to the water body and the surrounding environment, nor does it change any components in the water.
  • High Efficiency Ultraviolet sterilization is fast, and can complete the disinfection process in a short time.
  • Flexible & Convenient Equipment Easy to install and move, suitable for disinfection needs in different places.
  • Low Operation & Maintenance Costs UV water sterilizer occupies a small footprint, requires simple structures, and has lower operating costs.
  • Safe & Reliable Operation Traditional disinfection technologies, such as using chlorides or ozone for disinfection, disinfectants are highly toxic and flammable substances, whereas ultraviolet disinfection systems do not have such safety hazards.