Your Trusted Manufacturer of UV Water Sterilizers
NEWater is a vastly experienced and professional manufacturer and supplier of comprehensive UV water sterilizers. We tailor our systems to provide personalized solutions.
- Kills up to 99.99% of microbial pollutants.
- Eliminates the risk of contracting waterborne illnesses.
- Highly individualized UV sterilizers.
- Over 20 years of expertise in UV water sterilization.
What is a UV Water Sterilizer?
UV disinfector is a water treatment system and one of the most effective methods of water treatment disinfection. It can be used to remove most forms of microbial contamination from water. After the incoming water enters the UV disinfector, approximately 99% of the bacteria in the raw water are eliminated within 10 seconds under UV light and no additional chemicals are required.
Deactivation of the microbes is achieved when the germicidal rays come into contact with the microbes’ DNA. The rays annihilate the microbes’ genetic makeup consequently inhibiting reproduction or further growth.
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Why Opt for NEWater’s UV Water Sterilizers?
Compatible: compact and small enough to be used with other forms of filtration
Effective: Destroys 99.99% of bacteria, and all known microorganisms are sensitive to UV light.
Environmentally friendly: Can replace chlorine disinfection, no toxic by-products are formed.
Economical: Lowest operating costs and low maintenance costs of any disinfection system.
How Do UV Water Sterilizers Function?
UV water sterilization equipment gets rid of microbial impurities such as bacteria, viruses, algae, and fungi using ultraviolet germicidal rays at a wavelength of 253.7 nanometers. The UV rays attack the nucleic acid of the microbe’s DNA cells, consequently inhibiting growth and reproduction.
When raw water is injected into the UV sterilization equipment, it is subjected to germicidal radiation emanating from the UV lamp. The dispersed rays annihilate the microorganism’s DNA consequently producing disinfected water. UV water sterilizers have a 99.99% kill rate and the entire disinfection process is chemical-free.
What does Ultraviolet Water Sterilizer Remove?
Ultraviolet light is usually effective against all viruses, bacteria, and protozoa. UV disinfection systems for water treatment effectively remove common viruses, bacteria, cysts, coliforms, salmonella, E. coli, Cryptosporidium, etc. from drinking water, ensuring a high-quality output of produced water.
NEWater, A Professional and Reliable Manufacturer of UV Water Sterilizers
NEWater’s UV disinfection system for water treatment has earned a positive global reputation for its efficiency, productivity, reliability, and durability. They ensure a continuous supply of safe freshwater by effectively extracting viruses, bacteria, fungi, and other harmful microorganisms. Our best-in-class disinfectors are frequently utilized in homes, laboratories, hospitals, and pharmaceuticals. They have a 99.99% kill rate and are easy to use.
For over 20 years, the NEWater team has been using its expertise to provide economical UV sterilizers for water treatment solutions. Our mission is to create value for you while reducing the operating costs of your reverse osmosis plant.
Get to Know about NEWater UV Sterilizer Systems
- The UV reaction chamber is made of high-quality 304 stainless steel.
- High-quality quartz sleeves achieve the highest UV transmittance.
- They operate at a wavelength of approximately 254 nm.
- They can kill up to 99.99% of bacteria, viruses, and other microorganisms.
- Only 10 seconds of UV radiation is required.
- They are equipped with an alarm that signals when the intensity of the lamp drops.
- Available in standard capacities of 4-1,300 GPM.
- The service life of 9,000-13,000 hours.
- Municipal reclaimed water.
- Commercial Aquariums.
- Laboratory water disinfection.
- Pharmaceutical water treatment.
- Hospital water purification.
- Swimming pools.
- Bottled water.
- Post-treatment of reverse osmosis permeate.
Diverse, Premium-Quality UV Sterilizer System from NEWater
The whole house ultraviolet sterilizers disinfect water at a residence’s main entry point thereby guaranteeing the entire household safe, purified water.
The NEWater industrial ultraviolet water sterilizer supports high capacities and it eliminates up to 99.99% of microbes found in water.
NEWater’s commercial UV water sterilizers have relatively smaller capacities but they eliminate virtually all biological pollutants using germicidal UV-C rays.
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The time taken to disinfect water using UV germicidal radiations is commonly referred to as the exposure time. Ordinarily, it takes approximately 10 seconds of exposure to UV radiation at 253.7 nanometers for most microbial pollutants to die. However, the exposure time may vary depending on the UV dosage.
UV disinfectors are the economical, effective, and preferred solution for water disinfection. They eliminate 99.99% of biological pollutants and hardly utilize any chemicals. However, their impurity removal scope is limited to biological impurities only, hence they are often deployed alongside other water purification systems.
Typical UV water sterilizers necessitate thorough and frequent cleaning in order to operate optimally. The UV quartz sleeve, which houses the UV lamp should be cleansed after every 12 months to mitigate the over-accumulation of dirt. Cleaning should be undertaken using a sodium hydrosulfite solution.
The UV lamp is responsible for generating and dispersing the UV-C germicidal rays used to kill microbes. However, after continued use, the lamp’s intensity starts to deteriorate, which can negatively impact the sterilizer’s disinfection rate. One should replace the UV lamp once its intensity drops tremendously and this is often after one year or 9,000 hours of use.
Yes. Microbiologically contaminated water can cause waterborne illnesses such as typhoid and cholera. Having a functional UV sterilizer gets rid of these microbes in advance thereby protecting you and your close ones from waterborne diseases. Additionally, the price of owning UV sterilizers has shrunk in recent years and their operation and maintenance are stress-free.