How does an Ultra violet system work
The ultra violet unit consists of an outer chamber, manufactured in top quality stainless steel, that contains a high purity quartz tube surrounding an ultra violet (germicidal) lamp.
Water passes into the stainless steel chamber where it is subjected to UV rays, lethal to micro organisms and bacteria, which penetrate and destroy the cell structure.
UV treatment is one of the safest ways to disinfect water as the rays are a natural component of sunlight. No chemicals are added so there is no danger from overdosing or creating a bad taste.