The Development of Water Purifier Industry in China Viewed from the Application of Ultraviolet Sterilizer
As the source of life, the pollution of global water resources has generally intensified in recent years. In order to meet people's drinking water safety, various water purifiers gradually appear and develop rapidly. In recent years, with the continuous maturity of UV technology, UV sterilizers have also been widely used in the water purifier industry.
It is known that municipal tap water will be chlorinated in the production process, and chlorine can kill bacteria in the water. However, when chlorine reacts with organic acids, many carcinogenic by-products, such as chloroform, will be produced. Long term drinking will cause great harm to human body. However, the ultraviolet sterilizer can achieve the antibacterial and bacteriostasis of the water body in the water purifier. In the face of frequent water pollution incidents in recent years, the quality and safety of water purifiers have become the only focus of attention. Among them, the problem of excessive bacteria in water purifier effluent has always been a "stubborn disease" in the water purifier industry.
Nowadays, UV technology has been widely used abroad, and the traditional chlorination disinfection has been partly banned, and the price is lower than the traditional chlorination disinfection. After nearly 20 years of research and practice, the composite application technology mainly composed of ultraviolet rays has become the first choice for advanced water purification technology due to its good treatment effect.
Ultraviolet disinfection technology is based on modern epidemic prevention, medicine and photodynamics. It uses specially designed UVC band ultraviolet light with high efficiency, high intensity and long life to irradiate running water and directly kill various bacteria, viruses, parasites, algae and other pathogens in the water to achieve the purpose of disinfection. Ultraviolet disinfection is a physical method. It does not add any substances to the water and has no side effects. This is where it is superior to chlorination disinfection.
Thanks to the rapid development of ultraviolet sterilization technology, it is believed that the domestic water purifier industry will develop more rapidly in the next few years, and the prospect is promising!