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Talking about the principle of water treatment ultraviolet sterilizer

Water treatment UV sterilizer manufacturers introduce the principle of sterilization is the use of ultraviolet photon energy to break the DNA structure of various viruses, bacteria and other pathogenic bodies in water. Mainly to break the various structural bonds in DNA or photochemical polymerization, for example, dimerize THYMINE in DNA, so that various viruses, bacteria and other pathogens can be reproduced and reproduced to achieve the sterilization effect.

UV disinfection skills are a new generation of disinfection skills emerging in the late 1990s. It integrates optics, microbiology, electronics, fluid mechanics and aerodynamics. It is characterized by high efficiency, broad spectrum, low cost, long life, large water volume and no secondary pollution. It is internationally recognized as the 21st century. Sterilization skills for dry flow. Today, our over-current UV sterilizer manufacturer Dingzhou Tianrun Environmental Protection Co., Ltd. introduces the principle of sterilization of over-current UV sterilizer.

The main body of the water treatment UV sterilizer is made of 304L or 316L stainless steel. The inner part of the main body is polished to enhance the ultraviolet irradiance to ensure that the disinfectant does not have the phenomenon of incomplete disinfection and sterilization during the sterilization process.

Water treatment UV sterilizer construction:

1. Ultraviolet tube

2. Quartz glass casing

3. Ballast power supply

4. Stainless steel body

5. Time accumulation display (optional)

6. UV intensity monitor (optional)

7. control box

The ultraviolet sterilization band is mainly between 200 and 300 nm, and the sterilization at a wavelength of 253.7 nm is strong. When various bacterial viruses in water or air illuminate a region through ultraviolet rays (wavelength of 253.7 nm), ultraviolet rays penetrate the cell membrane and nucleus of microorganisms, damaging the molecular bonds of nucleic acids (DNA or RNA), causing them to lose their imitation or inactivity. Death, killing all bacterial viruses in water or air without using any chemicals.