Everyone on the earth needs water to survive, and water resources are vital to every industry and company in the world. With the development of the economy, the demand for water is increasing at an extremely fast rate, putting a lot of pressure on the existing water resources, and bad gas changes have exacerbated this situation. All these factors have increased the demand for better and more effective drinking water treatment processes and technologies. UV water sterilizers have gradually attracted widespread attention.
How to use UV water sterilizer? Ultraviolet rays are a naturally occurring component in solar radiation. It falls in the region between visible light and X-rays in the electromagnetic spectrum. Nucleic acids in microbial cell nuclei can be divided into two categories: ribonucleic acid (RNA) and deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA). The common point is the polynucleotide chain connected by phosphodiester bonds according to the principle of purine and pyridine thieves pairing. . The two nucleic acids in the cell nucleus can absorb high-energy short-wave ultraviolet radiation. This absorption of ultraviolet light energy can create new bonds between adjacent nucleotides, thereby forming bimolecules or dimers. It prevents them from performing cellular functions and reproducing. Ultraviolet rays are particularly effective against Cryptosporidium and Giardia.