Ultraviolet sterilizer refers to the equipment that uses the ultraviolet mercury lamp as the light source and the 253.7nm ultraviolet radiation radiated during the discharge of mercury vapor in the lamp tube as the main spectral line to disinfect drinking water (hereinafter referred to as sterilizer).
The ultraviolet sterilizer has the characteristics of no dead angle, good light radiation conditions, low energy consumption, flexible and convenient equipment installation and disassembly, and no secondary pollution. Compared with chlorine sterilization, the ultraviolet sterilizer does not need to add chemical agents, no secondary pollution, no mixing equipment, and greatly reduces the equipment operation cost. If it is drinking water, the ultraviolet sterilizer is safe and will not have an adverse impact on the human body due to the excess of agents. Compared with ozone sterilizer, ultraviolet sterilizer has the advantages of low energy consumption, no large mixer and no fishy smell. It not only feels good, but also reduces the operation cost