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Ultraviolet Sterilization Systems from eWateronline.net Make Your Home Drinking Water Safer
Friday, April 15, 2011
Ultraviolet Sterilization Systems from www.eWateronline.net play a major role in keeping home drinking water safe from biological contaminates.
Ultraviolet (UV) Sterilization Systems kill disease-causing micro-organisms such as E. coli with 99.9% effectiveness and without adding any dangerous by-products to the water. Using a UV Sterilization System creates a deadly effect on pathonogenic micro-organisms such as bacteria, viruses and cysts that are often present. Coupled with a filtration system, harmful micro-organisms are not only rendered harmless, but can also be removed which leaves water clean, safe and fresh.
eWateronline.net is a division of CAI Technologies, Inc., a long-established provider of water treatment equipment across the U.S. since 1991. CAI offers free shipping from warehouses strategically located throughout the country in Pennsylvania, Florida, Chicago, Texas, Nevada and California.
“Ultraviolet Sterilization Systems continue to grow in popularity as people become more health and safety conscious,” said Bill Cook, Water Treatment Sales Manager at CAI. “We carry a wide variety of UV systems to suit every need and are always available to guide the buyer to the best system for their application and budget.”
eWateronline.net offers both R-Can Sterilight and Trojan Technologies UVMax products. These systems carry a five-year pro-rated warranty and full one-year warranty on UV lamps and monitor probes. “We also carry the full line of replacement parts required for each unit so customers always have the convenience of having the items shipped directly to their doorstep when needed,” said Cook.
According to Cook, typical residential applications use a seven or eight gallon-per-minute unit. Larger residential applications (or customers that desire an extra margin of safety) tend to use a 12 or 15 gallon-per-minute unit.
Before installing a UV Sterilization System, Cook recommends installing a five-micron sediment cartridge filter upstream from the UV system. These filters remove any sediment that may be in the water.
“It’s important to us to provide quality support and to answer all questions so that our customers always get the right product and peace of mind. After all, we take their safety as seriously as they do.”