Do Ultraviolet UV Light Water Sterilizers Treat Waterborne Viruses?

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With the rise of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), the world is on more alert than ever before when it comes to sanitizing and disinfecting themselves of this harmful virus. With global quarantining, and ensuring proper safety measures to stop the spread, something that may set a red flag off is your home water supply. There are numerous waterborne viruses proven to transmit through water, both in cities and within private wells, that could be detrimental to your health.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) and Water Contamination

As of right now, the Coronavirus has not been found in municipal drinking water and still remains labeled as an airborne virus, as stated by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. However, that does not mean you should disregard the possibility of it being in water altogether, and even CDC recommends that people use proper water filtration to ensure safety and health from the COVID-19 epidemic.

How Does UV Light Treat Viruses in Water?

Out of all the water purification methods on the market today, nothing works as efficiently and effectively at getting rid of bacteria and viruses than Ultraviolet light technology. Ultraviolet light, otherwise known as UV light, is ideal for cleaning your water without harming you or it in the process. When bacteria and viruses in your water get exposed to the UV light, the DNA within these microorganisms gets damaged, preventing them from performing their cellular functions. This debilitation means these viruses will not be able to get you sick anymore, ultimately resulting in your water becoming entirely pure and safe to use.

Bluonics UV Light Technologies

Water is the fundamental element to survival, so making sure it is clean is essential. Whether you have city water or a private well, though city water contaminates can affect a much larger scale, both are at risk of containing harmful chemicals and viruses if not adequately treated. In both cases, you will want to have a high quality, Bluonics Ultraviolet water sterilizer system to know for sure that your water is ideal for consumption. To be even more precautious, especially if you use city water that has been chemically treated, doubling up with an under sink Bluonics UV light water filter and purifier is highly recommended for maximum water purity.

Conclusion

Even though the Coronavirus may or may not be able to transit into water, it is always better to be safe than sorry. If you are not particularly concerned about COVID-19, think about all the other potential waterborne viruses that could be in your water that you will want to filter out. Waterborne viruses include adenovirus, rotavirus (which is responsible for 527 thousand child deaths in 2004), coxsackievirus, echovirus, reovirus, astrovirus, and many more. The world may be full of viruses, but that does not mean you need to suffer because of it. Give yourself the peace of mind knowing that your water is pure by implementing innovative UV light sterilizer to give you and your family optimal health.

 

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