Pelican Water Systems UV
Pelican UV Replacement Lamp & Parts
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Pelican Water Systems is owned by Pentair Water Systems. Pelican disinfection systems are designed to neutralize harmful bacteria, viruses, and other pathogens using ultraviolet light. UV sterilizers offer an environmentally-friendly method to ensure microbial-safe water. Without the use of harsh chemicals, these systems are an efficient and eco-conscious choice for those looking to protect their household water.
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Pelican Frequently Asked Questions
Are Pelican UV Systems Environmentally Friendly?
Yes, UV water disinfection is considered an eco-friendly form of water treatment. Unlike chemical disinfection methods that introduce substances like chlorine or chloramine into water, UV disinfection utilizes ultraviolet light to neutralize harmful bacteria, viruses, and other pathogens. This process doesn't add chemicals or alter the water's chemistry, taste, or odor. Additionally, UV systems operate without producing harmful by-products that can be detrimental to the environment. Thus, UV disinfection offers an effective and environmentally-conscious method for ensuring clean and safe drinking water.
What are the benefits of using Pelican UV systems?
UV water disinfection is chemical-free, environmentally friendly, and highly effective at disinfecting water. It does not alter the taste, odor, or color of the water, making it a safe and reliable option for water treatment. Learn more about the benefits of UV water disinfection.
How do Pelican UV Systems Destroy Viruses and Bacteria in water?
Pelican UV water sterilizer systems utilize powerful ultraviolet light to disinfect water by deactivating harmful microorganisms such as bacteria, viruses, and pathogens. Pelican UV systems use specialized UV lamps that emit UV-C light at a specific wavelength. This light penetrates the cells of microorganisms, disrupting their DNA, and rendering them unable to reproduce or cause infections.
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