Increasing global health concerns due to the spurt in urbanization and increasing level of industrialization are driving the UV disinfection equipment marketglobally. Several benefits associated with UV disinfection equipment including its low installation and operation cost, residue-less functioning and ease of maintenance making it one of the preferred choice among the disinfection equipments. The growth of allied industries such as healthcare and chemical are increasing the scope of UV disinfection equipment. The government initiative for providing safe drinking water to citizens is further escalating the demand in this market.
The trend of combined use of ozone and UV disinfection has been increasing in order to create multiple barriers for Cryptosporidium (a disease causing gastrointestinal illness and diarrhoea) and Giardia (the protozoan parasites causing Giardiasis).
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Based on their wavelengths (intensities), there are three types of Ultraviolet rays: Ultraviolet A (UVA), Ultraviolet B (UVB) and Ultraviolet C (UVC) with long (400-315 nm (nanometers)), medium (315-280 nm) and short (280-100 nm) wavelengths, respectively. UVA finds its application in PC Case-blue light, counterfeit money detection, air conditioning, air purification, scanning and disinfecting dishwasher. UVB is used in zoology and botany studies and UVC is used in disinfection of air, water and surface. Across all wavelengths, the UV disinfection equipment uses UVC lamps for disinfecting the targeted objects.
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The Long Term 2 (LT2) Surface Water Treatment Rule of EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) demonstrates that public water systems in the U.S. that use surface water or ground water are required to reduce the Cryptosporidium levels in source water by 2-logs (99%). Cryptosporidium microorganisms are chlorine resistant and can be filtered and disinfected through microfiltration, ozonation and UV disinfection. This lays further opportunities for the advanced disinfection techniques including the UV.
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