Used extensively in drinking water for over 100 years, many leisure operators are now installing UV systems as standard to ensure their water does not pose a risk to public health and safety.
Due to a thick outer membrane, it takes more than 10 days to destroy Cryptosporidium in a normal pool using traditional chemical methods (25 OC with free chlorine levels of 1 ppm).
Considered the best protection technology available, UV systems are independently proven as an effective barrier to safeguard against Cryptosporidium, Giardia and 15 other chlorine resistant waterborne microorganisms that pose serious risks to bather’s health and safety.
Whilst all UV systems will provide some level of protection against Cryptosporidium, it is important to note that only UV systems that have undergone independent 3rd party validation testing, using bio essay testing with live surrogate microorganisms can be guaranteed and trusted to deliver the required 3-log reduction (99.9%) reduction of Cryptosporidium in a single pass through the UV System that is needed in order to protect public health and keep swimmers safe from infection.
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