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UV – How it works


Ultraviolet light kills microorganisms by penetrating the cell walls where it directly reaches its DNA strands causing alterations making it inactive and unable to reproduce. The UV lamp produces UV rays when electricity is supplied. The lamp is enclosed is a quartz sleeve that have a high rate of transmission and then place inside a water chamber for the UV rays to pass through.

Ultraviolet sterilization is the same process used to sterilize surgical instruments.

When water passes through the NUVO chamber, the result is the safest, cleanest water on earth… and all this is done in perfect safety for only pennies a month.

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