Last Updated on August 29, 2019
A water test analyzes contaminants and water quality indicators (WQIs) found in the water supply. A failed water test may indicate that there is too much of a particular microorganism that could be harmful in the water and that renders it unsafe to drink or use. View this Germicidal Ultraviolet (UV-C) for Failed Water Tests Presentation and visit our application-specific page to learn how UV-C Water Disinfection can help.
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Made or Assembled in the USA of Type 304 or Type 316 stainless steel, the UV water treatment systems from Atlantic Ultraviolet Corporation® are constructed of the highest quality materials and use germicidal UV-C lamps to purify water. Many applications can benefit from germicidal UV-C, including large facilities if a water test has failed. For more information on UV-C for failed water tests, visit our application-specific page.
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