Whole House Water Sterilizer
water sterilizers are designed specifically to kill harmful microorganisms such as bacteria and viruses in untreated water supplies (well water or surface water systems). Ultraviolet (UV) systems are commonly installed by homeowners who have received a positive coliform.
A whole-house water sterilizer is a type of water treatment system that is designed to disinfect the water supply for an entire home or building. These systems are typically installed at the main water supply line and use UV light, chlorine, or other disinfectant technologies to kill bacteria, viruses, and other microorganisms in the water. Whole-house water sterilizers are often used in areas with poor water quality or where the risk of waterborne illness is high. They can help ensure that the water throughout the home or building is safe for drinking, cooking, and other uses. Some whole-house water sterilizers may also include other features, such as filters to remove other contaminants from the water, or monitoring systems to ensure that the water is being properly disinfected.