UV-C lamp – disinfection of the hot tub with ultraviolet radiation
A device that, based on shortwave ultraviolet light, disinfects water, where it can eliminate both viruses, bacteria and algae. It is not used alone, but a reduced dose of disinfectant is always added to the water, e.g. in the case of a disinfectant. chlorine, or hydrogen peroxide. It can dispose of bound chlorine, just like an ozonator. This is a better option to help disinfect water, as opposed to the ozonator. In the case of a UV-C lamp fluorescent lamp, its efficiency gradually decreases after about two years, the fluorescent lamp needs to be replaced even if the fluorescent lamp is still lit. Modern pool water treatment plants can no longer be used without UV-C lamps and are installed in all plants where water contamination is more contaminated.