General information about UV radiation and its generation
Ultraviolet radiation has assumed an important place in our everyday lives – even if this often happens in the background and is not obvious at first glance.
For example, drinking water in many countries tastes strongly of chlorine and smells as pungent as it is unpleasant – but why is this not the case everywhere?
The solution lies, for example, in municipal drinking water disinfection using ultraviolet, which has become widely used. In the private sector as well as in industry and medicine, ultraviolet technology is on the road to success and is used as a recognized, cost-effective and reliable method.
The answers to the “Where / How / Why” can be found on this page.