Did you know... UV vs Quantum Disinfection Comparative
UV Ultraviolet germicidal irradiation is a disinfection method that uses short-wavelength ultraviolet (UV-C) light to inactivate microorganisms by disrupting their DNA, leaving them unable to perform vital cellular functions. The UV disinfection mechanism is based on contact time, or time of UV exposure of the microorganism The UV systems are electrical devices composed basically of an isolated reactor and mercury black-ray ultraviolet lamp.
Quantum Disinfection Quantum disinfection is a water disinfection technology that use silver based germicide ceramics to kill microorganisms by disintegration of the cells due to an instant "rip-off" of electrons. The killing mechanism is unique and allows the elimination of a large range of microorganisms (bacteria, virus, micro-algae, yeast, etc.) at high concentrations without any contact time. The Quantum Disinfection ceramics are a catalyst and not an electrical device; Quantum Disinfection do not require electrical power.