UV, A method of water disinfection where water is exposed to UV light; certain wavelengths of UV light deactivate the DNA of bacteria, viruses and other pathogens and thus destroy their ability to multiply and cause disease. Back to the top
Radiation from a source such as a high-intensity mercury vapour tube emitting light in the 315 to 400 millimicron range. These short UV rays initiate activity within a coating or ink causing curing, or drying, from within.
(UV): Invisible radiation that is shorter in wavelength and higher in frequency than visible violet light (literally beyond the violet light).