Five photochemical processes work together synergistically to break down or remove contaminants from water. This process actually destroys contaminants, rather than capturing them and creating a hazardous waste disposal problem.
LEDs or sunlight activate a nanotechnology coated mesh to generate hydroxyl radicals (OH-) which break apart chemical contaminants rendering them inert.
Reduces toxic species such as mercury (Hg II), silver (Ag I), arsenic (As V, and chromium (Cr VI) to more readily adsorbed materials.
Direct disassociation of contaminants by high intensity UV light, including atrazine, amoxicillin, DEET, and all estrogenic chemicals.
The catalyst strongly adsorbs heavy metals including mercury, lead, selenium, and arsenic, permanganate, and other compounds.
Multiple wavelengths and high intensity UV disinfect pathogens more effectively than standard UV germicidal lamps.