Field Controls Introduces a Commercial UV Device for Better Air in Commercial Buildings
FIELD CONTROLS INTRODUCES THE COMMERCIALUV
(Kinston, NC) – Field Controls is happy to announce the release of the Commercial UV, designed to prevent toxic biofilm buildup on A-coils and significantly reduce airborne germs, viruses, and bacteria. Large enough to be used in the ductwork of commercial spaces and featuring multiple lengths and outputs for any application, the Commercial UV can help protect the health of your customers, students, employees, or visitors and keep your indoor air fresh and clean.
Especially in large older buildings, musty odors can be a problem in air handlers and rooftops. The air conditioning coil component of these systems can also become a breeding ground for mold and fungi, which will create a toxic biofilm layer on the A-coils. Not only does this cause poor-quality indoor air, but it also reduces operational efficiency. The Field Controls Commercial UV systems radiate UVC energy at the 253.7 nm wavelength. UVC energy inactivates microorganisms such as fungi, mold, bacteria, and viruses by a process known as Germicidal Irradiation or UVGI. The process alters the molecular structure of the microbes, rendering them harmless by impairing their ability to reproduce and colonize. As Brent Holloway, VP of Sales and Marketing, says, “with a focus on improving the air quality supplied by commercial facilities, we are excited to offer the industry’s most powerful commercial UVC lamps that are cost-effective and can be installed in minutes.”
The Field Controls Commercial UV has many features, including a magnetic mount to ensure an easy installation, a water-resistant, auto-sensing ballast, and an option to add a remote monitor Liquid Crystal Display to provide lamp and ballast status updates. The UVC lamps come in multiple lengths and outputs, a variety of intensity ranges from 278 to 780 μW/cm²@1m, as FEP coated or non-coated, and have an 18,000-hour lamp life. The Commercial UV is also lab-tested and verified to produce zero ozone, making it a safe choice for your commercial use.