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Harness the Power of UV Light for Air Purification

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Pioneering UV Air Purification for over 25 Years

Field Controls Is Leading the Way

For over 25 years, Field Controls has been at the forefront of innovative and comprehensive solutions utilizing the power of ultraviolet (UV) light for air purification in homes and businesses. With 95-years of air treatment experience, Field Controls has been respected as an expert in harnessing the power of Ultraviolet technology for air purification. Our team of knowledgeable and forward-thinking engineers have pioneered leading-edge products that combat airborne pathogens, bacteria, and viruses, providing cleaner and healthier indoor air. Our commitment to research, development, and quality, enables us to deliver reliable and effective solutions that enhance air quality and promote healthier homes and businesses.

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  • Highest output UV lamps in the market
  • Improves air quality by targeting airborne germs, bacteria, viruses, mold, and fungi
  • Saves money by reducing HVAC maintenance as it cleans the A-Coil

Ultraviolet-Powered Air Purifier Options

Discover the Versatile Range of UV-Powered Solutions for Residential and Commercial Applications

Harnessing the Power of UV Light: Transforming Air Purification with Cutting-Edge Technology

UV light, even though invisible to our eyes, can actually work wonders for improving the quality of the air we breathe? UV light is a type of radiation that exists just beyond what we can see, like the colors of a rainbow. It’s a natural part of sunlight, making up about 10 percent of its energy. While you can’t see UV light, you’ve probably experienced its effects, like getting a sunburn after spending too much time in the sun.

But here’s the exciting part, when we harness the power of UV light intentionally, it can bring some amazing benefits. We use both natural and artificial UV light in various products, like black lights, lights to help plants grow indoors, tanning beds, and even welding equipment. UV light has been employed for a long time to disinfect things like water, equipment, and even the foods and drinks we consume.

When it comes to air purification, UV light works its magic by reducing harmful bacteria, viruses, mold, and other unwanted particles floating in the air. It’s like having an invisible shield that helps keep the air we breathe cleaner and healthier. In fact, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) acknowledges that UVC radiation, a type of UV light, is a proven disinfectant for air, water, and surfaces that aren’t porous.

So, to help with poor air quality, UV light technology can make a real difference by purifying the air, creating a safer and more pleasant environment for you and your loved ones.

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The Three Types of UV Light

Which is Best for Air Purification?

When it comes to ultraviolet (UV) light options, there are three main types: UV-A, UV-B, and UV-C. UV-C. See below for an explanation of each type. UV-C light, however, is the preferred choice for air purification, as it offers powerful germicidal properties and helps create cleaner and healthier indoor environments.

Ultraviolet (UV) - A

Ultraviolet (UV) - A

UV-A light refers to a specific type of light with wavelengths ranging from 315 to 400 nanometers. It is commonly found in sunlight and is often associated with “black light” effects. UV-A light is primarily used for purposes like inducing tanning in tanning beds and certain artistic applications. However, when it comes to air purification, UV-A light is not as effective in air purification.

Ultraviolet (UV) - B

Ultraviolet (UV) - B

UV-B light, with wavelengths of 280-315nm, has more energy than UV-A. Although UV-B has been used in medical treatments including skin conditions, it is not ideal for air purification since it has low effectiveness in neutralizing airborn pathogens as compared to UV-C light.

Ultraviolet (UV) - C

Ultraviolet (UV) - C

Unleash the power of UV-C light for air purification. UV-C light, with wavelengths of 100-280nm has a powerful ability to combat bacteria and viruses, offering a solution for cleaner and healthier indoor air. UV-C light effectively targets and neutralizes harmful microorganisms, such as bacteria and viruses, by disrupting their DNA or RNA structure.

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Highest output UV lamps in the market

Ultraviolet C Light Icon

Improves air quality by targeting airborne germs, bacteria, viruses, mold, and fungi

Ultraviolet C Light Icon

Saves money by reducing HVAC maintenance as it cleans the A-Coil

Benefits of Field Controls UV Light Technology

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