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UV TECHNOLOGY

Purifies indoor air and keeps HVAC equipment running efficiently.

HOW UV LIGHT TECHNOLOGY WORKS

UV Aire air purifiers mounted in the HVAC duct system can be effective in controlling viruses, bacteria, mold, and germs. The UV lamp neutralizes an organism’s DNA and makes it unable to replicate. As indoor air circulates through the duct system, it is consistently bathed in UV light as it passes through the treatment zone. Watch the video to learn more about UV lamp technology.

POD 1: HOW DO UV LIGHTS HELP?

Growing on air filters, insulation, cooling coils and in ducts, fungal contamination is rampant within HVAC units. These spores promote building-related illnesses, including infectious diseases, allergic rhinitis, asthma and hypersensitivity pneumonia. Further, respiratory exposure to mycotoxins (toxic compounds that are naturally produced by certain types of molds/fungi) can also lead to cancer and acute toxicosis. While UV lights have no effect on pet dander, dust or other allergens, when placed within an HVAC air handler, UV lights can prevent mold from forming inside this vital component, enabling mold-free coils, cleaner indoor air and improved airflow for a more efficient system overall. In addition, UV lights can also cut down on the need for regular duct cleaning. And while filters certainly have their use, UV lights are more successful in disinfecting and sterilizing air, and can be particularly beneficial for those suffering from health issues or in humid regions predisposed to mold growth.

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Pod 2: How UV Light Technology Works

UV-Aire air purifiers mounted in the HVAC duct system can be effective in controlling viruses, bacteria, mold, and germs. The UV lamp neutralizes an organism’s DNA and makes it unable to replicate. As indoor air circulates through the duct system, it is consistently bathed in UV light as it passes through the treatment zone. Watch the video to learn more about UV lamp technology.

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