UV Air Germicidal System

The EPA has named indoor air pollution one of the top five environmental risks to public health. With the amount of time spent indoors, it's no wonder that so many of us suffer from allergies, asthma, and other illnesses. Proper filtration of the air in your home and incoming ventilation air is key to removing particulates from the air.

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How germicidal UV lights work

Germicidal UV lamps sterilize microorganisms (bacteria, fungi, viruses, etc.) to prevent them from growing inside your HVAC system.

See, microorganisms like dark, wet environments. This makes your HVAC system, especially around the condensate drain pan and cool evaporator coil, the ideal home for microorganisms.

The UV light will emit rays of UV-C light that either kill or disable microorganisms, making them unable to reproduce.

Signs you need an Air germicidal UV light System

  • Someone in your family has allergies or respiratory problems. Mold spores and other pathogens can irritate allergy and asthma symptoms. With proper filtration, the UV light will sterilize the microorganisms, and then your system's air filter will capture them.

  • You live in a warm, humid climate. In hot, moist places like Atlanta, your air conditioner is being used, which means it's cold and wet for several months. That means your system is more at risk of getting mold than cooler places that don't need as much air conditioning.

  • A mold specialist told you mold is growing inside your HVAC system. You'll need to first get the mold removed by a mold remediation specialist. Installing a germicidal UV light afterward will prevent mold from coming back into your HVAC system.

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