Ultraviolet (UV) lights have been utilized in commercial settings to reduce airborne contaminants and sanitize equipment for decades. You can now incorporate the proven technology into your HVAC system to boost your indoor air quality.
Installing UV lights (ultraviolet) in your home’s forced-air heating and cooling system will increase your home’s air quality easily and affordably. Ultraviolet light comes from sunshine and has a sanitizing effect on the organic matter it contacts. Installed in your home’s HVAC system, you’ll achieve the same benefits.
UV lights shine brightly against airborne pathogens that infiltrate your home’s heating and cooling system. Hospitals and other medical facilities have long utilized the disinfecting power of certain wavelengths of ultraviolet light to sterilize air and surfaces.
Indoor air quality is important for the health of your family.
While HVAC systems and portable air filtration devices scrub a wide variety of particles and pollutants from the air, they can't always remove tiny airborne micro-organisms with the same efficiency.