How does a U.V. Light filtration system work? As contaminants come into sight of ultraviolet light, the light destroys the microorganism, hindering its ability to reproduce. Polluted air is cleansed over time with each pass through the light. Ultraviolet light systems cause the least amount of airflow restrictions and are typically found in hospitals, laboratories, and kitchens.
Ultraviolet (UV) sunlight wavelengths are commonly harnessed in small, people-friendly amounts to destroy atmospheric pollution. Bacterial aggressors and airborne pathogens both lack the protective skin and hair tissues that humans do, meaning that high-energy UV light kills them almost immediately. The principle works very well outdoors, and it’s also quite effective from within the confines of your home or office.
Our expert HVAC specialists install a varied range of UV filtration systems in buildings statewide. These units are generally self-contained, requiring a relatively simple insertion procedure to fully integrate with your existing circulation network. As a result, our installers tackle ultraviolet installs quickly and to the long-lasting satisfaction of the home and business clients we service. Because UV filters only require a relatively common light bulb to operate normally, they give your HVAC a cheap, clean, allergen-busting boost that totally forgoes the need for expensive filters or large supplementary units.
U.V. Lighting Helps With:
- Damp smells
- Smoke smells
- Pet odors
- Mold spores
- Reduces allergies/sickness
- Cold and flu viruses
For a higher level of air quality, use U.V. lighting in combination with an air filtration system.
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Hernando & Citrus Counties- Spring Hill / Brooksville: (352) 688-5188
Pasco County- New Port Richey / Port Richey / Trinity / Holiday: (727) 842-4855
Pinellas County- Tarpon Springs / Clearwater / St. Petersburg: (727) 945-0201
Tampa: (800) 330-5486