WHOLE-HOME UV SANITATION
HVAC ultraviolet light acts as a cleaning agent or sheriff, as you will, of bad microorganisms. Ultra violet light disrupts the DNA and RNA of germs, which, ultimately kills their ability to multiply. UV light systems target the coils in your unit to prevent the growth and build-up of bacteria, fungi and other pollutants such as dust, pollen, soot and smoke. In standard operation, these coils will become contaminated and pump out air that is filled with germs and allergens.
Hospitals, healthcare facilities and even office buildings have adopted UV light for HVAC. Studies have proven that UV light systems are highly effective in reducing microorganisms as they pass through Ultra Violet light rays. Reduced microorganisms mean less transferred illness. Along with keeping sickness from spreading, UV light may be a last defense against bacteria and viruses that
have become drug resistant. Killing harmful microorganisms at their source will promote wellness and overall health.
UV light for furnaces and UV light for air conditioners will maintain the cleanliness of the coils and significantly reduce the airborne pathogens that cause illness.
While most people know about ultraviolet sterilization or UV sterilization, not everyone knows exactly how it works and how it differs from other methods of disinfection. The ultraviolet light used during UV disinfection has shorter wavelengths than visible light. The shorter wavelengths allow the light to penetrate inside the bodies of pathogens and completely destroy them.
Because ultraviolet light is able to completely destroy pathogens, it is incredibly effective on viruses, bacteria, and fungi — much more effective than traditional disinfection. Other forms of disinfection like chemical disinfectants can’t get rid of pathogens as effectively, and they also have many negative side effects.