Protecting Your Home With a Germicidal UV Light

Are UV Lights Worth the Investment?

Your health can provide the answer. If you or other members of your family do not have issues with breathing or allergies and are not experiencing rates of colds and other viruses that are higher-than-normal, you may do not need germicidal UV lights in your HVAC system.

However, if those problems are a reality in your home, HVAC UV lights could be part of the solution.

How UV Lights Work

There are three main types of UV rays: UVA, UVB, and UVC. UVC rays have the shortest wavelength and highest energy, making them capable of killing bacteria and viruses (also known as pathogens). UVC rays are remarkably effective at decontamination because they can destroy the molecular bonds that hold together virus and bacteria DNA, including "superbugs," which have developed a stronger resistance to antibiotics.

For years, Hospitals have utilized ultraviolet (UV) lights as a cleaning tool. Their large, industrial-grade machines are used to decontaminate rooms. Today, homeowners are able to use smaller versions of UV sanitation lights in their HVAC systems.

Due to recency of outbreaks no specific claims can be made on the effectiveness of any system on destroying or eliminating the virus commonly known as COVID-19.

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Healthy Climate® UV Germicidal Lights

  • Help eliminate biological contaminants such as mold and bacteria
  • Highest UV light intensity on the market
  • Reduces concentrations of bioaerosols by 50% within as little as 45 minutes (based on constant air circulation in a home of 3,000 square feet using a 5 ton air handler)
  • Protects your HVAC equipment helping to keep it running smoothly and efficiently

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