Residential UV Light Purification Services
UV Light Purification: Indoor air is often five times more polluted than outdoor air. Allergens, mold, germs, and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are common indoor pollutants that diminish indoor air quality.
Air filters in typical HVAC systems can remove larger contaminants like allergens and particulate matter, but viruses, germs, mold spores, odor-causing particles and VOCs (chemical vapors) are small enough and may still flow thru the filters and remain in your airstream. The only way to effectively reduce these is with the addition of an air cleaner or purifier using UV light technology.
Proper air filtration is the first line of defense against the circulation of microbes within your HVAC system. With the right conditions and proper installation, UV lights can be very effective at killing viruses, mold, and bacteria. The two working together can make your home or office building a much healthier place.
Can UV Light Purification Really Increase the Air Quality in My Home?
Yes, if they are installed properly, and use the correct spectrum of UV light. It is up to the homeowner to ensure that conditions are right, and installation is completed correctly by a qualified HVAC technician.
A professional with experience in installing UVGi systems must keep a multitude of conditions in mind when installing a system2.
The correct placement and direction of the proper number of UVGi lights has as much bearing on effectiveness as the temperature and humidity levels within the home.
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Does Air Filtration Help? & Benefits of UV-Light
Absolutely. As a matter of fact, the CDC recommends that a High Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA)-level air filter be used to trap larger particulates3. This is important because the presence of particulates can shield a microorganism from UV light bombardment. The CDC suggests using Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation (UVGI) as an adjunct air-cleaning measure, as it cannot replace HEPA filtration.