UV Air Purifier

UV air purifiers have recently increased in popularity due to their claims of killing bacteria, viruses, mold, odors, and other air pollutants. While UV air purifiers in HVAC System are capable of eliminating these pollutants, they are not all created equal. Fresh Air Duct Cleaning recognizes the technology behind ultraviolet light purifiers and how beneficial they can be for homeowners. 

For these reasons, Fresh Air Duct Cleaning can install a UV air purifier in HVAC system for your home. This installation process is relatively simple, meaning our team can complete the job in no time. We can also show you how to operate the phone application that pairs well with the device. That way, you have the most control over the cleanliness of your indoor air.

UV Air Purifier Technology

UV light or ultraviolet light is a form of electromagnetic radiation. The sun gives off natural UV light and is the cause of your tan or sunburn. While small amounts of UV light are healthy, large amounts of it can damage tissue, hence the sunburn. In air pollutants like bacteria, mold spores, and pollen, the UV light breaks these biological materials down, so they are eliminated from your home’s air.

The purifier's effectiveness is determined by the amount of exposure to the light, how close the light is to the bacteria, the intensity of the light, and more. These qualities must be considered when choosing a UV air purifier because you want the best results possible. Additionally, having Fresh Air Duct Cleaning install your UV air purifier will help assist in its effectiveness.

UVC Max 25

Fresh Air Duct Cleaning is always looking to use the latest technologies to preserve indoor air quality. We work with companies like Rotobrush® and Air-Care™ to carry out our services. The tools these companies product are effective in eliminating indoor air pollutants and promoting healthy homes. The UV air purifier our team uses for our clients comes from Air-Care, a leader in indoor air quality machines.

Air-Care has created an effective and highly affordable ultraviolet light air purifier that is perfect for homes, businesses, schools, shopping centers, and more. The UVC Max 25 is a 110-volt ultraviolet light purifier for your entire home. This lamp destroys biological and chemical contaminants, along with chemical odors within your home.

Since this technology is smart device ready, you can receive alerts on your phone about the bulb’s life. The UVC Max 25 has a bulb life of 12,000 hours and comes with a one-year warranty. The installation process is relatively simple, too, as the device can be installed in duct board units, metal ducts, and even furnace units.

Frequently Asked Questions

UV Air Purifier Installation

If you are looking to maintain your indoor air quality with a UV air purifier, give Fresh Air Duct Cleaning a call today. Our team can locate the proper location of the purifier and install it with ease. Contact our team today for an estimate or to learn more about our services. You can reach us by calling (214) 272-9715 or visit our contact us page to fill out the form.

Do UV air purifiers produce ozone?

According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), some UV air purifiers produce ozone gasses. Fresh Air Duct Cleaning has taken steps to select products and manufacturers that produce high-quality UV air purifiers that are safe for homeowners.

Do UV air purifiers kill COVID?

UV air purifiers are effective in reducing the number of air pollutants, but the EPA does not recommend you rely solely on these purifiers to kill COVID-19. Combine them with other purifiers and disinfection techniques in your own home. 

What does the UV light do on an air purifier?

The UV light on an air purifier is designed to inactivate bacteria and microorganisms caught in the filter of the purifier. Ultraviolet light damages the DNA and RNA of these microorganisms, allowing the purifier to remove them from the air. UV light is being used to disinfect medical facilities and hospitals today.

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If you are interested in quality air duct cleaning for your Texas home, reach out to our team today by calling 214-272-9715 or filling out the “Request Quote” form. Our team is happy to assist you in maintaining the quality and health of your home.

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