Many consumers are now turning to ultraviolet UV light for their indoor air systems to help provide clean air solutions for everyone – the U. S. General Services Administration Office of the Chief Architect has even incorporated UV systems in the Facilities Standards for Public Buildings.
Because of the proven effectiveness of the ultraviolet UV light (germicidal UV) in eliminating most viruses, airborne bacteria, and mold spores, the cleanser system is quickly becoming the leading choice in safe, clean indoor air for home and business owners.
When it comes to the health of those we love, having a UV Light Cleaner along with a High-Efficiency Electrostatic Filter is not only the right choice but the best option working to provide a “100% clean air solution” for common indoor air problems.
Yes, and in any place a concern for clean air exists.
Yes -UVC lamps kill up to 99.9% of most viruses, airborne bacteria and mold spores.
Ultraviolet light in the germicidal wavelength renders the organisms sterile. When organisms can no longer reproduce, they die.
Germicidal UVC lamps do not produce much heat – about the same as fluorescent lamps.
No – germicidal UV sterilizes only what it comes in contact with.
This is determined by the wattage of the lamp.