Ultra Violent Lights High Point, NC

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At Air Care Heating & Cooling, we are experts when it comes to in home comfort. We have experienced the benefits that ultraviolet lighting can provide in our homes, and we want the same for you and your family. UV lamps and ultra violet lights can provide homeowners with a cleaner indoor coil and better air quality through germicidal control.

How do ultraviolet lights work?

It is well known that ultraviolet germicidal lamps can destroy any microorganism that comes in contact with its powerful UV-C rays. This method is recommended by the Centers for Disease Control for its germicidal effects. The destruction of germs and bacteria by germicidal ultraviolet light is accomplished quickly and effectively.

UV Light Air Purifier Facts & Studies

  • The Centers of Disease Control(CDC) recommends the use of ultraviolet light with simultaneous use of HEPA air filters, both of which are offered in Surround Air multi-function air purifiers.
  • The U.S. government now specifies that UV light should be used in air handling units to improve indoor air quality in government buildings, by controlling airborne and surface microbial growth.
  • The Air Institute of Respiratory Education suggests UV lights be used in buildings for indoor air quality purposes, and states that may be the final line of defense against those diseases that have developed resistance to drugs, such as tuberculosis and others.
  • According to the Aerobiological Engineering Dept. at Penn State University, the ultraviolet component of sunlight is the main reason microbes die in the outdoor air. The die-off rate in the outdoors varies from one pathogen to another, but can be anywhere from a few seconds to a few minutes for a 90-99% kill of viruses or contagious bacteria.
  • The Centers of Disease Control(CDC)recommends UV lights in homeless shelters to prevent the spread of disease, particularly TB (tuberculosis).
  • A study by Air & Waste Management Association found the combination of a HEPA air filter and germicidal UV lamp reduced bacteria by 80% in a 3072 cubic foot chamber.