HVAC UV Lamps Help Eliminate Biological Agents
Bacteria, viruses, and other harmful microorganisms are the last things you want floating around the air in your home-sweet-home. Our HVAC UV lamps add another weapon to your arsenal in the fight against biological contaminants.
How Ultraviolet Lights Work
Most air conditioning systems use a refrigerant to extract heat from the air and move it outside. The cooling coils are where the magic happens. The refrigerant enters a gaseous state as it passes through the coils, attracting heat from the surrounding air. Water vapor also gets removed during the process. The collected moisture drains into a drip pan and exits your home via a condensate drain. UV lamps use ultraviolet radiation to destroy biological pollutants drawn to the moist environment.
The secret to gaining the full benefits of germ-killing UV lamps lies in selecting a properly designed product. As a Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer, Ful-Bro Heating and Air Conditioning installs HVAC UV lamps engineered to get the job done. Carrier’s Performance Ultraviolet Germicidal UV Light is a prime example. It’s mounted adjacent to the cooling coils to eliminate biological agents like viruses before they can circulate through your home.
An Energy-Saving Technology
HVAC UV lamps help keep the air you breathe free of biological contaminants. They can lower your energy bills too. Microorganisms that grow on critical components force your HVAC systems to run for longer cycles to maintain your comfort. Keeping the equipment clean increases system efficiency and decreases your utility expenses. You’ll breathe easier while keeping more money in your pocket.
From air cleaners to ventilation systems, Ful-Bro Heating and Air Conditioning offers a complete lineup of indoor air quality products. Schedule a consultation with our certified technicians, and we’ll help you find the solutions best for you. Since 1967, we’ve been proud to provide products and services that help ensure you stay healthy and comfortable all year long.
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