UV Air Treatment

Advances in technology have made it possible to utilize ultraviolet rays as a form air purification. Quite recently, the use of UV rays as a form of air purification has become quite popular. In an effort to keep abreast of the latest in HVAC technology, CoolzHeating does offer UV air treatment systems for our residential and commercial customers. UV air treatment systems are unique in that they use ultraviolet rays to destroy and eliminate allergens and other airborne pollutants and impurities. These particular systems are so effective at cleaning the air in the environment that even hospitals are currently using them. UV air treatment is a unique, effective method to comprehensively clean the air in a home or business environment.

At CoolzHeating we have taken the time to fully learn and understand UV air treatment technology. All of our HVAC technicians have receive comprehensive training on UV air treatment systems which allows them to assist our customers with understanding the benefits of owning a UV air treatment system. The UV air treatment system consists of a steady ultraviolet light that looks similar in appearance to a fluorescent bulb. The system is placed near the cooling coils of the HVAC system which allows it to collect airborne pollutants. The UV light works to purify air by causing cell damage in the various forms of airborne pollutants.

UV air treatment systems are a great option for anyone that is considering an air purification system for their home or business. The system itself is very easy to maintain as the operating lamps only need to be replaced once a year. Also, a UV air treatment system reduces maintenance of the cleaning coils in an HVAC system by removing impurities from the air. Ultraviolet air treatment systems are a technologically advanced way to effectively remove impurities from the air.

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