One of the most common sources of molds and bacteria in a home heating system is the indoor air conditioning evaporator coil. As an air conditioner operates, the evaporator coil is wet when in operation. Located inside your air handler or ductwork above your furnace, the coil is in a cool dark space, which is an ideal breeding ground for mold and mildew. These spores can be carried through the air and spread throughout your home.
Germicidal Ultraviolet (UV – UVC) Lights
Healthy Climate® UVC Germicidal Lights
The Healthy Climate® germicidal light emits ultraviolet (UVC) energy that has been proven effective in reducing microbial life forms (viruses, bacteria, yeasts, and molds) on surfaces.
- Powerful ultraviolet energy helps eliminate biological contaminants like mold and bacteria
- Reduce your family’s exposure to potentially harmful airborne pollutants
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Healthy Climate® UV Germicidal Lights
UV Germicidal lights target airborne bio−aerosols (bacteria and viruses)
- Reduces concentrations of airborne bio−aerosols by up to 50% within as little as 45 minute
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