UV LIGHT AIR PURIFIER AND AIR TREATMENT
The Most Advanced Germ Fighting Technique in the HVAC Industry
Every HVAC system must operate within the guidelines of the American Society for Heating Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE). This includes everything associated with indoor air quality and proper ventilation, including any commercial or residential codes sanctioned by states and municipalities.
The primary goal of ASHRAE is to regulate the manufacturers of the electronic devices that clean indoor air. Even issues that may seem menial such as the location of a building’s outdoor air intakes and exhaust ducts is important, especially if they are improperly installed. This because carbon monoxide is odorless and poisonous, improper installation can lead to excess CO buildup in dangerous areas.
The job of your HVAC system is to maintain comfortable interior temperatures and air quality. Now choosing an HVAC unit is entirely another subject, because the wrong system could increase the use of utilities such as water and electricity. Furthermore, just because a system is expensive does not equate to it working adequately.
Truthfully, heating and cooling systems are only as good as the sum of their parts. Even a pricey system can malfunction due to seemingly unimportant components like the air filter, which can recirculate collected dust if it’s an incorrect type.
UV Light Air Purifiers
The use of air cleaners has increased immensely in recent years. The technology itself has advanced into other, more effective approaches too. Today, ultraviolet (UV) technology is growing in popularity because it has been proven to successfully kill germs.
Although these devices are most effective under specific conditions, they are quickly becoming a high-demand item for ventilation systems. UV Lights place within a ventilation shaft will kill microbes and contaminants not collected by your filter, adding an extra layer of purity to your indoor air.
RGF Guardian Phi Cell Air Purifier
The RGF Guardian Air Phi Cell (photohydroionization cell) is arguably the best air purifier on the market. The Phi Cell is unique because it effectively uses light, water, and oxygen to destroy 99% of the surface and airborne germs you regularly encounter. In addition, the Phi Cell can eliminate 85% of the unpleasant smells that may linger indoors.
While we can’t control outdoor air pollution as much as we like, Eclipse Heating and Cooling can give you the tools to filter and clean the air inside your home. Considering that we spend more than 90% of our time indoors, this is an important investment to consider.
Call today to schedule a visit from one of our expert indoor air quality specialists at 541-564-1031.