Important Facts You Need to Know About a UV Air Purification System

Posted By : Aubrey Mead , on Nov, 2016


Many people are probably not aware of the fact that their indoor air quality is often more polluted than outdoor air. Exposure to polluted indoor air presents certain risks for various ailments, allergies, and respiratory problems. Harmful radioactive gasses like radon that is naturally released by the soil and rocks beneath your property’s foundation can also affect the quality of your indoor air. You can improve your indoor air quality by installing a UV air purification system.

Does It Work?

One of the best ways to improve your indoor air quality is by installing a UV air purification system. Not only do such systems help in creating cleaner and healthier indoor air, but they also help prevent some of the common health problems associated with air quality. Before you go out to buy and install the system, here are a few useful facts you need to know about the technology.

How It Works

Numerous studies have proven that a UV air purification system can destroy germs, fungi, mold, bacteria, spores and even viruses. These systems can be deployed in commercial as well as residential settings. In the commercial settings, the systems are usually installed in:

*    Food processing plants

*    Clean rooms

*    Hospitals

*    Laboratories

In residential settings, the goal is to develop a cost-effective and continuous technique of air purification. The rate of killing air pollutants is normally a function of the intensity of the UV light, time and space. Because the UV air purification system has been proven to be effective in a cumulative fashion, the contaminated air is purified over time and subsequently passes over the UV lamp several times–the same way people clean their hands several times in a day to periodically eliminate germs.

Where Should the System Be Installed in the Home?

Stagnant indoor air is massive in volume and is so dispersed throughout the home that it becomes difficult to clean it effectively. However, there is one place within the home where all the air can be purified approximately every 15 minutes. This is in the operating central heating and cooling air system (HVAC). Therefore, if you want to clean the indoor air, you should do it through the HVAC unit. The UV air purification system should thus be placed within this system in order to take advantage of the single point where all the air can be effectively cleaned.

Our professionals at Swat Environmental will provide you with all the information you need to make an informed decision, along with a free, no-obligation price quote.

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