Is The Air In Your Home Ultra Pure?
UV Air Purifier
Ultraviolet lights have many different applications. Like most, you probably know how ultraviolet lights can be used when it comes to photography, black lights, fluorescent dyes and even tanning beds. But did you know they can also be used to purify the air?
These lights can be installed into the ductwork of your central air system. The UV-C lights scrub the air as it passes by to reduce germs and odors. This process is extremely effective at whole-house air purification.
UV Air Purifier vs. Conventional Filtration
There are 3 types of contaminates that need to be filtered out of the air in your home:
First, particulates, such as dust, make up 35% of contaminates.
Next, mold and germs make up 34% of air contaminants.
Finally, 31% of contaminants are volatile organic compounds (VOC’s).
Conventional filtration works to eliminate particulates from the air. However, it has no effect on mold, germs and (VOCs).
Ultraviolet-C rays are proven to safely reduce VOCs and biological contaminants inside your home or office. Mold spores? Pet odors? Viruses? Eliminate them all with a UV-C whole-house filtration system.
With many air purification methods on the market it can be tough to know what to choose. SMART technicians recommend APCO.
APCO has won numerous prestigious awards for its innovative technology as well as its dependability. Homeowners can trust APCO to clean and detoxify the air that flows throughout their home.
APCO technology uses a combination of UV-C light and activated carbon technology to achieve unparalleled germ and odor reduction.