Thursday, February 27, 2014

Sanitize the Air In Your Whole Home & Prevent Illness with UV Light Air Cleaners

One thing that is becoming more and more of a concern is the quality of our indoor air. And that’s because recent research has found that, for most houses, there’s a significant amount of dust mites, mold spores, bacteria, viruses and other live germs and pollutants floating around and these tend to contribute to sinus infections, colds, flu and more. And true, a good air purifier can do a lot to remove those pollutants from the air, but to really be safe, you want something that will also destroy these biological invaders, as well. To do that, you need a laboratory grade UV air purifier system mounted in the ducts of your air conditioner.
Now, that might sound like a lot, but it’s really a very simple and relatively inexpensive thing to install. All you need is a good 2 bulb unit installed in the output section of your air conditioner ducts—pretty much, cut a hole or two, insert the bulbs, tighten some screws and plug it in. With a germicidal whole house ultraviolet light air purification system running, any organisms that float past in the bulbs in the duct will be immediately destroyed, since UV light not only destroys their cell structure, but also the DNA so they can’t reproduce.
This way, if any of these pollutants do make it out of the duct work, they’re dead and at least you won’t be inhaling live organisms—which is what people are doing basically if they don’t have one of these UV systems. You see, small amounts of moisture released from the coil of an air conditioner cause mold, bacteria, dust, and fibers to stick to the inside walls of the duct work and that’s where they live and get released when air blows past. With a whole house UV air cleaner in place, the germs get destroyed so they can’t cause problems. Pretty smart.
You do want to make sure, however, that whatever UV light purification system you choose is made of quality steel components, solid state circuitry, has low power usage, and has true laboratory grade 36 watt bulbs. If lower wattage bulbs are used, the light won’t be strong or germicidal enough to kill all the mold and other organisms, which means that some of the live germs will be blowing out of the vents when the A/C turns on. And your air purifier will catch most of it, provided that it’s in the room with you and that it has a true HEPA filter. But why worry about it, when you can install one of these UV air purifiers and have all of the air in your whole house sanitized and disinfected.
This can make a big difference for those that struggle with COPD, sinus infections or other respiratory problems. Some people with severe or chronic allergies find a dramatic improvement in symptoms just 24-48 hours after installation. Regardless, installing a quality germicidal UV light air cleaner system in your house can go a long way toward making sure that you and your family stay well and avoid unnecessary colds, flu, and other infections.
Air Purifiers and offers only the best duct-mounted UV purifier systems, with solid steel construction, solid state electronics, super low energy usage, and true laboratory grade 36 watt bulbs for maximum air cleaning power. And since we are an online store with low overhead, that means cheap discount prices with free shipping for you, every day. If you have any questions about UV light air purification or anything indoor air quality related, just give our experts a call toll-free at 1-800-701-2513. We’re here to help!
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