There are a number of ways to clean out contaminating particles that circulate through your home’s HVAC system and through the air in the living space. Mechanical air filters do an excellent job stopping the movement of large debris like dust, dander, and pollen. Electronic air cleaners use ionization to remove smaller pollutants, but these air quality systems can do little good against the dangerous microbes and bacteria that can enter a home’s air.
To combat organic pollutants, one of the best options is a UV air purifier, which uses the power of UV germicidal lights to destroy viruses, bacteria, mold spores, and harmful microorganisms—all without using chemicals. If you think that organic pollutants are creating an unhealthy environment in your home in Ft. Worth, call Cool Tech Mechanical and speak to our air purification specialists. They can help set up a germicidal UV light in your HVAC system that will safely take care of the problem. You can also turn to our specialists for repairs for your UV air purifier when necessary.
The indoor air quality professionals at Cool Tech Mechanical offer UV air purifier services in Ft. Worth, TX and the surrounding areas.
How UV Air Purifiers Work
The basic principle behind a UV air purifier is the power of ultraviolet radiation to destroy organic material. The wavelengths of UV radiation disrupt the cellular functions of the cells of bacteria and microbes, destroying them and also preventing them from spreading. UV germicidal lights were originally used in medicine to treat conditions such as tuberculosis, and later they were installed into the HVAC systems of hospitals and health care facilities to sanitize the air and prevent the spread of illness through the ventilation system. Now you can have this same sanitizing power in your home: UV lights will destroy germs, viruses, mold spores, bacteria, and more. As a supplement to other air filters and cleaners, they can work to keep your air as clean as possible.
Although ultraviolet radiation can also be harmful to human tissue, the lights used in home HVAC systems provide almost no danger at all, especially if they receive professional installation. And because UV air purifiers don’t use any chemicals to kill organic pollutants, you won’t have to worry about another type of pollutant entering your home.
Contact Us for UV Air Purifier Installation and Service
The placement of UV air purifiers is very important for them to work well: you cannot do this job as a DIY project, but must call experienced professionals to perform it. The professionals will first check on the pollutants in your HVAC system and decide what type of UV purifier, or combination of purifiers and filters, will give you the cleanest air possible. They will then set up a system that will do the job you need.
Cool Tech Mechanical handles all services necessary for UV germicidal lights to keep doing their job. Once you have your UV purifier installed, remember to contact us for routine maintenance, as well as to take care of any repair issues that may crop up. We are here to see that you have the finest indoor air quality possible in your Ft. Worth, TX home.