Air Purifier Systems
What if we told you that the solution to sterilizing our indoors from bacteria, germs, and viruses, removing toxic chemicals, and oxidizing odors is to duplicate nature’s own outdoor way of doing this, only indoors? Ultraviolet (UVC) energy from the sun is used in nature to help cleanse outdoor air and to inhibit the growth of micro-organisms such as germs and bacteria. Ozone (UVV) is measured in trace amounts in our lower atmosphere of earth and is nature’s way of oxidizing toxic gases, breaking them down into harmless component molecules while removing their odors. Both Ultraviolet Energy and Ozone can be recreated by man through this same photochemical process by using high output ultraviolet lamps positioned inside your existing ductwork. Ultraviolet Germicidal lamps which reproduce and disperse UVC light have been used indoors for years now as a trusted air purifying method in hospitals, labs, schools, nursing homes, office buildings, and other commercial and residential environments worldwide. UVV lamps have been and are also currently used indoors for whole-house air disinfecting and odor control.
Our purifying systems are uniquely designed to do any and all of the following: dramatically reduce and control airborne toxic compounds such as mold, fungus, and tobacco smoke, along with infectious agents such as bacteria, influenza, hemolytic streptococci, etc. – reduce or eliminate mold, germs, viruses, bacteria, fungi and spores – and/or rid air of pet dander, pollen, tobacco smoke, mold, mildew, fungus, and dust mites, depending on the air purifier system that is right for you. From singular systems to integrated UVC and UVV systems, the quality of your indoor air will dramatically increase for you, your family and your co-workers/employees.
Ways to Track Air Pollution In Your Home
Potential Sources of Indoor Contaminates
- Do any household members smoke?
- Do any furry pets live indoors?
- Are insecticides or pesticides used indoors?
- How many cars are parked in an attached and enclosed garage?
- Are any of the following hobbies conducted indoors: woodworking, jewelry making, pottery, or metal building?
- Do you use pressurized aerosol canisters?
- Is part of your living area below ground?
- Is your home insulated with urea-formaldehyde or asbestos?
- Are heating vents corroded or rusted?
- Do burner flames on gas-heating or cooking appliances appear yellow instead of blue?
Noticeable Strength of Indoor Contaminates
- Are there unusual and noticeable odors?
- Is the humidity level unusually high or is moisture noticeable on windows or other surfaces?
- Does the air seem stale?
- Are there any of the following symptoms noticeable among residents: headaches, itchy or watery eyes, nose or throat inflection or dryness, dizziness, nausea, colds, or sinus problems? o Have you noticed an increase in lack of energy?
- Do you still feel tired after a normal night’s sleep?
- Do you have difficulty concentrating?
- Are you feeling mildly depressed for no apparent reason?
- Is there a noticeable lack of air movement?
- Have you insulated or weatherized your home?
- Is dust on furniture noticeable?
- Is dust or dirt staining walls, ceilings, furniture or draperies?
Higher Risk Household Members
- Are any family members less than 4 or more than 60 years old?
- Is anyone normally confined to the house for more than 12 hours per day?
- Does anyone suffer from asthma or bronchitis, allergies, heart problems or hypersensitivity pneumonitis?