UVC in HVAC

UVC – The Key to Green, Sustainable HVAC Solutions

The quality of indoor air depends on several factors, including bacteria, contaminants, and pollutants, and can affect one’s health. Bad air quality can reduce productivity and increase workplace absenteeism.

However, improving air quality is not the primary concern; instead, it is the reason that causes the issue. HVAC systems in any office are primarily responsible for ventilating the air and provide a fresh atmosphere to breathe. The buildup of molds, grime, and pathogens in this system can also have a significant impact on air quality.

The coils in an HVAC system do more than merely conditioning the air in your home or workplace. They are among the top place to serve as a breeding ground for bacteria, mold, and viruses. Additionally, with half of the energy consumed by a building HVAC system, and with energy costs rising, businesses are looking for ways to reduce expenses and decrease their carbon footprint.

As a solution, we at The Sterilize Guy use the proven potential of germicidal Ultraviolet-C (UVC) to remove these pathogens effectively, clean the drain pans, coils, and ductwork, extending the life of your HVAC equipment and providing a healthier environment in which to live.

A cleaner and efficient HVAC system reduces overhead and conserves natural resources by reducing energy and water consumption. Our sanitization process also reduces energy consumption used by the chiller and fan by continuously cleaning the system’s part, including coils and drain pan.

  • Less cleaning required for of coils and ducts
  • Improved Indoor air quality
  • Extended life of the HVAC system
  • Energy savings up to 15% per year

*The UVC emitters does not produce any ozone or secondary contaminants.

Protection against Biofilms

The coils in your HVAC system do more than merely conditioning the air in your home or workplace. They serve as an ideal breeding ground for biofilms. In hospitals, laboratories, schools, and government facilities, the development of biofilms reduces HVAC efficiency and decreases their lifespan. From reducing energy consumption and costs to optimizing productivity, our UVC solutions pay measurable dividends to your health.

Get your spaces Disinfect today and get rid of the following biofilms disadvantages

  • Biofilms make HVAC units work harder, increasing energy costs
  • The Indoor air quality (IAQ) is decreased as mold, bacteria and other contaminants spread through your HVAC system
  • Biofilms lead to the production of unpleasant odors associated with bacterial growth

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