The coronavirus, which recently broke out in Wuhan has spread worldwide causing many people to died from this virus world wide. This brings us to an even bigger question:
What Can You Do To Protect Your Patients in the Clinic or Medical Office?
Coronaviruses were first identified way back in the 1960’s. They get their name from their crown-like shape. A coronavirus can infect humans and this virulent virus causes an infection in your nose, your sinuses, and your upper throat.
Most coronaviruses are not dangerous. COVIO-19 is very serious, though. When the corona virus is so virulent that the growth of the virus is faster than the production of antibodies by the body, it is not possible for the body’s immune system to fight back.
The recent strain of corona virus attacks a person’s lower respiratory system causing pneumonia. 858 people have died from
Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS) which is a kind of corona virus.
What is the Answer Going To Be?
We’ve got you covered. One of our team members will install your UV-C light at your home in less than 2 hours.
UV-C Lights Can Help Eliminate the Corona Virus
UV-C lights for HVAC applications fall into 2 categories. The first is there are UV lights designed to disinfect the evaporator coil and drain pan inside the air handler.
The second, more important category is an in-duct air stream of UV-C lights. These super effective units are designed to disinfect the outgoing air as it passes through the light field in the air ducts.
This UV-C lighting system turns your HVAC system into a giant air purifier and results in clean, germ and virus-free air.
How Does This Disinfecting UV-C Light Work?
This unit is so effective it only it purifies all the air inside your duct-work. It literally turns your HVAC system into a giant air purifier and has been proven to work against the coronavirus.
The UV bulbs irradiate the air as it passes by them. What happens then is it “kills” the airborne viruses and bacteria before you breath it in. These units are mounted for optimum pass-by air decontamination.
They have been proven to work against the coronavirus. They are used in air handling systems in commercial, hospitals, health care and institutional buildings.
We have the flexibility to accommodate any system, in any home or business. This system is so effective it even eliminates moisture contamination.