Ultraviolet Lights (UV) or UVC
The use of Ultraviolet Lights improve indoor air quality (IAQ) by killing surface and airborne microorganisms and can prevent the spread of infectious diseases caused by bacteria. UVC is a type of ultraviolet (UV) energy in the 260-nanometer frequency. The "C" wavelength is the most germicidal in the UV spectrum. The "C" wavelength targets the DNA of microorganisms, causing cell death or making replication impossible. The UVC energy kills or inactivates microbes, eradicating surface and airborne mold, as well as viruses and bacteria.
UVC Lights are designed specifically for installation in HVACR equipment and can be installed on existing equipment.