Ultra-Violet Light (UV-C) for Residential A/C systems

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US $ 20 / pc

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20 pc

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Product Description

 The EPA says indoor air quality maybe 5 times more polluted than outdoor air and even greater in high traffic areas. This unit is an ideal choice to destroy airborne virus and bacteria moving through your home or business's air conditioner system, and the destroying of spore growth (mold) growing on coils and in drain pans which greatly improves the operating efficiency of the A/C and reduces yearly operating cost.

This hospital grade UV-C (254 nm) system helps the immune compromised person and healthy person. Research studies show a 60% reduction of illness from airborne virus, bacteria, molds and neutralizes Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC's) caused by air cooling or heating systems. Ventilation systems are a superhighway for airborne pathogens to mix and contaminate the air throughout any building. Our germicidal UV system helps stop the growth of infectious airborne microbes before they cause sickness, disease and infection. Produce's no ozone.

Who can benefit from these features:
  • Young
  • Elderly
  • Neutropenic effects of Chemotherapy/Radiation
  • COPD
  • Chronic Bronchitis
  • Asthma
  • Allergies
  • Tuberculosis
  • Some Sleeping Disorders
Animal Husbandry
Business Offices
Burn Centers
Cancer Center
Clean Rooms
Dairy Plants
Doctor and Dental Office
Food Manufacturing
HIV / AIDS Clinics
Homeless Shelters
Meat Processing Plants
Nursing Homes
Pharmaceutical Labs
Operating Rooms
TB Clinics
Retirement Homes
Veterinary Clinics
  • Each unit is constructed for easy installation into the side of a standard air duct with minimum air velocity drop
  • External mounting for air handler or duct
  • Inspection port and safety interlock switch
  • UV Light Hazard. 
  • Harmful to bare skin and eyes.
  • Can cause temporary or permanent loss of vision.
  • Never look at bulbs while illuminated.
  • View illumination only through light indicator located 
  • on lamp handle. 
  • To prevent exposure to ultraviolet light, disconnect 
  • power to Ultraviolet System before servicing any part 
  • of heating and air conditioning system.
  • Do not mount device in location that allows ultraviolet 
  • light to be seen after installation.
  • Do not attempt to bypass duct mount switch.
  • Do not attempt to open housing; unit is sealed to 
  • prevent ultraviolet light exposure.
  • Personal Injury Hazard.
  • Power supply can cause electrical shock.
  • Disconnect power supply before cleaning or replacing 
  • ultraviolet bulb(s).
  • Do not open base unit or lamp handle; there are no 
  • user-serviceable components inside.
  • Breakable Glass Hazard.
  • Can cause personal injury.
  • Be careful when inserting bulb(s) into lamp base.
  • Wear protective gloves when handling bulb(s).
  • UV Lamp Burn Hazard.
  • Harmful to bare skin.
  • Can cause severe burns.
  • Disconnect power 15 minutes before removing the 
  • ultraviolet bulb(s).
  • This device contains mercury in the sealed ultraviolet 
  • bulb(s). Do not place your used bulb(s) in the trash. 
  • Dispose of properly. 
  • Broken Bulb Cleanup.
  • Do not use a household vacuum. 
  • Sweep debris (phosphor/glass) into a plastic bag and 
  • dispose of properly.
  • Contact your local waste management authority for 
  • instructions regarding recycling and the proper 
  • disposal of old bulb(s).
  • Equipment Damage Hazard. 
  • Ultraviolet light can cause color shift or structural 
  • degradation of plastic HVAC materials.
  • Select mounting location that prevents exposure to 
  • plastic components with unknown resistance to 
  • ultraviolet light. Three-feet minimum is recommended 
  • between ultraviolet lamp and plastic-fabricated 
  • devices (such as wires and non-fiberglass media 
  • filters).
  • NOTE: Most drain pans and humidifiers are UV-C resistant. 
  • Consult Honeywell’s UV exposure white paper, Form 
  • No. 50-8788.
  • Sharp Edges Hazard.
  • Can cause personal injury.
  • Be careful when inserting ultraviolet device into the 
  • sheet metal cutout.
  • Wear protective gloves when working
  • When Installing this Product…
  • 1. Read these instructions carefully. Failure to follow them 
  • could damage the product or cause a hazardous 
  • condition.
  • 2. After installation is complete, check out product operation as provided in these instructions.
  • Selecting Mounting Location
  • Depending on installation location, the UV System can 
  • operate as an Air Treatment System or as a Surface 
  • Treatment System.
  • 1. The UV System can be mounted in any orientation.
  • 2. Choose a location that is readily accessible for regular 
  • inspection and cleaning.
  • 3. The UV Air Treatment System requires an easily-accessible, flat mounting surface on the metal return air duct 
  • of the HVAC system. The UV Surface Treatment System requires an easily-accessible, flat mounting surface 
  • on the metal supply air duct of the HVAC system. The 
  • UV Surface Treatment System must be located so the 
  • lamp surrounds the evaporator coil and drip pan with 
  • ultraviolet light.
  • 4. The duct mounting location must be a minimum of 8 in. 
  • wide. See Fig. 3.
  • 5. The depth of the duct must accommodate the full length 
  • of the ultraviolet bulb as shown in Fig. 3.
  • 6. The unit should be located as far away as possible from 
  • any rubber or plastic components, such as isolators, in 
  • the duct.
  • If mounting options are limited, protect plastic or rubber materials listed in CAUTION with ultravioletresistant material such as aluminum foil duct tape.
  • 7. The space adjacent to the mounting location must be 
  • large enough to allow for ultraviolet bulb installation and 
  • removal.
  • 8. A 120V electrical outlet must be within range of the unit 
  • to plug in the power cord.

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