In areas with a lot of germs, like doctors offices and hospitals, or even your home, it’s important to destroy the bacteria, viruses and other pathogens before they spread and cause disease. One way to do this is by installing UV light sanitizers. To add germicidal lamps to your San Francisco building, call Magic Plumbing. We provide upfront pricing and promise to get the job done right!
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What Is a UV Light Sanitizer?
When germs, bacteria and viruses infiltrate an area, you need an added boost to remove them from an area before they multiply and spread disease. One way to do this is to install UV light sanitizers in a property that sees a lot of illnesses, like a doctor’s office, clinic, hospital or even a home or office building. These lights have the ability to kill up to 99.9% of germs by penetrating the thin wall of a microscopic organism and destroy their nucleic acids. This affects its DNA structure and kills it or makes it unable to reproduce, therefore stopping the spread of the disease.
Benefits of Germicidal Lamps
More than ever, it’s important to keep your home or building free of germs, bacteria and viruses. Installing UV light sanitizers can help eliminate these threats and stop the spread of disease. Some benefits can include:
- Less Germs and Bacteria: These lights can kill bacteria in the air to improve the overall air quality in the property.
- Disinfect the Air: Makes the air cleaner, sanitizes surfaces and eliminates pollutants.
- Reduce Utility Bills: These systems clean the air, keeping your HVAC unit from overworking. This uses less energy, lowering your utility bills.
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How UV Light Sanitizers Clean the Air
UV light sanitizers are effective in cleaning the air in your home or building. These can be installed in the ducts of your heating, ventilating and air conditioning systems. The germicidal lamps can destroy airborne particles containing microorganisms as the air flows through the ducts.
These systems can also direct UV light at the cooling coils and drain pans in an AC unit. This can help eliminate mold and bacteria on the wet surfaces.