Is Ultraviolet Home Air Sanitizer Worth to Buy?

» Posted by on Sep 30, 2020 in HVAC Services | 0 comments

Today, the world is facing a very difficult situation. Covid-19 cases arise very fast and all over the world are affected. Viruses transmit human to human, and it depends on the situation and location, the virus can stay in the air for some time. Studies also have shown that the virus and bacteria can stay in your clothes, things, and skin. You don’t want to go home and carry the virus, right? But who knows? You already have the virus, but you cannot see it with your naked eye. Not only Covid-19 virus is terrifying, even common colds, flu, etc. can be brought your family into a more serious health problem. Dust and dirt can be a cause of allergies, skin rashes, and respiratory problems.

Today, the world is facing a very difficult situation. Covid-19 cases arise very fast and all over the world are affected. Viruses transmit human to human, and it depends on the situation and location, the virus can stay in the air for some time. Studies also have shown that the virus and bacteria can stay in your clothes, things, and skin. You don’t want to go home and carry the virus, right? But who knows? You already have the virus, but you cannot see it with your naked eye. Not only Covid-19 virus is terrifying, even common colds, flu, etc. can be brought your family into a more serious health problem. Dust and dirt can be a cause of allergies, skin rashes, and respiratory problems.

How does ultraviolet home air sanitizer work for you? It is a good investment to add to your Heating, ventilating, and air system? Is it worth it?

Ultraviolet home air sanitizer uses Ultraviolet light to help break up viruses, germs, and bacteria’s build-up. It has the same goal with an air purifier, to improve air quality and to eliminate the pathogens and microorganisms in the air. Ultraviolet or UV radiation should not be used in your hands, eyes, and skin as it may cause you irritation and can cause damage in your eyes. HVAC Port Charlotte installs Ultraviolet Home Air Sanitizer that is safe for you and your family, they will install an Ultraviolet light to your Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning systems and making sure that all the air that passed through your system will be sterilized and it to reduce airborne microorganisms. As the study shows, people tend to stay longer time indoor than outdoor, especially at these times, respective governments imposes lockdowns to help prevent the contamination of the Covid-19 Virus, most of us stay at our houses for our safety, unless you are an essential worker or front liner that needs to go outside for work and help support our country and family to earn for a living and our duty. According to the Environmental Agency, the air is more polluted inside your home than outside air, especially houses with no proper ventilation and do not allow to have air exchange.

What is the science behind Ultraviolet Light?

Ultraviolet is a form of electromagnetic radiation with a wavelength from 10nm to 400nm with a frequency of approximately 30PHz and 750THz, respectively, it is shorter than that of visible light and longer than x-rays. Short-wave ultraviolet light damages the DNA and its RNA and sterilizes surfaces with which it comes into contact. That is why it is not good as mentioned above to have Ultraviolet light sanitize our skin directly as it may irritate it and may cause skin cancer.

As Covid-19 cases are increasing around the globe, lucky are those who have given the privilege to stay at home. Keep your loved one and your family safe during these trying times, and this too shall pass. Whenever you have concerns with your HVAC System, you have Dale’s air conditioning and Heating at your service! Give them a call and they are more than happy to help you with concern, and they are practicing healthy protocols when coming at your houses for repair or maintenance!

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