UV Light Systems

UV Light Options for your HVAC System
There are two types of UV lights made for sanitizing your HVAC system. They have various names including purifying lights, germicidal lights, sanitizing lights, and sterilization lights.

Coil Sanitizing Lights:
If you have central air conditioning, then your system has an indoor coil. Did you know it is a prime location for the development of mold and bacteria?

The coil is used to condense moisture from the air to dehumidify your home during AC cycles. As air passes over the coil, dirt, pet dander, and other debris stick to its wet surface. The combination creates an ideal setting for the growth of mold/bacteria that can be spread through your home in the passing air.

Coil UV lights are the most common HVAC sterilizing lights. Single-lamp and dual-lamp models are available options. Coil sterilization lights are installed where they can shine directly onto the surface of the coil and are left on continuously.

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Air Sanitizing Lights:
These types of HVAC germicidal lights are installed in the ductwork, bringing return air to the system - their purpose is to kill airborne germs and mold. Stick-like and U-shaped lamps are used by various manufacturers.

Some air germicidal HVAC lights are coordinated with the blower motor to turn on and off as it does. These must be hardwired with the system, so installation cost is on the high end of the spectrum.

Carson's Cooling stocks and installs the industry's leading UV disinfection kits for any HVAC system.

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