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Purifier Central Air Conditioner With Photon Hydroxylation
TiO2 Photon Hydroxylation
Photocatalysis Lamp Life:
Natural bacteria killed rate:
Button Control+Wind Control
2000 Set/Sets per Month
Packaging & Delivery
wooden case or carton or required.
1 - 10
To be negotiated
While nano photocatalyic UV lights are effective and work particularly well at killing organic growths, such as mold and bacteria; they have no effect on dust, pet dander or other allergens, and can only work in a specific range. It is for this reason that most residential HVAC UV lights are installed near the coils to prevent this mold or bacteria growth since all of the air passes through there when traveling throughout your system. 1. Coil Sterilization – The most common type of HVAC UV light, in part because it runs 24 hours a day and 7 days a week to ensure effective sterilization. This is a “stick-type” light that is installed inside of the return air duct. Its main job is to sterilize the air handler coil which is where mold and bacterial growth issues are most likely to arise. In this type of sterilization, you are treating the origin of the problem as opposed to its symptoms. This is because the coil and drain pan tend to harbor contaminants. If you replace the bulb during your annual HVAC service, you won’t have to worry about any additional maintenance. 2. Air Sterilization – This method uses a UV light unit that is installed in the return air duct and is designed to cycle on with the air handler blower. A complete UV light unit will sterilize the moving air itself as it is pushed through the HVAC system. This will effectively treat air that is contaminated by any number of sources.