Air Filtration Systems
Surprisingly, air pollution may actually be five times higher indoors than outdoors. Therefore, clean air is essential to good health. A home air purifier will greatly improve the air quality of your home, in return providing many health benefits to your family.
Today’s homes are very energy-efficient. To maintain comfortable indoor temperatures, home builders utilize tight framing systems, improved insulation, and air-tight windows and doors. However, in addition to keeping the weather outdoors, they also trap contaminants inside. The EPA estimates that people spend as much as 90% of their time indoors. This leaves us breathing air which rivals that of city smog in quality.
Watch the video to learn about the UVC Max36 Air Purifying System.
Breathe Easier with Air Filtration Systems from Dan’s
To combat airborne contaminants, you should strive to maintain a clean home that has adequate ventilation. However, even the cleanest homes are filled with unseen pollutants. Some pollutants may include pollen, mold, dander, dead skin, dust mites, and smoke. All of these can cause serious health issues for the people who inhale them on a daily basis. Additionally, people suffering from allergies and asthma are especially affected. But, they usually find their conditions greatly improved with the installation of air filtration systems in their homes.
Benefits of a Home Air Purifier:
- Help reduce seasonal allergies and asthma symptoms
- Reduce the spread of illness
- Remove smoke from wood stoves or cigarettes
- Get rid of unpleasant odors
- Trap pet dander
Media Air Filters & Electronic Air Filters
An air filter added to your heating system will act as a home filtration system, which will help reduce the number of contaminants in your home. There are currently two basic types of air filters that can remove particles from the air — media air filters and electrostatic air filters.
First, media air filters are typically made of fiberglass and create a physical barrier that captures the offending particles. Extended media filters contain filtration media which form a thick pile of accordion pleats for better trapping of contaminants. And second, electrostatic filters utilize electrostatic attraction to trap charged particles. Above all, these filters are estimated to be about 30 times more efficient than regular fiberglass filters.
UVC Home Air Purifier
Dan’s Drain & Duct Cleaning can install a UVC sanitizing system in your home. This air filtration system utilizes ultraviolet light, which is part of the electromagnetic spectrum. A UVC home air purifier will filter inside air, ultimately killing mold, viruses, and airborne bacteria as the system cycles air continually through ultraviolet light. Most importantly, this provides your home with sanitized air, reduced energy costs, and maintenance costs. For example, hospitals use UV air filters in tuberculosis wards specifically for these benefits.
Dan’s Drain & Duct Cleaning installs and services UVC systems in the Sioux Falls, SD region. If you would like to discuss adding an air purifier to your home or have any questions about the quality of the air you are currently breathing, contact us today for more information.
UVC Max36 Air Purifying System
This high-efficiency air purifier uses a UV-C (germicidal, 253 nanometers) lamp to destroy chemical and biological contaminants. It also includes chemical odors. It can be used in any kind of building, such as homes, commercial spaces, offices, schools, hospitals, etc.
THE UVC Max36 Air Purifying System is safe and effective in helping eliminate airborne allergens, bacteria, viruses, mold, fungi, and more. Additionally, it reduces odors by treating the air/furnace with UV sterilization all day.
- 16″ Dual Bulb – Double the output of the typical single lamp
- Metal plate for installing on ductboard
- Includes 1 UVC 36 watt dual bulb, 36 Watt, high output
- Allergy/Asthma relief
- Pennies a day to operate
- Low cost
- Produces no ozone
- 1-year warranty
- 12,000 hours bulb life
- Replacement bulbs available
- 120 volts, with a power cord
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