UV Germicidal Lamps Services

Our IAQ systems focus on two of the best systems on the market with the least amount of maintenance and the maximum amount of lifespan. They feature LED bulbs that give us a Guaranteed lifespan of 5 years.

We offer one system that is in the affordable option and one that is in the premium air cleaning category. They both have overlapping features and some clients choose to have both systems.

Our five-star reviews from happy customers show that we deliver affordable and reliable AC IAQ Services throughout Broward County.

Helps the Following IAQ Issues

  • Kills harmful bacteria in your HVAC system
  • Prevents Microbial Growth from forming on the coil
  • Stops odors like dirty sock smell
  • Helps prevent drain lines from clogging
  • Reduces harmful bio-film in the HVAC system

Third-Party Tested to Kill Pathogens

  • Kills 99.9% of SARS-CoV-2
  • Kills 99.9% of Mold
  • Kills 99.9% of E. coli

Halo REME-LED Whole Home Air Purification System

We advocate for whole-home indoor air quality solutions as part of our IAQ process. The Halo LED system does several things similar to the Scorpion system but it goes far above and beyond the other system.

This system proactively treats every cubic inch of air-conditioned space and reduces airborne and surface microbial, bacteria, viruses, mold, smoke, and VOCs.

The Halo LED system leverages bi-polar ionization and also reduces airborne allergens, dust, and particulates in the home. This is our most advanced system and it comes with up to a 5 year lifespan on the light before it needs to be replaced.

These long-life units help keep your home’s indoor air quality where you want it to be for your family each day. These units require quick maintenance every six months to clean the ceramic ion plates. That service is included in our maintenance program. We are happy to teach you how to service it as well.

REME Cell Technology

  • Automatic Self Cleaning bi-polar ionizers
  • Mercury-free and Verified Zero Ozone
  • Hydrophilic Zinc enhanced ceramic catalyst

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Whats the difference and can I use both?

Both systems use LED UVC light to reduce harmful microbial life in the air as it is treated. However, based on the location and the individual systems installed they have a few other perks that perform different services for you.

The UV-C LED Scorpion light gets mounted to the underside of the HVAC unit as pictured on the right. This light helps keep the coils clean and reduces the buildup of gunk in the drain system. We call this Coil Sterilization. It should help reduce and prevent clogs in a maintained system and that will help prevent leaks and overflows.

The HALO LED UVC Whole Home Air purification system resides above the blower fan and the light does not touch the coils. It specifically treats air as it comes out of the blower into your home. We call this Air Sterilization. This also has a ceramic plate that creates airborne Gaseous Hydrogen Peroxide that binds to particulate and helps keep your home air cleaner.

Both systems last 5 years and they are fantastic to have just one as it does so much for you. Depending on budget constraints, and personal needs we may recommend a specific unit for your home. We are here to help provide exactly what you want!

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Frequently Asked Questions

Got questions? We’ve got answers.

LED UV-C vs. Traditional UV-C Bulbs!

The LED UV-C lights are significantly more effective than standard UV-C lightbulbs in multiple categories.
1- They do not have mercury as the traditional bulbs do and that is hazardous to humans. LEDs do not contain any dangerous toxins.
2- LEDs have a much higher power output and leave a smaller carbon footprint.
3- LED UV-C bulbs last much longer than traditional bulbs. This gives you the longest life and saves money on costly annual replacements.

What is UV Radiation?

Within the light spectrum, ultraviolet light waves occupy the 0 nm to 400 nm range. The term nm stands for nanometers or billionths of a meter. This range is optically invisible to the human eye.

The 0 to 400 nm spectrum is divided into 4 levels, and they are defined as:

-UV-A (long-wave; 400 to 315 nm): the most abundant in sunlight, responsible for skin tanning and wrinkles.
-UV-B (medium-wave; 315 to 280 nm): primarily responsible for skin reddening and skin cancer.
-UV-C (short-wave; 280 to 200 nm): the most effective wavelengths for germicidal control.
-UV under 200 nm (vacuum UV; 0 to 200 nm): radiation below 200 nm can produce ozone (O3) in the air.

It is the UV-C section of the spectrum that has germicidal properties, with 260 nm being the ideal frequency level at which DNA absorbs the most UV light.

Are Viruses and Bacteria Within My HVAC System a Health Concern?

Yes, and this has been scientifically proven. Contamination in HVAC units is a widespread issue that shouldn’t be ignored. This contamination often contributes to building-related diseases, like viral or bacterial infections, allergic rhinitis, asthma, and hypersensitivity pneumonitis, according to the National Institute of Health.
Only certain UV lights can be used in air purification. Ultraviolet Germicidal light (UVGi) can help eliminate many types of bacteria and viruses. The UVGi light operates within the UV-C spectrum, which is the effective wavelength spectrum for germicidal efficiency.

Can UV Lights for HVAC really Increase the Air Quality in My Home?

Yes, if they are installed properly, and use the correct spectrum of UV light. It is up to the homeowner to ensure that conditions are right, and that installation is completed correctly by a qualified HVAC technician. A professional with experience in installing UVGi systems must keep a multitude of conditions in mind when installing a system2. The correct placement and direction of the proper number of UVGi lights have as much bearing on effectiveness as the temperature and humidity levels within the home.

What Types of HVAC UV Light Systems Are Available?

UV light installations for HVAC come in two types; coil sterilization and air sterilization. With this method, the UV-C light disinfects the air as it cycles through the supply ducts. With coil sterilization, UV-C lamps are installed to target sensitive and problem-prone components such as cooling coils, condensation pans, and filters. This allows the targeting of microbial growth in tougher-to-reach areas such as grooves, fins, seams, and edges.

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