Memphis Germicidal Light Air Cleaners
Ultraviolet light has just the right amount of energy to break down organic molecular bonds. As micro-organisms pass by or through the UV rays which are emitted from the ultraviolet lamp, this bond breakage translates into cellular or genetic damage for micro-organisms, such as germs, viruses, bacteria, fungi (like molds), etc. This leads to the destruction of the micro-organisms.
Memphis Germicidal Ultraviolet Light Benefits: UV Light Air Purifier Facts & Studies The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommends the use of ultraviolet light.
The U.S. government specifies that UV germicidal lights should be used in all handling units to improve indoor air quality in government buildings, by controlling airborne and surface microbial growth.
Our Memphis Germicidal Light Services
- Air Purifier
- Ultraviolet Light
- Germicidal Lights
- UV Lamps
- Ultraviolet Lamps
- UV Lights
- Indoor Air Purifying
- Germicidal UV Lights
- Air Cleaner
- Media Air Cleaners
- UV Lights Purification
- Electronic UV Germicidal Lamp
Why Memphis Should Hire Us For Germicidal Lights
We are committed to providing the highest quality HVAC products along with the best customer support possible. We stick by you making sure the job is done correctly and safely.
We do this by hiring only the best skilled Memphis HVAC and home performance contractors as well as partnering with the top quality manufacturers and engineers in the industry.
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