UV Air Purifier

UV filters are superior to traditional filters in some ways; traditional air filters rely on a constant flow of air to filter it out, therefore they are significantly less energy efficient. Furthermore, since UV air filters don’t use any actual filters, there’s no worry about accumulation of dirty particles on the filter, and therefore no risk of contaminating the air further if the filters isn’t changed after a while. UV air filters eliminate various micro-organisms in the air. Optimal performance is only attained when these air filters are used in unison with other types of air filters.

Recovers up to 85% of outgoing heat and 50% of outgoing humidity

Enhances your comfort and helps control wintertime condensation



What is the difference between UV Air Purifiers and air filtration?

Both products are effective at removing harmful elements from the air, but UV Air Purifiers focus on removing airborne germs, bacteria and mould while filtration focuses on removing harmful particulates that become airborne.

What maintenance does a UV Air Purifier require?

Your UV Air Purifier requires little maintenance. Simply replace the bulb once per year, or once every two years depending on the model.

What does the CDC say about UV Light Treatment?  

The CDC currently recommends UV lights to reduce transmission of tuberculosis in hospitals. Together the National Institute for Occupational Safety & Health (NIOSH), the Department of Health & Human Services (DHHS) and the CDC wrote a manual for effective UV light installation; recommending UVGI (Ultra Violet Germicidal Irradiation) light technology to kill or inactivate airborne TB bacteria.



Remember, your purifier wasn’t designed to last forever, but you can keep yours running smoothly for longer with proper maintenance and repairs as necessary. We carry a variety of ventilation products to meet your needs. Contact us for details.