The Hornet™ ultraviolet lamp emits shortwave or germicidal ‘C’-type wavelengths to destroy microorganisms that impede heating and cooling system efficiency.
Santa Clarita, CA (PRWEB) August 04, 2015
A new ultraviolet lamp fixture from UV Resources will provide cleaner, healthier air when placed in most any residential heating and cooling system.
The Hornet™ ultraviolet lamp emits shortwave or germicidal ‘C’-type wavelengths to destroy microorganisms that impede heating and cooling system efficiency. Eliminating these microorganisms can reduce allergies, improve poor indoor air quality, cut down on airborne-transmitted disease and increase air flow. Improved airflow also allows forced-air furnaces and central air conditioners to operate more efficiently, thereby saving utility costs.
Ideal for home use, the Hornet’s low 24 volt operation is specifically designed to be exceptionally safe, easy to install and simple to use. The Hornet easily installs on the outside of the central air conditioning (HVAC) system in less than an hour.
The Hornet comes complete with everything required for quick and straightforward installation, including the ballast and lamp, installation template, mounting ring, soft duct mounting plate, hole saw and wall plug adapter that converts 120V to 24V power.
“Indoor air quality is a concern for most homeowners, whether it is the spread of viruses or the musty smell coming from their central HVAC system,” explains Dan Jones, President of UV Resources, based in Santa Clarita, Calif. “UV-C can provide a healthier environment by killing the pathogens that cause sickness and odors.”
According to Jones, UV-C has been utilized for disinfection and medical sanitation since as early as the 1900s. Today, UV-C offers the benefits of reduced allergies, colds and flu in the home, better air conditioning efficiency, system mold reduction, lower microbial counts and thus a noticeable odor reduction.
For more information, call 877-884-4822; or visit http://www.uvresources.com/products/by-application/residential