Air Purification


The purpose of UV air purification is to increase energy and maintenance savings as well as improving indoor air quality. Energy is saved by improving air flow 8%-14% by keeping cooling coils in like-new condition.  With the increased air flow the annual energy savings ranges between $2,500 and $10,000.  UV disinfection eliminates quarterly cleaning costs, safer working environment, and extending HVAC equipment life typically 5 years.

The EPA ranks poor indoor air quality among the top 5 environmental risks to public health.
American Lung Association

Indoor air quality will be improved by inactivating the DNA of microorganisms with the use of artificial UVC energy.  The technology has a 100% elimination of airborne infectious diseases and can reduce employee sick days by up to 20%

  • Returns Air Handling Unit to its Original Rate of Efficiency
  • Reduce Maintenance Cost by Eliminating Coil Cleaning
  • Proven to Reduce Energy Costs
  • Eliminates Odors and Indoor Pathogens
  • Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) Reduction


  • Avg ROI 1 year
  • Increases SEER rating on air conditioning equipment, which lowers operating costs
  • Reduction of indoor air pollutants which reduce HVAC system capacity
  • Reduces State Healthcare Costs because of Reduced Contraction Rates
  • Increase Attendance Rates at Companies, Schools, and Healthcare Facilities
  Cost w/o UV kWh w/o UV Cost w/ UV kWh w/ UV Annual CO2 Tons Saved
Residential $1,800 15,544 $1,260 10,881 3.49
Commercial $67,600 497,409 $40,320 348,187 111.91



  • Targets Air Borne Pathogens
    • Viruses: Influenza A, H1N1, MRSA
    • Bacteria: Legionella, Tuberculosis,
    • Molds: Aspergillus Niger, Penicillium
  • Photochemical Destruction of DNA Makeup
  • Shutdown of Organism’s Processes