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Fresh-Aire UV® completed the first phase of third-party testing of their HVAC ultraviolet disinfection systems and the results are phenomenal. Researchers found that Fresh-Aire UV ADS™, Blue-Tube XL™, and APCO-X™ effectively inactivated 99.99% of SARS-COV-2 with 0-2 seconds. SARS-COV-2 is the virus that causes COVID-19 disease. The virus is spread through droplets in the air and has the potential to cycle through air systems.

SARS-COV-2 is not the only virus spread through the air either. Fresh-Aire UV has manufactured germicidal UV systems for 20-years. While indoor air quality is a relatively new conversation for a lot of homeowners, it’s a conversation the HVAC community has had for decades.

Fresh-Aire UV ADS™

Fresh-Aire UV Air Disinfection System (ADS) inactivates dangerous pathogens such as viruses, bacteria, and mold. By sterilizing airborne pathogens within your HVAC system, you’re improving indoor air quality. Effective, chemical-free air disinfection.

This is an excellent choice for residential homeowners. All parts (excluding lamps) have a lifetime manufacturer warranty.

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Commecrial Indoor Air Quality

Fresh-Aire UV’s Blue-Tub XL™ is designed to sterilize airborne pathogens. It also saves energy and maintenance costs associated with commercial HVAC. The flexible and easy to install system keeps overall costs down while improving the air quality at your establishment. It inactivates mold, bacteria, and viruses.

If you are looking to improve the air quality at your business, contact us today for a free estimate.

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APCO-X™

The most advanced whole-home air treatment system, Fresh-Aire UV™ is an excellent option for homeowners. For people who want to take their indoor air quality goals further, try the APCO-X Dual for an additional UV-C light for additional coil disinfection.

Filters Alone Won’t Cut It

Your HVAC filters help reduce particulate matter in your home. While they play a vital role in indoor air quality, they’re not enough. You don’t want mold, bacteria, and viruses going back into your home. Ultraviolet technology is one of the most cost-effective solutions to improve the air quality in your home.