UVC Light Disinfection for PTAC and Fan Coil Units
UVC Light disinfection in hospitality settings allows you to realize all the benefits of germicidal lighting in limited space applications such as PTACs and Fan Coil Units. UVC for PTAC installation features a low-profile lamp with a metal shield and mounting magnet providing optimum exposure in tight spaces. The benefits are numerous including reduction of bacteria, viruses, mold and odors in hospitality settings such as hotel rooms, apartments, condominiums, and senior housing facilities.
- Installs in tight spaces such as PTACs and Fan Coil Units
- Weather resistant remote mountable UV lamps with magnetic mounting shield
- 18-32 or 110-277 VAC power supply with flexible mounting options
- Kills airborne mold, bacteria, and viruses
- Provides a healthier indoor environment
- Kills mold, bacteria, and viruses where they lurk
- Reduces system maintenance
- Reduces odors
Is UVC lamp output important?
Output is critical because it determines the effectiveness of the designed solution. To effectively clean coils and eliminate biofilm, a UVC device should provide a minimum of 1,225 µW/cm2 of energy striking any point on the coil face of the HVAC on day one and a minimum of 750 µW/cm2 of energy striking any point on the coil face on day 365.
How do you know when to change the UVC Emitters?
For large or critical applications, change out should be performed after about 9,000 hours or 12 months.
Does it produce ozone?
No. This device does not produce ozone or other secondary contaminants.
How do you dispose of the used UVC Emitters?
Dispose of them as you would any fluorescent tubes, in compliance with your country, local or state codes.
What is the warranty?
The UVC Emitters are warranted for 1 year (9,000 hours).
Can UVC for HVAC contribute to LEED points?
The use of UVC may contribute to LEED points across multiple project types in one or more of the following areas: Energy and Atmosphere, Water Efficiency, Indoor Environmental Quality, Innovation & Design Process and Regional Priorities.