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UVC Light for Coils

UVC Light for coils is designed to save energy and maintenance costs associated with commercial HVAC Systems. Mold (biofilm) on coils of only 0.002 can reduce efficiency by 37%. Ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UVGI) is the most cost-effective and practical solution. Our tubular rack system offers ease and flexible installation. It includes an advanced multi-voltage water-resistant power supply. The system also improves indoor air quality by sterilizing airborne bacteria, viruses and allergens.

This Is Cost Effective Solution For

  • Healthcare/Hospitals 
  • Schools/Universities 
  • Commercial Office Buildings 
  • Hospitality & Public Use Facilities 

System Benefits

  • 99.9% surface disinfection 
  • Sterilizes mold, bacteria, and viruses 
  • Disinfects coil & drain pan 
  • Improves HVAC efficiency 
  • Improves indoor air quality 
  • Reduces odor 

Germicidal lights are simple, effective ways to curb bacterial and viral growths. These specialized lamps produce an ultraviolet (UV) light that disrupts growth and deactivates existing growths, aiding in the disinfection of surfaces, water and more. Using one in your facility can help improve everything from air quality to the health and well-being of you and your occupants. By treating the air circulating in your heating and cooling system, UVC germicidal lamps can kill mold and destroy airborne viruses and bacteria that, ultimately, lead to colds, flus and other illnesses. This can keep you and your family or staff healthy. Many experts recommend adding in an air purifier to filter even more germs and bacteria from your indoor air.


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, Steril-Aire devices do 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 Steril-Aire 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

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