How You Can Get Cleaner Air in Your Home and Office Space

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We understand the value of maintaining clean air in your home for you and your loved ones. But the important question is – Will your HVAC system protect you from viruses, pathogens, and other undesired particles?

In this year alone, COVID-19 has affected hundreds of thousands of Americans. The CDC reports that viruses like Sars-CoV-2, viruses that cause COVID, can spread through the air in large droplets and through smaller droplets that can stay in the air for hours. Even though we are given guidelines from the CDC to practice social distancing, wash our hands, and to wear masks to protect ourselves from others – It is still a possibility that these smaller airborne particles that carry the viruses, can negatively impact the air in your living space. Medical experts recommend that you take precautions in protecting the air space in your home.

Your HVAC system recirculates air several times a day which means that you will breathe in air that could potentially hold these small particles that may carry these harmful viruses. A perfect solution to this would be to install a SolaceAir Sterile Sweep UVC System to disinfect the air in your home 24 hours a day. No more breathing in air that is not purified and is full of harmful air pollutants. The SolaceAir System naturally cleans the air without worrying about any gases, sprays, or chemicals.

There have been decades of independent lab studies that have shown that UVC energy is will inactivate surface and airborne illnesses such as SARS, MERS, coronaviruses, and now Sars-CoV-2. The SolaceAir Sterile Sweep UVC System is 330% times more powerful than the regular residential UVC lights. This system will also stop any bacteria and viruses when it passes it in the HVAC ductwork. According to the American Journal of Infection Control, it takes 1,048 microwatts to stop the Sars-CoV-2 virus. The SolaceAir Sterile Sweep System produces 1,500 – 5,500 microwatts from 13 inches to 1 inch away from the lamp, making the “inactive zone” for bacteria, viruses, and pathogens far larger than most residential UVC systems.

Want to find out how you can protect the airspace in your home? Contact us to get protection from harmful air pollutants today.

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