In September 2019, Sherwood Mechanical shared a blog titled Do You Have Clean Air in Your Home. In it, we talk about the invisible mix of bacteria, viruses, pollen, mold, household cleaning solutions, plus other indoor pollutants that are typically found in our homes.
Our blog also covers a number of ways to defend against these indoor air pollutants, including having a qualified technician install a UV light treatment in your furnace ductwork, which effectively cleans your indoor air of both visible and invisible air impurities.
An air purifier that is highly effective in cleaning the air in your home is the Sanuvox® UV Air Purifier. This UV air purification system can “destroy airborne viruses, including the Coronavirus”. But as Sanuvox® also states, no air purifier can disinfect surfaces such as door handles and light switches, where the virus often lives for hours and even days.
What is Ultraviolet (UV) Light?
Ultraviolet light (UV) is invisible to the human eye. Most people connect UV light to the sun. The sun’s UV light is primarily absorbed by the Earth’s ozone layer.
Other facilities also use Sanuvox® UV Air Purifier products: click here
More Information on How to Prevent the Spread…
Alberta Health Services shares, the most effective way to protect ourselves against COVID-19: good hygiene, including frequent hand washing, social distancing, plus other measures.
In the meantime, stay healthy, stay safe, stay positive!