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Blue Tube UV Light
In 1903 a Nobel Prize In medicine was given to Niels Finsen for the use of ultraviolet lights in the treatment of tuberculosis. Over time we have adapted the UV light for many different applications. They use UV lights to sterilize water, sterilize hospital equipment, and even germ lamps in food establishments.
Does UV Light Work?
We have been installing Blue Tube UV lights in homes now for years. This is the original low-voltage UV light system. We have found the Blue Tube to be the most effective when it comes to killing bacteria in your air ducts. After the installation of a Blue Tube, you will start to notice a fresher air in your home.
Should I Buy A Blue Tube UV Light?
This light has an award-winning patent for being the original low voltage light kit for your HVAC system. The makers of the light are so confident in the light that it comes with a lifetime warranty. Your HVAC system is made up of coils. Mold loves to live in the cold, most inside of your air conditioner. The Blue Tube UV light has proven its effectiveness at killing mold and other contaminants. When you have mold built up on your coil, it can shorten the life of the system and reduce efficiency. It can also cause the spread of these contaminants in your home, causing allergies and health issues to those with sensitivities to mold.
UV Lights Improves Indoor Air Quality
Your air filter alone is not going to be enough to stop all the unhealthy particles from getting into your home. Yes, the filter is a great stopper and is the front line. The problem is there is more waste in your home than on the inside. When you ad a UV Light you are supercharging the cleaning portion of your HVAC system. If you have kids with health issues, pets, or a construction worker in the house it would be a major improvement to have a UV light.