UV Lights in an air conditioner come with a lot of conflicting opinions as far as if they work or not. Let's take science into consideration when thinking about which answer we believe. As far as we are concerned here at Purified science hits the nail on the head regardless of what anyone else argues. The definition of what UV light does says it all.
UV lights for air conditioners or (ultraviolet germicidal irradiation) is a method that uses short wave length ultraviolet (uv-c) light to kill or inactivate microorganisms by disrupting their DNA. Leaving them unable to perform cellular functions. Creates environments that are in hospitable to such things as bacteria, viruses, mold, and other pathogens.
So by definition if installed in the correct areas or any area for that matter it will eliminate and prevent growth of micro organisms. Now with and air conditioning system there are strategic placements that are the most common areas for growth which in turn will prevent the spread of spores throughout the system. So at Purified it isn't a matter of whether or not they work as much as are they installed correctly and in the correct location.
In the world of air conditioning your IAQ (indoor air quality) is an important factor when it comes to your comfort and health. A UV light system can play a major role in your IAQ when installed correctly. Call us at Purified today and see how a UV light system for your air conditioner can help you.