Air-conditioning and ventilating systems nowadays are simply indispensable. They are an inherent part of the working environment, the medical technology and food industry. The air-conditioning systems and especially the Air Handling Unit, is the ideal environment for the distribution and the growth of pathogenic microorganisms, spores, molds, etc. The recirculation, the temperature changes and humidity is an ideal matrix for making them combine with each other and are deposited on all internal surfaces in the form of an unpleasant biofilms particularly that adheres to the fins of the heat exchangers, is deposited in water collection tanks and clogs the filters.
The consequences may be fatal: notable reduction of the quality of Food products, the sick building syndrome in the working rooms and infections cost much money and reduce the efficiency of any facility.
Central air systems and air conditioners are efficient solutions for the ventilation and air conditioning of larger buildings. However, they pose large microbial contamination risks and can spread viruses and bacteria to individual rooms through their air ducts. In flu season, customers, employees and guests can all be affected.
Air handling units
Air washers in central air conditioners are critical spots for air quality in central ventilation systems. If the air washers are not properly maintained, the result can be ideal conditions for the growth of microorganisms, which can be spread throughout individual rooms through the air ducts.
Germ-killing effect of UV-C radiation
the germ-killing effect of UV-C radiation used in our HVAC Sanitizing units destroys viruses and germs in the shortest amount of time. When exposed to these rays, the air is immediately decontaminated. And if the UV-C unit is directly installed in devices, the growth of microorganisms is destroyed at the source.