HVAC UV Lights
In initial testing, it has been found that exposure to UV light can kill Coronavirus. The air purification technology that we use disinfects the air by emitting UV-C rays.
These rays effectively kill:
If you're interested in installing a UV light air purifier within your heating and cooling system in your LA home or office, then be sure to contact us at Service Genius.
Do HVAC UV Lights Work?
HVAC UV lights can considerably improve your home's air quality if they are correctly installed and are used in their correct spectrum proportion. With the right placement and proper UV light direction, it effectively maintains the home's temperature and humidity levels and helps get rid of viruses, mold, and bacteria.
When it comes to air purification, they mostly rely on HEPA filters. But you must know that other technologies help clean air as effectively. UV-C light (the most potent form of UV light) is commonly used in air purification. When appropriately used can destroy microorganisms by scrambling their DNA safely.
We Install Whole House Automated Disinfection Systems
The Coronavirus can stay on contaminated surfaces for up to 3 days, increasing the probability of spreading the virus to the people who will contact the surface. Airborne and surface spread of the Coronavirus can be stopped with the automated disinfection system cleaning from Service Genius. Hence, routine sanitization is recommended, which includes deep inspection, cleaning your HVAC system or duct to eliminate the traces of virus to ensure that the system is healthy.
What Is an Automated Disinfection System (ARD)?
Automated room disinfection (ARD) systems significantly reduce the dependency on operators and facilitate the disinfection process, achieving a high level of disinfection cleaning. Hydrogen peroxide vapor (H2O2 vapor), aerosolized hydrogen peroxide (aHP), and ultraviolet (UV) light are the most commonly used ARD systems.
Home Isolation Rooms for Quarantine
When in quarantine, keeping your isolation rooms adequately cleaned and stocked with required items is essential. Only a qualified, knowledgeable crew should be entrusted with this critical arrangement. Service Genius specializes in providing exceptional and thorough cleaning and disinfecting services for insolation rooms or areas. We follow rigorous standards religiously and develop tight protocols to ensure that every place we clean is safe for patients and employees or family members alike. Contact us today to know how our industry-leading services can help you.
Can You Make My Home Safe with an Isolation Area?
Yes, now you can have a room or area where the infected air is redirected, protecting other family members.
There are two ways that you can achieve it:
- Negative pressure room - Lower air pressure allows outside air into the room. The air that flows out of the room must pass through a filter. These rooms are utilized in infection control to prevent germs from spreading through your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system.
- Positive pressure room- Involves maintaining a higher-pressure air inside the treated area. If a leak occurs while pumping in the clean air, the air is immediately forced out of the room. Positive pressure rooms are used for patients with weakened immune systems.
How Long Will It Take to Dilute the Concentration of Infectious Particles in a Room Once Generated?
It takes only seconds to settle large droplets (100 micrometers [µm] and larger) in the surrounding surfaces. While it can take several minutes for smaller particles (10 µm) and hours for particles measuring 5 µm as they float in the air for much longer. Dilution ventilation and particle filtration strategies are effective in removing these smaller particles from the air. These are used less or never for larger particles as they fall out of the air quickly. They dilute so fast they might not have a chance to get captured by filtration systems.
We Are a COVID-19 Air Care Team You Can Trust
When your family’s comfort is suffering, there is no better place to call than Service Genius. We realize that replacing your home’s Air Conditioner, Furnace, boiler, or Heat Pump is a big decision, and we don’t take that lightly. Our professionals will guide you through the process of identifying your home’s individual needs, your family’s needs, and finally selection of the best system for you.