UV Germicidal Lamps

With the germicidal ultraviolet light produced by the RGF HALO® In-duct Air Purifier, now there’s a way to help prevent the build-up of dangerous mold, mildew, bacteria, and viruses, from inside of your air handling system.

Ready to combat pesky mold and poor air quality? Contact us or call 317.468.9170 today!

Benefits of UV Light System

The moist environment inside of your air handling system can be the perfect breeding ground for many dangerous molds and micro-organisms that can cause bad odors, the spread of dangerous bacteria and mold, dirty sock syndrome, biological contamination, and air conditioner blockage and damage.

According to the EPA, indoor air quality is one of the top five environmental health risks of our time. Germicidal ultraviolet light (UV), when properly integrated into a heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) system, is an effective method for preventing indoor air contamination from spreading throughout your home and can:

  • Provide a healthier living environment for your family
  • Kill mold and mildew where they lurk
  • Reduce the risk of potential exposure
  • Help reduce typical household odors
  • Improve your air handling systems efficiency and performance, which can help reducing your operating costs and extending the life of your system

How the RGF HALO® In-duct Air Purifier Works

RGF REME HALO UV Light

The UV Light System is installed in your air handling system by our licensed professionals. Germicidal ultraviolet light produced by the RGF HALO® In-duct Air Purifier penetrates the cell walls of microorganisms present in your air handling system, causing cellular damage, either killing the cells or preventing them from reproducing. The germicidal ultraviolet light rays produced by the system destroy anything that collects inside to help maintain a germ-free environment.

Learn more about our entire selection of air quality equipment here. Mister Quik offers 100% Satisfaction Guarantee on all air quality products and services.

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