UV Care is your brand of choice because UV Care is the leader in UV-C germicidal technology
consistently efficient in eliminating airborne bacteria and germs
Lamps are made of
quartz glass which provides better UV-C transmission
Covers the entire lamp providing insulation, breakage protection and improves water resistance
Recognizing that every business is different, our systems are highly flexible to meet various needs
UV-C lamp automatically sterilizes every time the unit is turned on
Does not use harmful chemicals and doesn’t leave any harmful residues
Eliminates biofilm build-up on the coils thus removing the need for
For HVAC applications, just as with all other UVC sterilization applications, direct exposure to 253.7nm UVC radiation, given appropriate exposure time, will inactivate the DNA and RNA of microorganisms (such as bacteria, viruses, mold spores, yeast, and protozoa), rendering them “sterile” (unable to reproduce), which, in biological terms, results in a “dead” microorganism.
Dosage is a product of the intensity of UV-C radiation (expressed in microwatts per square centimeter) and exposure time to that radiation. You can find the necessary dosage for most common mold spores in the following table. The values shown under the percentage kill are in microwatts per square centimeter of UVC energy.
Continuously process airborne dust and
allergens that can’t be removed by regular cleaning.
Eliminates odors to improve air quality.
Creates a safe and conducive working environment
that helps keep the employees motivated and
reduces staff absenteeism
Helps reduce the spread of airborne contaminants
including bacteria and viruses in a hospital, office,
mall or confined space.
Prevents customers from hesitation in
visiting in-store and transacting and going
to your malls.
A cleaner system will have improved airflow, which can
increase system capacity by as much as 35%. This translates
into reduced energy costs in the long run
UV restores the HVAC system’s performance
to optimal levels, reducing its power consumption
and helping it work like new
An air purifier’s job is to attack, trap, and collect any airborne contaminants that may be floating around your home. While all air purifiers work the same, there are air purifiers which utilize better technology in doing its job.
For example, air purifiers with a HEPA filter system can remove and trap particles as small as 0.1 microns. This includes bacteria, mold spores, pet dander, dust, and more. An air purifier with a HEPA filtration system is very useful because it filters out up to 99.95% of harmful airborne particles.
Do you know what brand offers an air purifier with an H13 Medical Grade HEPA filtration system? It’s UV CARE!⠀