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Types of HVAC Air Purifiers
Not all air purifiers do the same thing.
Here are the available types:
- HEPA: One of the most common types of an HVAC air purifier system utilizes a heavy-duty HEPA (High Energy Particulate Air Filters) filter to trap the largest particles like dust. HEPA filters can trap more than 99% of airborne particles .3 microns and larger from entering your breathing space.
- Carbon activated filters: A carbon activated filter is a good choice for VOC removal and smoke and odor eradication. These filters contain tiny absorbent pores to trap contaminants as they pass through the filter.
- HVAC ultraviolet light air purifier: Ultraviolet technology is often used in conjunction with HEPA air purifiers. While the HEPA filter will capture larger particles, an HVAC ultraviolet air purifier can kill microorganisms such as bacteria without any actual filtration. Instead, it uses rays of ultraviolet light to incinerate microorganisms as they pass through it.
- Electrostatic air purifiers: Many HVAC air purifiers also contain electrostatic fields to capture microscopic particles as small as .1 micron in size, including viruses. Electrostatic air purifiers clean the air by using static electricity. An electrostatic charge is generated by flowing through a network of static-prone filters. Airborne particles are grasped by the static charge and trapped until the filter is washed.
- Ionizing air purifiers: An ionizing air purifier uses a negative ion generator, which introduces negatively charged particles that attract positively charged air pollutants. As the particles group together, they become too heavy, fall from the air, and attach to surfaces.
Types of UV Lights for HVAC Systems
In 1903, Niels Finsen won the Nobel Prize in Medicine for his use of ultraviolet light in the treatment of tuberculosis. Since then, it has been adapted for many sterilization and disinfecting purposes. Now, ultraviolet light can be installed in your HVAC system to help kill mold and bacteria.
There are two types of UV lights available for HVAC systems which are:
- Coil sterilization: A “stick type” light installed inside the return air duct near that sterilizes the air handler coil. A coil sterilization UV light runs 24 hours a day and is the most common type.
- Air sterilization: A complete UV light unit that sterilizes all moving air. The unit is installed in the return air duct and cycles on with the blower.
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