Improve your indoor air quality
Using UV Care Aircon UV Sterilizer is the most cost-effective and practical solution. This system also improves indoor air quality for homes, building occupants by sterilizing airborne bacteria, viruses, molds and allergens.
• Removes Bacteria, Allergens, Odors, Molds, Germs & etc.
• Sterilizes microbial growth on coils
• Saves on maintenance & energy costs
• Kills airborne germs as they pass by
• Improves indoor air quality
• Chemical-free disinfection
• Keeps air system, cooling coils and interior surfaces free of mold
Poorly-maintained AC units have been shown as factors in many health conditions, including respiratory conditions and the spread of some diseases. Fortunately, it’s quite easy to minimize any such risks. Since air conditioning is everywhere now — in our homes, cars and offices — it’s important to maintain clean units to protect indoor air quality and personal well-being. Using Ultraviolet Germicidile Light is the most cost-effective and practical solution. This system also improves indoor air quality for building occupants by sterilizing airborne bacteria, viruses, and allergens.
Kit comprises of: self-installation manual, 2x UVC Germicidal lamps, ballast, wires & clips.
For installation services, please contact our accredited 3rd party installer:
Aircond. Network Philippines Inc. (contact person: Ms. Madz, 09985978543)
Rates (Metro Manila): Installation of UV Aircon Sterilizer – P1500, Aircon Cleaning and Installation of UV Aircon Sterilizer – P2500. Provincial rates available upon request.
8 watts x 2 UV-C lamp
Up to 8000 hours of UV-C light duration (Replacement is P2500/lamp)
1 year warranty
It is recommended to clean the A/C unit prior to installation of Aircon Sterilizer. Regular cleaning is still required for your A/C units to prevent dust buildup.
Tools required for self installation: Electric drill, plyers, Phillips screw
The use of UV on A/C is validated by the following major organizations: American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers, Inc. (ASHRAE), Center for disease control (CDC), US Green Building Council, Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED), International WELL Building Institute (IWBI).