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Improving Your Family’s Health with UV Air Purifiers

April 8, 2014

Improving Your Family's Health with UV Air Purifiers

All of us want to give our families nothing but the best. From their daily needs and best living conditions to their physical and financial security, we strive to create the best experience possible for our loved ones. So, it is only natural for home owners to be specifically mindful of ways to improve their homes to ensure that their family is living comfortably, safely, and healthily.

One of the most stressful things that can happen in a household is when a family member gets sick. It can become an even larger problem if it is contagious and begins to affect more than one person. Most of the common diseases that people can catch are caused by viruses and bacteria. They can be in the air and water, on stuff that we touch, and even in other people. When there is a virus or bacteria outbreak, even your own home is unsafe.

To safeguard your family’s health against viruses and bacteria, there are many things you can do to keep your home clean. One of them is using Ultra Violet (UV) air purifiers. UV rays have been found to be one of nature’s most effective sanitizing agents. UV light has long been used to sanitize water, as well as for health care, medical, and laboratory disinfection. UV air purifiers use certain types of ultra violet light to neutralize and eradicate microorganisms in the environment. They can also be used against mold and the toxins their spores release. These types of air purifiers work by altering the DNA of microorganisms, which results in their demise. Even better is the fact that UV purifiers are ultimately safe for home use.

Although UV air purifiers are highly effective at getting rid of harmful microorganisms in the air, they are unable to perform air filtering functions. This is because UV light systems do not trap air particles. So, destroyed bacterial cells, virus particles, mold spores, dust mites, or chemical molecules are left floating around. Therefore, for complete air purification, it is best to use UV air purifiers in conjunction with air cleaning filter systems.

Chris George

Oklahoma City Realtor


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