And now a message from our sponsor....When I started this blog I thought I would continue on with my usual commentary from "The Attic", however I would also add information about my business at hand....namely air filtration equipment and supplies. Much like some of the other business blogs out there, with an occasional news commentary.
So without further adieu, let the commercial or rather infomercial begin.
Today's spotlight product is UV filtration. Ultra-violet light is very effective in killing airborne germs, bacteria, & any other microbial growth; which includes mold and yes....even anthrax. The latter probably explains why UV filtration systems are now mandatory in federal government buildings. The UV filtration device above is easily installed in the ventilation system of residential, commercial, or industrial buildings, and are relatively inexpensive.
I have used one in my home for the past 10 months and feel confident that it is the reason for not getting my usual bronchitis attack during the start of air conditioning season. Typically the air conditioning coil in your ventilation system condensates because of the temperature difference between cool and warm air, the condensation that remains in the furnace plenum eventually breeds microbial growth which is then circulated throughout the house for everyone to breathe. With the UV system installed just inside your furnace plenum above the A/C coil the microbial growth is killed before it can circulate throughout the home or building.
UV air filtration is relatively new and unknown, however new executive home builders are beginning incorporate these healthy amenities in their upscale projects. Local school renovations have included these UV systems especially where mold has proven to be a prevalent problem. It will only be a matter of time before all new structures incorporate a UV filtration system as a standard ventilation amenity. In the meantime feel free to visit our sponsor clean-air-quality to purchase one online and stay ahead of the curve.
And now back to our regularly scheduled drivel.