Air Purification

Air Purification

Air Purification

Air Purification


Air Purification for More Air Cleaning Power

In some situations, air filters may be sufficient to stop the unwanted particles from moving through the air. But smaller contaminants such as volatile organic compounds (VOCs), smoke, and chemicals can move through many filters—and the high MERV filters often aren’t an option. This is where electronic air purifiers are helpful.

There are many different ways for air purifiers to remove contaminants from the air, with ionizers the most common. Purifiers don’t use mesh to catch particles, but rather use electric fields that ionize unwanted contaminants and then draw them out of the air.

The UV Air Purifier

There’s a special type of air purification system that targets some of the most unhealthy and difficult to catch air pollutants, such as bacteria, mold spores, viruses, and microbes. It’s a UV air purifier, which uses ultraviolet radiation to kill or render inert harmful organic contaminants.

A UV air purifier is basically a set of ultraviolet lights, known as UV germicidal lights, placed in the HVAC system so they shine on the coil of the air conditioner or heat pump. The lights disrupt the cells of the organic pollutants but are harmless for humans and pets.

We Offer Full Indoor Air Quality Services for the greater Colorado Springs area

You won’t know at first what types of air quality systems are necessary to give your home clean, healthy air. But you’ll find out soon enough when you call JD Vigil Heating & Air Conditioning Inc. for IAQ services in Colorado Springs, Manitou Springs, Black Forest, and Falcon, CO. We install and service a range of air filters and air purifiers, including UV air purifiers. We’ll identify what contaminants in your home you need removed and then match you with the right set of filters and purifiers. We back up all our work with a 100% satisfaction guarantee, and we’ll always treat your home like our own.


COVID-19 NOTE

We are following all local guidelines regarding masks, distancing, sanitary practices, etc. Call (719) 573-9794 for more information on how we are preventing the spread.

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