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The Bio-Fighter Germicidal UV Light emits a special spectrum of light that will terminate most hazardous airborne microorganisms, thus eradicating the spread of household illnesses. These UV light emitting systems are permanently installed in the homes' heating and air conditioning systems. Once installed the Bio-Fighter Germicidal UV Light will begin to help eliminating the mold and airborne bacteria, at the same time, helping to maintain efficiency and airflow. This germicidal UV-C light has been in use for over 70 years in hospitals, laboratories and other locations that are required to maintain a high level of sanitation. UV-C is the shortest wavelength of UV light, which is what makes it germicidal by deactivating the DNA of the bacteria, causing it to die when it attempts to reproduce. After 70 years of use in such consequential businesses it's safe to say that germicidal UV lighting is far beyond the experimental stages of its development.

The germicidal UV light works through a process called, Ultraviolet germicidal irradiation or (UVGI). This is a method of sterilization that uses the shortest wavelength of UV light possible, to extirpate microorganisms of killing 99% of mold spores and 87% of certain kinds of live airborne bacteria.

Your heating ventilation and air conditioning or HVAC systems are home to a wide variety of reproducing, disease disseminating mold spores, mildew, bacteria and viruses that disperse all throughout your home or office, via the ventilation system, which becomes their breeding ground. Causing any number of health problems such as, allergies, asthma and respiratory issues and can even cause nausea and chronic headaches.

Your best defense against these health afflicting pathogens is, without a doubt, The Bio-Fighter Germicidal UV light. Paper or fabric filters may catch some of these airborne pathogenic microorganisms. It is up to a device such as the UV light system to extricate them all. The EPA lists indoor air quality as one of the top five environmental health risks today.