HVAC UV Light Installation Orlando

The White Coat HVAC UV light installation in the central air system combines UV Light and Titanium Dioxide to clean your air without chemicals. Contact us for a FREE CO2 or INDOOR AIR QUALITY Test to learn more about your Indoor Air Quality. 

Far-UVC or UV-C?

HVAC UV-C Installation or far-UVC Solutions?

HVAC UV Light Installations in Orlando

Conventional ventilation and filtration is effective against particulates; e.g., dust, but has no effect on the other two thirds.

The chemical free germ-killing properties of UVC light have been known for over a century. This safe and scientifically proven disinfection technology is currently being used at hospitals, for food safety, and water purification.

As Indoor Air Quality Services providers we provide UVC disinfection solutions unique to your office and working space. Our Germicidal UV light system units are installed in the central air system where airborne viruses and bacteria are rendered inactive. These HVAC UV Light Installation units include next level PCO technology, which combines ultraviolet light and titanium dioxide to clean your air without chemicals. Additionally, mold growth is suppressed on the cooling coils and surrounding areas while generally improving indoor air quality throughout the home. 

  • Inactivates airborne pathogens, bacteria, mold
  • Improves ventilation and indoor air quality
  • Inhibits mold growth in HVAC system
  • Reduces energy and maintenance costs
  • Extends life of your HVAC Systems
  • Next Level PCO Technology – Titanium Dioxide Mesh
  • Water-resistant UVC lamp
  • Nema-rated power supply
  • Automatic input voltage selection
  • Lifetime Parts Warranty (less UV lamps)
You Are What You Breathe

Pro Installation

Licensed Electricians



  • Indoor Air Quality Readings
  • Check/Change Filters & Equipment

Surface Disinfection

Monthly fogging of office with EPA List N solutions for additional surface disinfection and protection.

HVAC UV System
Disinfection Electrician

Far-UVC or UVC?

HVAC UVC or far-UVC – We offer solutions customized for your environment.



Why UV?

What is UV-C Light?

Ultraviolet (UV) light is a range of light frequencies that are mostly invisible to the human eye. The UV-C band is most effective at killing germs because its short wavelength is able to penetrate the cell walls of microorganisms and scramble their DNA. Also, UV-C is filtered out by the earth’s atmosphere so microbes have no defense against it.

Safe & Effective Disinfection

For over a century scientists have known that certain frequencies of light have a devastating effect on microbial life. We now know that exposure to ultraviolet light in the range of 254 nm (UV-C band) disrupts the DNA of micro-organisms thus preventing them from reproducing, thereby effectively killing them.

UV Light – A Well Established Disinfection Technology

UVC light disinfection is now widely used in hospitals and laboratories to sanitize instruments and work surfaces and to prevent the spread of potentially lethal airborne infectious diseases. The technology is used by the food industry to sterilize food before packaging and water treatment systems large and small now incorporate UV light as a chemical-free means of purification.

Kill Germs With Light

Because the frequency of UV-C light is filtered out by the Earth’s atmosphere microorganisms have no defense against it. It works by scrambling their DNA which prevents them from reproducing.

Improve Indoor Air Quality

According to the EPA, indoor air pollution is often five times worse than outdoor and represents a significant health risk. UV-C improves indoor air quality by sterilizing mold, bacteria, viruses, and allergens from the air as it cycles through the central air system.


Flu Season

Viruses and bacteria (PM2.5)


Allergy Season

Dust, pollen, smoke, mold, chemicals (PM10 & 2.5)


Indoor Pollutants

VOCs, Formaldehyde, Gases, etc.


Unhealthy Buildings

Mold, Humidity, Poor Ventilation, Electronic pollution

You are what you breathe

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