THE AIRSTREAM FAMILY IS GROWING!
In line with our mission to make your environment healthier, we now offer air purifiers that use ultraviolet light, a proven technology that eliminates 99,97% of pollutants in the home. In today’s increasingly well-insulated homes, less fresh air gets in from outside, which means bacteria can develop and circulate indoors. Air exchangers and ventilation systems just don’t cut it. But when ultraviolet light is used in an air purification system, it neutralizes microscopic particles and provides safe, clean air throughout the home.
Want cleaner air in your home?
How the new Airstream UV systems work?
- They emit UVC ultraviolet light (254 nm) whose radiation attacks microorganisms at the molecular level, deactivating and destroying contaminants.
- They produce UVV light radiation (185 nm) which breaks down chemical volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and odours.
- They use a process that delivers a maximum dose of UV to the moving air stream, thus ensuring complete destruction of foul-smelling contaminants, which is not the case with conventional UV lamps on the market.
What is ultraviolet light?
Ultraviolet light is part of the light spectrum which is classified into three wavelength ranges:
- UV-C, from 100 nanometers (nm) to 280 nm
- UV-B, from 280 nm to 315 nm
- UV-A, from 315 nm to 400 nm
What is germicidal ultraviolet?
UV-C light is germicidal – i.e., it deactivates the DNA of bacteria, virus and other pathogens and this destroys their ability to multiply and cause disease.
Unlike many UVA air purifiers on the market, Airstream UV air purifiers work with UVC light.