Keep Away Winter Illnesses with a REME® Generator Advanced Oxidation System Installation

The winter season can be a joyful time, but it is also a period of the rapid spread of flus and colds. There are many ways to help protect yourself from the germs moving around the air during this season. You may have considered installing a UV air purifier into your HVAC system to improve this situation. This type of air purifiers consist of UV germicidal lights that use ultraviolet radiation rather than ionization to cleanse the air. The lights are installed into the HVAC system near the air conditioner’s evaporator coils to target the air passing through the ventilation system.

Why You Should Consider a REME® Generator Advanced Oxidation System Installation Instead

Although UV germicidal lights may sound like a great option, these lamps are more effective when it comes to stopping the growth of mold where the lights shine, which is usually on the indoor coil of a heat pump or AC. Our indoor air quality specialists think that a better solution is to use a system that eliminate mold growth in the first place, rather than placing a bandage over an existing problem. UV lights also create ozone, which can cause additional air quality issues.

The alternative system that we recommend is a REME® Generator Advanced Oxidation System Installation. The difference with this system is that it is active in removing harmful pollutants from the air. UV lights have to wait for airborne pollutants to reach them. The REME® system sends out Ionized Advanced Oxidants throughout your house using a powerful plasma blower. These oxidants enter your rooms and kill such illnesses-causing pollutants as viruses, bacteria, and mold spores. It’s a safe system and works quietly. You won’t even know it’s doing its jobs—except that everyone in your house will feel healthier!

To find out more details about REME® system, call on the indoor air quality team at Comfort Central, Inc. We serve Asheville, NC and throughout Western North Carolina.

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