Ultraviolet (UV) light disinfection is an effective, chemical-free, and eco-friendly way to control dust, mites, viruses, insect allergies, and infections. It is possible to reduce the dust mite population inside the house by combining UV lights with HEPA filtration. Dust mites live in almost every home and, by themselves, do not pose a danger to human health. They feed on dead skin cells that pets and people shed daily.
However, some people are allergic to dust mite residues. A study cited in the National Institutes of Health of the United States National Library of Medicine states that, through the use of UV lamps, it increased the mortality rate of dust mites by up to 100%. However, saying that UV light will end dust mite infestation doesn't solve the problem. Tovey, an allergy researcher at the University of Sydney, suggested that UV light would kill dust mites, but it wouldn't eliminate the true allergens of dust mite allergy: fecal matter, secretions, and body parts. By connecting both ideas, by killing dust mites with UV rays, there is a possibility of reducing the allergens that dust mites produce. The bottom line is that HVAC UV lights are an effective method for improving your home's indoor air quality.
It is important to note that UV light does not penetrate all fabrics, so if the fabric is too thick, it will not work. The effectiveness of UV light in eliminating dust mites depends on several factors such as intensity, duration of exposure, and distance to the source. All of these measures must be taken very seriously when considering the use of ultraviolet light as a means of disinfection or pest control. UV light has been used for years to sterilize medical equipment and tools; it is also used for water purification systems. UV-C light is harmful to humans when exposed for a long time.
It was suggested that when this light is on there should be no humans or pets near it since it is sterilized. UV lights can help reduce the likelihood of infection by bacteria and viruses that may be present from fall to spring. UV lights are an excellent solution for those looking for an environmentally friendly way to keep their homes allergen-free. Dust enters the air controller when the filter is dirty and can cover the bulbs, reducing the amount of UV light projected into the system. It's important to understand all the implications of using UV light for cleaning purposes before doing these activities.
Ultraviolet light has been proven to be an effective method of killing dust mites, their eggs, and other contaminants.