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Air-Care Releases Ultraviolet Air Purifier Light That Mounts in the Air Ducts
Date:7/30/2013

Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) July 30, 2013

"It is important to have a high efficiency air filter, of course, but the UVC Max-36 provides additional purification by killing mold and bacteria in the air," according to Air-Care President, Richard Papaleo. He continued, "All the air in the home continually cycles through the air ducts, and our UVC Max-36 ultraviolet light treats it 24/7."

"After performing a thorough cleaning of the duct system, it just takes a few minutes to install the UVC Max-36 which comes in 120 volt plug-in or 24 volt hard-wired units," said Wayne Tracy, Field Operations Manager. "The UVC Max-36 is the same type of system used in hospitals and restaurants to kill airborne bacteria and mold," Tracy added.

Air-Care provides a demo unit with a video presentation that explains to homeowners in simple terms the advantages of this scientifically-proven tool. Product Manager Mike Stanovich said, "Air-Care has been in the indoor air quality business for over 30 years and, due to state of the art manufacturing, is proud to offer the benefits of UVC air purification at the most affordable price ever."

As stated on the EPA Website, "UV light can penetrate the outer structure of a microorganism’s cell and alter its DNA, permanently preventing replication and causing cell death."

"I teach the marketing phase of the Air Duct Decontamination class at Air-Care and always include the benefits of the UVC Max-36 Air Purifier. It increases customer satisfaction with the improved air quality after the duct cleaning is completed," said Mary Dziak, Marketing manager. "The happier customers are, the more likely they are to tell their friends and family, and the best advertising is word of mouth,&q
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