Fresh-Aire UV Products
Everyone in your family is affected by the quality of the air in your home. According to the EPA indoor air is often five times more polluted than outdoor air. Fresh-Aire UV offers homeowners practical and solutions for air quality problems including odors, toxic chemical vapors, bacteria, viruses, and allergens. Unlike smaller room-sized air purifiers our products are installed in the central air system so they clean all the air in your home. Your HVAC contractor will help you choose the right one for your home.
APCO-X® UV Home Purification
Introducing our most advanced whole-house air treatment system yet. APCO-X® is the result of ten years of APCO development. It will revolutionize indoor air quality with significantly improved performance, functionality, and reliability.
- 33% more effective than previous model in laboratory tests
- V-Twin element with over 65% more effective carbon surface area
- EverCarbon™ cells with proprietary antimicrobial nanotechnology
- 3 year UV-C lamp
- LED status and lamp fault indicator
- Translucent polycarbonate housing
- Face-plate rotates for vertical or horizontal installation
- Proven effective against SARS-COV-2
The one that started it all. Detox the air with APCO®, our award winning clean air technology that removes germs, odors, and toxic volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from all the air in your home. With hundreds of thousands units installed the original six-cell APCO is still a top performer.
- Award-winning air treatment technology
- Validated ozone-free
- Lifetime carbon cells
- One or two year UV-C lamp
The world’s best-selling HVAC UV light fights mold and other biological threats that thrive in the cool, moist interior of the air system. Blue-Tube UV is installed in the central air system where it works continuously to fight mold and other biological contaminants in the air and on HVAC system interior surfaces, particularly the cooling coil. 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.