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Eugene Adams Inc. Newsletter Spring 2004

Bacteria and mold spores. They' are nasty and cause allergies!

So you wash, wipe and clean. But they can still blow through the air in your home every time your heating and cooling system's fan runs. That's not all. Your air conditioner's moist cooling coils can serve as an ideal breeding ground for mold, a known allergen. Mold is one of the more common allergens. A 1999 Mayo Clinic study found that mold was the culprit in nealy all chronic sinus infections. But there's help: an Ultraviolet Air Treatment System.

UV technology has a history that spans a century. It has been proven to work in many industries including water purification and hospital clean rooms. Now it is available for use in your home.

Honeywell, the Indoor Air Quality Spercialist offers a variety of Ultraviolet Air Treatment Systems.

To kill most germs before they re-circulate:

Ultraviolet Air Treatment System models, mounted in the ductwork of your heating and cooling system, continuously emit ultraviolet (UV) energy that kills a high percentage of airborne bacteria passing by the light. Honeywell provides two return air systems: the premium dual-lamp return air model which kills up to 87% of certain airborne bacteria passing by the system and a single-lamp model which kills up to 70% of certain airborne bacteria.

To prevent mold spores from growing on your system's cooling coils:

The Coil Plus irradiation model, mounted above your central air contitioner's cooling coil, continuously bathes cooling system components with mold-stopping UV evergy. The coil irradiation model kills up to 99% of mold that could otherwise thrive on your system's cooling coils.

The Environmental Protection Agency conducted a study in the U.S. showing that indoor air can be more polluted than the air outdoors. If you are like most Americans, you spend up to 90% of each day indoors - and more than half of that time at home. Today's homes are often sealed tightly to conserve energy. Problem is they can seal in pollutants too. The U.S. EPA ranks indoor air pollution among the top five environmental risks to public health. Even air that's simply too dry or too humid can cause problems. To improve your home's air quality consider the ultraviolet air treatment system, to zap the germs, a whole-house air cleaner to trap the particles and a powered whole-house humidifier to moisturize your air.

Fortunately, there's a solution to improve indoor air quality with the help of Honeywell and Eugene Adams, Inc. Heating and Air Conditioning.