Boss wants to install UVDI lights on all 7 McQuay roof top ac. I sat in the sales pitch and was not impressed. Sure the evap coil face would be clean where light reaches. But what about where the light does not hit?
I had never worked with uv lighting so I do not know how it performs.
The sale pitch was we are going to save energy using the uv lighting. They say we can use a better flow filter and uv lighting to keep the coil clean resulting in better heat transfer. Saving lots of $$$$ while killing lots of germs.
I know hospitals had been using this for years but Iam sure that they would use something a little differnt than sticking some bulbs on the evap coil.