Swordfish: Ozone and worry free! Your green solution for air purification.
Most indoor air quality products merely trap pollutants, but Swordfish actually kills molds, viruses, and fungus in your indoor air. Swordfish UV Air Treatment systems use proven technology and expose your recirculated indoor air to UVC light which kills/deactivates micro-organisms and sanitizes your air.
Swordfish Air Purifiers are available in 2 applications to suit your needs:
Swordfish UV Whole Home Air Purification System
An air conditioning coil is a prime location for bacteria and mold growth which can become airborne. Particularly in the summer months when your air conditioning is running to keep you cool.
Installation is very simple and can be done in 15 minutes. Mount Swordfish above the A/C coil to kill 99.9% of the mold and bacteria growing there, and to improve the efficiency of your furnace. Or mount it on your return air/warm air duct and disinfect the passing air.
There are three different models:
The Swordfish 18Watt unit is designed to provide a sufficient dose given the velocity of air in an average
home up to 1,000 square feet.
36-Watt Mid Range
The Swordfish 36Watt unit is designed to provide a sufficient dose given the velocity of air in an average
home up to 3,500 square feet.
It is designed to provide a sufficient dose given the velocity of air in an average
home over 3,500 square feet or in light commercial applications. Many
consumers choose this model if they have either a larger home or a numerous
amount of allergy triggers.
Swordfish UV Room/Condo Air Purification System
Designed in response to customer requests is our room unit application. Rather than simply trapping, it actually kills viruses, moulds, bacteria, dust mites with UVC light. The two speed whisper quite fan is so quiet you can keep it in your bedroom. Easy to replace lamp requires changing once a year. Included is a lifetime, washable, antimicrobial pre-filter. Looks great in any room!
The Swordfish UVA1800RM unit is designed to provide a sufficient dose given the velocity of air in an average room up to 200 square feet.