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A direct approach to prevent airborne transmission is inactivation of airborne pathogens, and the airborne antimicrobial potential of UVC ultraviolet light has long been established.
EIC controls propagation of harmful biological contaminants through Installing Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation (UVGI) systems on new and existing HVAC equipment, that will create significant savings in total operating expenses and create a cleaner safer indoor environment and improve air quality. In addition, that (UVGI) in Our solution reduce HVAC maintenance costs and extend equipment lifetime, our system is independently certified by leading organizations, fully tested and validated.
HVAC Projects
Each unit has a number of High Intensity UV-C emitters which are mounted to Aluminum Anodized Parabolic Reflectors that reflect the full 360° of Germicidal Radiation.
Units are installed in the ductwork of central air system to be perpendicular or parallel to the air stream in order to maximize the contaminant’s contact time with the UV energy. The number and length of UV-C emitters will depend on the size of the duct, the velocity of the air moving within the duct, the specific contaminants to be treated and the desired % kill.
Cooling coil disinfection units are designed to prevent and destroy mold and other microbial contaminants from fan coils, walk in A/C coils and the air. While the UV-C emitters have minutes, hours, days and even months to bask the coil with UV energy.

EIC systems expansion owes to our technical awareness and knowledge that enables us to introduce turnkey HVAC project combining of UVGI, HEPA and Aerodynamic techniques to achieve the highest world standards.

Air duct disinfection

  • UV- L2/30/40/55/60/90/120/155 ST

  • L4/40/55/90/120/155 ST

  • L2/35/40/60/95H

  • PA-UV L4/40/90 ST

  • OA-UV L6/40/90/95 ST

  • PA-UV L5/95/155 ST

Cooling coil disinfection

  • UV-L1/40/60/90/120/155 ST

  • UV L2/36/40/60/90/120/155 ST