Kill airborne bacteria and viruses and reduce odors
for cleaner indoor air with the UVPhotoMAX™
for HVAC Systems

The UVPhotoMAX takes Photocatalytic Oxidation (PCO) air purification to a new level of convenience and effectiveness.

Ultravation's UVPhotoMAX advanced oxidation air purification system is a compact but very powerful whole house air purifier that operates conveniently on 24-240 VAC Smart-Power. It is a second generation design that achieves a state-of-the-art level of airborne germ killing and odor reduction capability.

 

Ultravation® ReFresh™ Air Purifying Process

The ReFresh™ purification process is a system we developed for commercial applications and patented in 2004*. Utilizing a proprietary formula, the Ultravation® ReFresh™ air purifying process brings the science of nanotechnology into indoor air quality improvement. Titanium Dioxide (TiO2) is used to promote an ionic discharge from the UVPhotoMAX™ metal oxidation chamber. The advanced oxidation process is powered by our specially designed two-band UV lamp and controlled by our patented*** Photon Clarifier™. The exact amount of treatment is adjustable based on living space, temperature, humidity, and other factors. This high-efficiency germicidal system produces plasma wavelength energy in the key bandwidths of 185 nanometer (NM) and 254NM. It operates on a molecular scale, creating an oxidation process that quickly reduces or eliminates even the most stubborn odors, as well as killing millions of airborne pathogens including common viral flu strains, bacteria and mold spores.

Features
We recommend installation by an HVAC professional

Ultravation Authorized ContractorsUVPhotoMAX™ PCO air purifiers are high performance systems that are adjustable to specific environments and will offer best performance when installed by an indoor air quality expert, who can help you evaluate your home’s IAQ needs, your particular HVAC system, find the best location for the equipment and adjust it for peak performance. Find a contractor in your area, Click here