However, you have to be careful about not neglecting the replacement of these bulbs at least once a year
I’m a big believer in embracing up-to-date technologies that better human lives, especially from a health standpoint. The up-to-date hospital in my city was designed & built while the two of us were in the COVID pandemic, & they have taken full luck of the latest & greatest machines & equipment to serve their patients. This means isolated rooms that have their own heating & cooling systems that are separate from one another. My mom’s last stay in the older hospital resulted in her being in a shared room while the two of us were in the middle of the pandemic, & what few times while the two of us were in that I was allowed to visit I was constrained by a number of strict rules. So it’s absolutely nice having this up-to-date hospital replaced & also so close to my home; One of the features these rooms utilize for cleaner air is UV-C air filtration systems. Air passes over the surface of a UV-C bulb which burns off allergens & contagions that are airborne. I have a UV-C bulb on either side of the evaporator coil in my central HVAC system’s air handler. These 2 UV-C bulbs are important for clean indoor air for people enjoy myself and others who live in Orland Park, IL & who possess a lot of dust sensitivities. However, you have to be careful about not neglecting the replacement of these bulbs at least once a year. Failing to replace the bulb at least once daily will result in a marked reduction in performance to the point at which the bulbs become inert in their sanitization capabilities. On top of that, the UV-C bulbs inside HVAC systems will still emit visible light after they’ve stopped laboring as media air cleaners.