V-PAC Air Treatment Products


UltraViolet Devices, Inc. is expanding its offering with Energy Recovery Air Purification equipment to the gaming and hospitality industry. UVDI’s V-PAC family of air treatment products includes equipment for central air systems to improve indoor air quality and realize energy savings.

Using a unique combination of advanced technologies, the UVDI systems solve the toughest smoke and odor challenges. The V-PAC products are ozone- and chemical-free, sustainable and cost-effective, and can reduce energy costs by recirculating more inside air to recover energy so less outside air needs to be heated or cooled. UVDI’s V-PAC central air treatment systems have been proven to clean the air where other systems could not meet the challenge. The V-PAC central air system retrofits into the existing HVAC system of a property and is easy to maintain.

UVDI V-PAC Energy Recovery Air Purification systems are designed and engineered to:

  • Reduce smoke, odors and volatile organic compounds (VOCs)
  • Recirculate and clean indoor air to reduce energy costs and save money
  • Be sustainable while simple to maintain and operate
  • Reduce outside air usage by up to 50 percent
  • Reduce HVAC loads to extend equipment life
  • Realize annual HVAC energy savings
  • Maximize ROI with quick payback

UVDI is a leading manufacturer of advanced air purification and disinfection equipment using UV-C, photocatalytic oxidation and molecular filtration technologies. The company’s cutting-edge technology helps provide a healthier indoor environment for buildings. With over 65 years of experience in UV Technology, UVDI has perfected the science behind its technology and currently offers products globally.

For more information on the UVDI product line, visit UVDI.com or contact sales@uvdi.com, 661-295-8140.

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