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Swordfish Whole Home Air Purifier


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  • "SWORDFISH" WHOLE HOME AIR PURIFIER
  • Purifies homes up to 3600 sq. ft.
  • Provides healthy indoor air
  • Alleviates allergy and asthma symptoms
  • Lamps are ozone free and have a replacement notification
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  • Product Dimensions: 4.5 x 17.8 x 6.3 inches ; 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B005LIG2B2
  • Item model number: UVA36WB
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #237,750 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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SWORDFISH WHOLE HOME AIR PURIFIER Purifies homes up to 3600 sq. ft. Provides healthy indoor air Alleviates allergy and asthma symptoms Lamps are ozone free and have a replacement notification Child proof/tamper proof locking mechanism CSA approved and energy efficient Chemical free

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Kanada on September 26, 2012
We have used the Swordfish Ultraviolet Air Purifier in our home for about 5 years now. It works great. We very rarely get colds now. Our house is a converted cottage from the 70's with a crawl space underneath so base air quality is dubious. The Shark Ultraviolet Air Purifier sterilizes all the air that goes through our furnace air duct system using Ultraviolet Light. Ultraviolet Light kills micro organisms and disrupts the DNA and RNA (genetic code) of micro organisms so they don't reproduce before they die. The system works the same as Ultraviolet sterilizers for water but it is set up to sterilize air. The Ultraviolet light kills the germs, microbes and viruses that pass through the ultraviolet light it emits. I set mine up so it "lights up" both our furnace air filter and our humidifier both of which are breeding grounds for bacteria. I still clean and replace them just as often but I know that bacteria is much less likely to grow in between maintenance with the Ultraviolet killing the microbes it can reach in between.
Installation took about 1/2 hour and I was easily able to do it myself. I am a handy person but this installation was very basic. Just a drill and a screw driver. You have to drill an an approximately 2" hole in your duct work for the installation. Al high quality metal hole saw is provided with the Swordfish air purifier. Planning where you will mount the Swordfish Air purifier is very important because the 2" hole you drill will always be there. Remember, measure 10 times, drill once. The Swordfish Air Purifier will also need to be plugged into a regular 110/1115 Volt household outlet. It comes with a 6' cord. Plan for this as well.
This system is very safe as long as the light is completely enclosed in your furnace or air system duct work.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Sheldon Cohen on August 4, 2013
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I had a problem because the drain on my central air system was not properly installed. Because of this I got a small flood which led to the growth of mold and mildew in the HVAC. When the system would turn on I would get this damp smell. My PC is near a vent and I would immediately start coughing when the AC went on. The problem would improve somewhat in the winter when hot air was running through, but never really went away and came back again. I did a lot of research on UV lights. The Oil Company wanted a $1000 to install two units. I have a large house about 4200 square ft. and an air handler for each floor. The Units are rated for 3600sq ft each. So I knew that the two would be overkill. But overkill in this case is a good thing. I knew I could install them myself. My only problem was running wire and adding an outlet to plug in the Swordfish. The product arrived ahead of time and was easy to install with just a rudimentary ability to use a drill. Now for how it worked. Within a day I noticed a reduction in the odor. Within a few days the odor was entirely gone. I don't cough when the AC goes on. It may be psychological but the air in the house feels lighter and cleaner overall. Small piece of advice. Drill a small pilot hole for the hole saw or it may bounce and pilot holes for the mounting screws. I also think that you should wear vinyl or nitrate gloves when handling the bulbs. If you have a central air system I would recommend that you install one even if you do not know if you have a problem.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By DAS on September 28, 2013
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I used this unit for about ten months. The lamp went out, so I ordered a replacement lamp. The unit still would not turn on after replacing the lamp. There is no power to the unit. I tested it in several different outlets to be sure that it wasn't the outlet. For the price I would expect the unit to last much longer than 10 months. If you do purchase it, I would suggest buying a warranty. I couldn't find one from the manufacturer. I can not state whether there was any noticeable difference in the air during the ten working months of this product.
UPDATE: I located the company's website and contacted them by phone (Toll-Free 1-800-668-9162. Don't bother contacting them by Email, they never answered me back). They told me that this product has a ten year warranty. They stated to ship it back (at my expense) and they would repair or replace it. It took about one week to return and they replaced the unit (not the bulb). I recently re installed it, but I am still unsure whether it is making any difference. I still question why it stopped working in the first place.
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