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July 8, 2013
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UVResources-070813-body.pngStinger UV-C fixturing from UV Resources is designed to destroy surface microbes and degrade organic materials that impede HVAC system efficiency, as well as contribute to allergies, poor IAQ, and airborne-transmitted disease. UV Resources says the Stinger keeps coils and drain pans clean and working, often without additional maintenance. Because it mounts from the exterior and requires no interior unit access, the Stinger UV-C fixture is ideal for hard-to-access HVAC equipment — even up to 5 tons — including fan coils, heat pumps, unit ventilators, terminal units or individual duct runs. The Stinger is ideal for critical areas too, units above ceilings, or in specialty equipment applications in hospitals, industrial plants, and pharmaceutical facilities. Stinger’s components are water resistant and are easily installed in most hard-to-access equipment. Simply create a small opening in any HVAC system, fan coil, plenum or duct, and install the reinforced, high-performance mounting base and neoprene gasket. The Stinger power socket utilizes a twist-on GU24 style connector for quick and inherently safe connections from soft-wired power or from its exclusive 24V-low voltage power supply. The Stinger comes complete with mounting base, gasket, power supply, power socket, lamp socket, lamp, and a high spectral reflector for use where needed.

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