A Division of DiversiTech

Fresh-Aire UV is an innovation leader in the field of indoor air quality. Our award-winning UV light and carbon products fight mold, bacteria, viruses and odors in commercial and residential HVACR systems. Our products include Blue-Tube UV®, the world’s most popular germicidal UV light, the revolutionary APCO® PCO/carbon whole-house air purifier, and Mini UV the first UV light system designed specifically for mini-split AC systems.

Our company is continually striving to engineer, develop, and market products to meet the demand for a greener world and a healthier environment. Our popular germicidal UV light systems for central air systems improve indoor air quality, enhance HVAC system performance and reduce maintenance costs.

CORPORATE ASSETS

Ozone Free

Innovation is the Key

Our success may be a direct result of our commitment to research and development. With numerous patents and patents pending Triatomic Environmental is constantly striving to create practical solutions that benefit our health and the environment.

Corporate History

Fresh-Aire UV started as Triatomic Environmental, which was originally formed in 1988 as an engineering company that manufactured ozone generators and other indoor air quality products. In 2001, the company expanded its focus with the introduction of the original Fresh-Aire UV brand of germicidal UVC air handler treatment systems.
January 2003 saw the release of the Pulsed-UV Air Treatment System for single pass treatment of airborne microorganisms for use in commercial applications. In 2004, Fresh-Aire UV released UV Filter, a combined 1” reactive filter media and UVC light.

The hugely popular Blue Tube UV debuted in 2005. This innovative product design features a quick and simple low voltage solution for HVAC contractors to install UVC lights in furnaces and air handlers. Ice UV (for ice machine disinfection) was introduced in 2008 as was the Purity Whole-House system (UVC light combined with MERV11 filtration).

2011 saw the introduction of the APCO line of products which combine UVC disinfection with activated carbon catalyst cells. APCO’s ability to neutralize both biological and VOC contaminants without producing harmful ozone earned it the prestigious 2011 AHR Innovation Award for indoor air quality. Mini UV was also introduced in 2011. It addresses biofouling in mini-split AC systems. It was updated in 2019 to Mini UV LED, one of the first UV LED disinfection products. 2019 was also the year that Purity Low Profile (polarized electronic particulate filtration) was added to the Fresh-Aire UV product line. In 2021 Fresh-Aire UV joined forces with DiversiTech Corporation.

OUR GREEN MISSION

UV Products Promote Health & Energy Conservation

Fresh-Aire UV manufactures a wide range of germicidal ultraviolet light products designed to help reduce energy usage and system maintenance, and increase equipment service life. The products apply to systems such as heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) systems, PTAC’s, fan coils, mini-splits, commercial HVAC systems, ice machines, and grease hoods.

LEED Accreditation

The Fresh-Aire UV light technologies meets LEED accreditation requirements for indoor environmental quality, through reduced energy usage and reduced system maintenance and cleanings with hazardous chemicals.

Recycling / Eco-Friendly

Fresh-Aire UV re-manufactures warranted and returned products and is developing a consumer UV-C lamp return system.

All Fresh-Aire UV marketing literature is printed on sustainably sourced paper using environmentally friendly inks. The majority of our advertising is electronic not paper-based.

Energy Conservation

The Jupiter Florida facilities of Fresh-Aire UV have implemented the following programs:
• High SEER rated variable-speed HVAC systems in the plant and offices.
• UV-C lights and Purity Filtration systems reduce energy robbing mold growth and improved indoor air quality which saves 5-8% on AC bill and reduces worker sick days.
• Programmable thermostats
• Energy star electronic ballasts and CFL lamps throughout the entire building.