UV for Schools

Each day in the United States, roughly 56.6 million students attend public and private elementary, middle, and high school schools. Along with the additional 7 million staff members, students and employees are constantly susceptible to infectious illnesses like influenza and the common cold, which are transmitted via airborne and surface pathogens.

uvc installed at pace university
Featured Project: PACE University in NYC


Your UVC Solutions for Schools Include:

  • UV Fans
  • UV for HVAC Portfolio
  • UV Flow for upper air
  • UV Boxes and Cabinets
  • UV Water
  • UV Direct Lights for locker rooms
  • UV Mobile
  • UV Penta

How We Apply UVC For Schools

We get it; schools are filled with germs. Ask any seasoned teacher, and they will testify to students being a veritable petri-dish.  Kids cough and sneeze and spread pathogens to one another.  While we can’t eliminate flu season, we can significantly aid in infection control. Preventing illness is the best way to protect students, faculty, and staff members at a school.


How We Combat Pathogens With your HVAC Systems

Air-conditioning systems, and especially air handling units (AHU) are a perfect breeding ground for microbial organisms, pathogens, spores, molds, and more. Air recirculation, temperature fluctuations, and humidity allow microorganisms to connect and stick to surfaces inside the ventilation system. They create an unpleasant film called biofilm that can clog the filters and ducts, and can reduce system efficiency up to 40%. This can improve air quality, airflow, reduces maintenance, and can help cut down disease transmission and allergic reactions.





Why Choose Us?

At Light Progress, we’re committed to making better hygiene obtainable for all. School systems need to be better protected against harmful germs and bacteria. We’re here to help improve the air quality of your school. Installation is simple and our systems are a cost-effective way for schools to improve indoor air quality without destroying the heating/cooling efficiency of the HVAC by opening windows or bleeding more outside air into the existing HVAC air flow in order to increase the number of fresh air exchanges.

Our systems never stop working either; we don’t turn it off and back on.

We’re here to work with you. We’ll find a solution that fits your needs, goals, and requirements. Our team of experts has worked with small and large educational facilities. From daycare centers to college campuses.