How You Can Maintain Your Ultraviolet
Air Treatment System
Your should regularly clean your ultraviolet lamps to maintain
your air treatment system. And once every year, you must
remember to replace your ultraviolet lamps.
Personal Injury Hazard.
Power supply can cause electrical shock.
Disconnect power supply before cleaning or replacing
Do not open base unit or lamp knob; there are no
user-serviceable components inside.
Breakable Glass Hazard.
Can cause personal injury.
Be careful when inserting lamp(s) into lamp base.
Wear protective gloves when handling lamp(s).
Cleaning Your Lamps Every Three Months
This device contains mercury in the sealed ultraviolet
lamp(s). Do not place your used lamp(s) in the trash.
Dispose of properly.
Broken Lamp Cleanup.
Do not use a household vacuum.
Sweep debris into a plastic bag and dispose of
Contact your local waste management authority for
instructions regarding recycling and the proper
disposal of old lamp(s).
Lamp cleaning is recommended as routine maintenance four
times a year or every three months (quarterly). Use the
Ultraviolet Lamp Cleaning Reminder Schedule, Fig. 4, to help
you establish and track your regular cleaning schedule.
UV Lamp Burn Hazard.
Harmful to bare skin.
Can cause severe burns.
Disconnect power 15 minutes before removing the
UV100E ULTRAVIOLET AIR TREATMENT SYSTEM
UV LAMP CLEANING REMINDER SCHEDULE
INSTALLATION DATE: (month)
Fig. 4. Ultraviolet lamp cleaning reminder schedule.
To clean your lamps:
1. Disconnect the power to your HVAC system.
2. Unplug your ultraviolet air treatment system cord from
the electrical outlet and allow the lamps to cool for at
least 15 minutes.
3. Rotate your lamp knob counterclockwise and gently pull
the lamp knob to remove the lamp(s).
4. Holding only the lamp knob, wipe the lamp glass using a
soft cloth with window cleaner applied to it. Do not touch
the lamp surface with your hands. Use only the cloth.
5. To ensure that the lamp indicator continues to function,
use a moistened cotton swab to gently remove any dust
that may have collected between the lamp light indicator
on the base and the black lamp base.
6. Wipe your lamps with a clean, dry cloth.
7. Put your clean lamps back into the unit base by follow-
ing Replacing Your Lamps (Annually) section steps 5, 6,
UV Light Hazard.
Harmful to bare skin and eyes.
Can cause temporary or permanent loss of vision.
Never look at the lamps while illuminated.
Only view illumination by way of the light indicator
located on the lamp knob.
To prevent exposure to ultraviolet light, disconnect
power to the ultraviolet air treatment system before
servicing any part of the heating/air conditioning
8. Plug the cord into the nearby 120 Vac electrical outlet.
9. Verify that the ultraviolet lamp(s) are operating only by
viewing through the lamp light indicator on the lamp
knob. Never look directly at your lamps while illumi-
10. Reconnect the power to your HVAC system.