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UV Lights and Lamps: Ultraviolet-C Radiation, Disinfection, and Coronavirus

Given the current outbreak of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) disease caused by the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, consumers may be interested in purchasing ultraviolet-C (UVC) lamps to disinfect surfaces in the home or similar spaces. The FDA is providing answers to consumers’ questions about the use of these lamps for disinfection during the COVID-19 pandemic. Click here to learn more….

Let's Clear the Air.

Aerobioloy is the study of airborne microorganisms, pollen, spores and seeds. Aerobiology includes the atomised transmission of disease, both through droplets and airborne means. Click here to read more….

MegaFan AirClean.

Ultraviolet light in the c-band range (225–302 nm) is lethal to micro-organisms and is referred to as ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UVGI). It is well known for its germicidal – or germ killing – properties and is used extensively for water and surface treatment. Historically, airstream disinfection has proven less predictable. This is due to underspecifying the UVC dosage and poor design. Click here to learn more ….

Why Indoor air quality matters.

A strange fragment of memory cropped up each time Holly Samuelson went into the washroom at her office: high school biology class “It happened a few times,” she says. Click here to read more….