• In media
  • August 28th, 2020
  • By Fred Segal

Forbes article highlights the potential for Far-UVC to make residential living spaces safer

On Tuesday, Forbes published an article that included an interview with Columbia University’s Center for Radiology Research’s Dr. David Brenner about the potential for Far-UVC light in residential living spaces. Among many other things, Dr.

Forbes article highlights the potential for Far-UVC to make residential living spaces safer

On Tuesday, Forbes published an article that included an interview with Columbia University’s Center for Radiology Research’s Dr. David Brenner about the potential for Far-UVC light in residential living spaces. Among many other things, Dr. Brenner told Forbes:

“One plus is that far-UVC lamps would be useful to reduce not only the transmission of COVID-19 but, ongoing, also other airborne diseases such as seasonal influenza, measles and TB – not to mention the next pandemic virus when it comes. I might just add in terms of safety, that there are already national and international regulations as to how much UV light of a particular wavelength people can safely be exposed to. The far-UVC vendors are designing their lamps to stay well within these regulatory safety limits.”

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