An effective sanitization program should include multiple layers of protection. The Entry provides the first line of defense in reducing microbes on clothing and personal belongings as people enter a space. The Entry utilizes Far-UVC light, a narrow band of ultraviolet radiation proven to penetrate and inactivate air and surface microbes. Unlike conventual UVC, Studies* indicate no harm to humans from continuous low dosages of 222 nanometer, far-UVC light. Yet the source effectively inactivates over 90% of contaminants, based on the intensity and brief exposure time described.
Position the Entry next to any high traffic or critical entry point. Simply step into the Entry and make a slow 360° turn for 20 seconds to reduce the risk of transmission of surface bacteria, pathogens and spores from external sources entering the building, keeping people healthy while benefiting productivity and reducing sick leave.
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In today’s global environment, we have experienced first-hand how our connectivity leads to the exponential growth rate of infectious disease. It is therefore an easy exercise to identify locations for entry sanitization in critical infrastructure, such as healthcare clinics, hospitals, medical, office buildings, assisted living communities, retail, schools, day cares, prisons, and transportation hubs.
HOW QUICKLY DO PATHOGENS SPREAD INSIDE A BUILDING?
Infectious pathogens are transmitted through three environmental routes: air, surface contact, and water. Main pathogen migration routes into healthcare, corporate or public facilities are through infected patients bodies or germs riding on clothing or shoes. Pathogens are freely swirling about everywhere, and while mostly are managed by our bodies own defence systems, many pathogens will cause illness and harm. Depending on the type of organism, it can remain a threat for days, even up to months. Organisms can live on any surface and be spread through aerosolization, inhalation, and direct contact with a contaminated surface. These deadly pathogens migrate from room to room as with each step, and through ducted air systems, traveling freely into all locations.