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UlTraviolet-C Basics

UVC is Generic

  • All UVC is created equal.

  • Lethal dose varies by species (≈6-10 mJ/cm 2 for log 3 kill).

  • Kill rate is dose dependent and logarithmic.

  • No known resistant organisms or “superbugs”.

Published Lethal UVC Doses

UVC Limitations

  • Distance to target is extremely crucial.

  • Angle of Incidence to target is extremely crucial.

  • Very poor reflective properties off most surfaces.

  • Does not penetrate glass, plastic or vinyl.

  • Only effective “Line-of-Sight”: No direct light, no kill.

UVC in Healthcare

UVC has been trusted and relied on by hospitals for more than 50 years.

Germs On AIrplanes

Real Staph Samples from a Recent Flight

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Our international air travel network is amazing, but we've eliminated Earth's natural barriers that once regionally contained humans and germs.

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Harvard and MIT found a strong correlation between air passenger volume and influenza severity over a 15 year time interval.

CDC and NIOSH reported flight attendant illness rates 4x that of office workers and 2x that of school teachers.

Researchers from Auburn University found infectious bacteria and viruses can survive on untreated airplane surfaces for 7 days.

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AIR TRAVEL AND COMMUNICABLE DISEASES

Comprehensive Federal Plan Needed for US Aviation System's Preparedness

In 2009, a passenger with Norovirus vomited on a commercial aircraft. Over the next 5 days, 43% of flight attendants on that aircraft developed Norovirus.

(Exposed passengers were not contacted by the airline.)

PERCEPTION

Do you believe you became sick from germs caught on an airplane in the last 5 years?

Most passengers suspect germs from an airplane have made them sick.

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