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Eden Park, a leading manufacturer of Far-UVC technology for continuous disinfection of air and surfaces, has released TrofferShield²²², the first dual-purpose recessed lighting for continuous disinfection of well-populated commercial spaces.
The lighting features thin-panel Far-UVC technology integrated into standard LED “troffer” lighting fixtures that fit into most 2′x2′ and 2′x4′ tiled drop ceilings. Used extensively in schools and healthcare institutions, each recessed fixture emits a focused band of Far-UVC 222nm to inactivate up to 99.9% of harmful viruses, bacteria, and pathogens, including SARS-CoV-2, Avian influenza, E. coli, MRSA, Norovirus, Staph, Candida, Swine Flu, Hepatitis, and Legionella, among others.
It is designed for use in any well-trafficked commercial or public spaces, such as hospitals, nursing homes, schools, assisted living communities, medical facilities, offices, and apartment buildings. “TrofferShield²²² is designed to leverage existing power and lighting spaces,” said Eden Park CEO, John Yerger. “It is ideal for any well-populated location where you need to combine lighting and continuous disinfection over a large area.”
TrofferShield²²² is discreet, effective, and ideal for nearly any commercial or residential application, especially for at-risk communities and stressed workforces around the world. It provides safe and effective continuous disinfection for a 10′x10′ space with ceilings up to
12′ in height. The built-in LED lighting is designed for adjustable CCT (3500 K, 4000 K, 5000 K).
It is perfect for sensitive, critical, or high-traffic areas where the harmful effects of airborne disease threaten the health and wellness of at-risk populations. Additional applications include spaces requiring office lighting, general illumination, hallway lighting, bathroom lighting, and more.
In addition to its disinfection capabilities, the company says it is easy to use and simple to install, resistance-proof, requires no change in human behavior since it is always working passively in the background, and can be tailored to each individual environment. Yerger continued, “Our Far-UVC technology can help prevent illness and save lives. And because our
solutions are made in the United States, we have the additional flexibility to quickly scale up, or down, to meet our client’s needs.”
For more information, visit Eden Park.