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  • Holding our Breath

    Holding our Breath

    As a child, I could never hold my breath very long.  I grew up in Baltimore with three brothers and a sister, and to say we were competitive would be an understatement.
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  • Size Matters

    Size Matters

    It's no surprise that high-end air purification systems are the best defense for fighting aerosol-based biological pathogens like the coronavirus.
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  • The Power of Your Voice

    The Power of Your Voice

    Life, as we know it, around the world, changed forever in 2020.  It's not unfair to say that life for us in the US has been changing steadily over the past four years. 
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  • Help at the White House

    Help at the White House

    I know a good number of our customers are up to speed on the technology behind germicidal ultra-violet light, and the benefits of sterilizing indoor air to minimize the chances of airborne viruses being spread not just through the air but on surfaces. 
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  • The Race Continues

    The Race Continues

    The Tour le France is not only the largest sporting event in the world but, in my opinion, the most grueling and challenging. 
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  • Lessons from the 1918 Influenza Pandemic

    Lessons from the 1918 Influenza Pandemic

    I've been curious about what changed after the last pandemic, the Spanish Flu of 1918.  I remember in high school, not being a fan of history, and looked forward to college where I could elect to avoid the curriculum. 
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  • Does UVC  Sterilize the COVID-19?

    Does UVC Sterilize the COVID-19?

    The debate continues over the effectiveness of UV light on Covid-19, so I’d like to start this blog  with my frequent disclaimer in the forward to ensure readers don’t miss this point.  
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  • The Art and Science of Face Masking

    The Art and Science of Face Masking

    While it’s possible to contract the coronavirus through contact and items we touch containing droplets of the virus, research is showing that the virus is most often spread through the air or airborne transmissions (the virus is suspended in the air as an aerosol in fine particles).
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