October 21, 2021

Southwest Florida Roundup

Energy Harness' fixture uses UV light to kill airborne pathogens

Art Levy | 9/28/2021

The fixture, which underwent testing at Florida Gulf Coast University, works by exposing indoor air to a large dose of high-energy UV-C light as the air passes through the device. LED Magazine named the Active Airflow UV-C a 2021 finalist in its annual Sapphire Awards contest, which honors innovation in the LED industry.

This story also features expert opinions, business briefs and people in the news: Energy Harness; Peter Lehrer; Virginia Shearer; Sarasota Art Museum of Ringling College; Baker Museum; Saint Leo University; Hodges University; Janice Caprio; David de la Parte; Merritt Martin; Darren Lydting; Sarabdeep “Sabi” Singh


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