Data for interpreting virus inactivation on N95 face filtering respirators (FFRs) by ultraviolet (UV) radiation are important in developing UV strategies for N95 FFR disinfection and reuse for any situation, whether it be everyday practices, contingency planning for expected shortages, or crisis planning for known shortages. Data regarding the integrity, form, fit, and function of […]
We studied two typical contract fabrics (polyester and wool) and cotton for HCoV-OC43 (ATCC #VR-1558) persistence up to 24 h using a modified ISO 18184 test protocol.
In this segment of the Saturday Side Hustle, Scott Lloyd discusses with Matt Hardwick, founder of Resinnova Labs, the challenges of starting a business and tips for a smooth transition from employee to entrepreneur. They also discuss how COVID-19 changed the game for Resinnova, which provides testing services for surface contaminants and other useful services that have helped us all through the pandemic.
See how ResInnova Laboratory uses ultraviolet light as a tool to help businesses feel safe as things open back up.
To combat COVID-19 amid supply shortages in 2020, health care facilities across the U.S. resorted to disinfecting personal protective equipment (PPE), such as N95 masks, for reuse with methods such as ultraviolet (UV) light. But questions lingered about the safety and efficacy of these methods and how best to implement them.
With science showing more risk for coronavirus exposure indoors, industries are scrambling to figure out how to make customers feel safe enough to return. One technology now in high demand is ultraviolet light. Investigative Reporter Jodie Fleischer reports on a local company’s role in proving it works and the local places where it’s already in use.