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"​Germs don't stand a chance!"

"Increase customer acquisition and retention through safety".

Light Blue Germicidal is not a cure-all or a silver bullet.  

It is another weapon to add to our national defense against germs and viruses.

"Improve employee satisfaction and absenteeism through an improved workplace​". 

Look as far as we are concerned if your place of business is cleaner and safer than the courthouse the government wont be able to shut your business's down.

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 Evidence shows a 5' apple has a great mass  of 127,000,000 nanometer's and fall's to the ground just as an apple should.


Pollen and spores have less mass 40,000 nanometers and can float for a long time.


Viruses are 50-150 nanometers  and are all around us all the time. 

 

James C Stunkard

Working Together, in Our Communities

We don't know any of the people in this picture,  but as business owners we do not want to see any of them get sick and possibly die 

from Covid-19 or any other non-cognitive germ or virus this is no time for you to cower down and let this thing run it's course.   Together we must fight !    We have your back .         Do you have theirs?

What Is UV-C Radiation

1. UV radiation

UV-C is part of the electromagnetic spectrum that ranges from 100-400nm. Because of the different characteristics of the wavelength regions within the range of the ultraviolet radiation, a subdivision has been made in Vacuum UV (100-200nm), UV-C (200-280nm), UV-B (280-315nm) and UV-A ( 315-400nm). UV-C (254nm) is mainly used for disinfection. The disinfecting effect of UV-C radiation has been known for more than 100 years and is used worldwide in a wide variety of applications.

2. The disinfecting effect

UV-C has a disinfecting effect because it affects the DNA structures of micro-organisms. It causes a photochemical effect in thymines. These dimerise, which means that two adjacent information carriers are improperly linked. This molecular change makes the DNA unusable for the essential process of transcription (metabolism) and replication (cell division). As a result, the micro-organism is made harmless and dies.

3. UV-C lamps

The most efficient method to produce UV-C is in the low-pressure mercury vapor discharge lamp, in which an average of 35% of the energy is converted to UV-C. Lamps of good quality are made of a special form of glass that blocks ozone-forming radiation and have a minimal dose of mercury. Philips lamps are also equipped with a special coating that keeps the intensity of radiation at least at 80% of the initial intensity until the end of its life.

4. Limits

For the exposure to UV-C radiation regulations exist. The Commission of the European Community has created a proposal for a guideline. In this proposal, the Threshold Limit Values for UV radiation as defined by the American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists (1993) was acquired. The TLVs applicable to exposure to UV-C radiation at 254 nm, are based on a value of 0,2 μWcm2 at a continuous exposure for 8 hours. The intensity of the radiation and the time of exposure together determine the dose. This means that variations in the intensity or exposure time interact inversely proportional. Overexposure to UV-C 254nm causes irritation of the skin (erythema) and eyes (conjunctivitis). These consequences can be painful but have no long term effect. The short-wave UV-C radiation, as opposed to UV with a longer wavelength, does not penetrate into the deeper layers of the skin or in the lens of the eye.

Light Blue Germicidal has the knowledge and the equipment In addition of experience in the application of UV-C for air-,surface-disinfection in virtually any industry.

With leasing payments as little as $10 a month

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