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‘Join The Fight With Light’: New UV Tech Can Help Struggling Industries Return

Kryptolights, a startup based in Phoenix, Arizona, is commercializing a new technology to offer cost-effective Far-UV products that can seamlessly integrate into people’s lives. “This type of lighting will be integral to everyone’s future,” says Kryptolights co-founder Shey Godoy. “To have a device that continuously reduces the viral load in any occupied space is vital to building a pandemic-proof future.” Six years ago, a newly recognized spectrum of light showed promise to safely eradicate pathogens while in the presence of humans. Pioneered by Columbia University scientists, “Far-UV” (defined as the range of 207-230 nm on the light spectrum) was intended to prevent the…
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