Disinfection comes in many forms and is often misunderstood. What is generally
believed to be a straightforward approach is far more complex than what most non-virologists understand. Viruses and bacteria have a wide range of biological characteristics and react to disinfection efforts differently. Depending on the
approach, chemical disinfection will only temporarily disable the ability of an organism to replicate (deactivation), while other
physical approaches will fully neutralize and eradicate an organism.
To mitigate the potential spread of viruses in public buildings, Cambridge Research & Development has developed a solution which deactivates the impact of contagious viruses by developing a continuous solution to high-touch locations with the integration of UVC light.
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