Lighting Science Group Common Stock (OTCMKTS: LSCG) is a making an explosive move up the charts in recent months off its double zero lows to recent highs near $0.50. The stock has attracted legions of shareholders along the way that continue to bid the stock higher.
The Company has been getting noticed as its patented UV air and surface sanitization products technologies that utilize the known germicidal properties of UV light to inactivate airborne and surface viruses and bacteria gain traction and market acceptance. Recently the Miami Dolphins began to install Healthe Cleanse®️ technology across its headquarters.
Lighting Science Group (OTCMKTS: LSCG); is the technology leader in developing and deploying commercial and consumer solutions for UV air and surface sanitization and LED circadian lighting. These state-of-the-art products inactivate viruses and bacteria in the air and on surfaces, improve air quality, regulate the body’s internal clock, boost performance and enhance sleep. Its heritage lies in Lighting Science and NASA scientists who spent decades developing LED lighting technology for biological applications. This technology is now being adopted as part of the standard for the modern, human-centric built environment in a variety of applications including homes, schools, offices, hotels, senior communities and healthcare facilities.
The Company has patented commercial and consumer-grade technologies that utilize the known germicidal properties of UV light to inactivate airborne and surface viruses and bacteria. LSCG state-of-the-art sanitization solutions include a walkthrough Cleanse® Portal that utilizes Far-UVC light to sanitize clothing and personal belongings and two Air-Sanitizing Troffers in key staff areas to continuously cleanse and circulate the air. A growing library of evidence, including independent research published in peer-reviewed scientific and medical journals, demonstrates that Far-UVC light is effective at inactivating pathogens in the air and on surfaces and is safe for indoor environments.
The Cleanse Portal is a free-standing, walkthrough arch sanitizer, similar in size and shape to a metal detector. It removes up to 90 percent of the viral load on items in just 20 seconds and can function in always-on or motion-activated modes. The Cleanse Portal has been strategically installed at the community’s main entrance.
The Cleanse Air-Sanitizing Troffer utilizes a multi-stage process to trap pollutants and inactivate viruses and bacteria, in addition to providing room illumination. The low-profile troffer draws room air through a HEPA filter, then exposes the air to UVA and UVC light that targets remaining airborne pathogens, achieving a 99.9% kill rate in the expelled air. The UV components are contained within the Troffer, avoiding human exposure. The Troffer can be retrofitted into existing, standard 2’ x 4’ troffer housings and is ideal for use in common areas. The Troffers have been installed at the community’s delivery and receiving entrances.
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Recently the Company reported the Miami Dolphins has begun to install Healthe Cleanse®️ technology across its headquarters to help inactivate coronavirus pathogens. On Sunday, The Miami Herald published an article detailing the Dolphins’ plans.
The team has already begun installing its UV-C air-sanitizing troffers ⎼ ceiling fixtures that feature HEPA-Carbon activated filtration and UV sanitization ⎼ in the locker room. The devices help to improve localized air quality by filtering and inactivating airborne microbes and returning cleansed air to the space. The team will install a total of 40 Cleanse® troffers around the facility. The Dolphins also plan to implement Healthe’s Cleanse® downlights which use a novel Far-UVC 222nm source shown to be a highly effective germicidal, but uniquely safe for occupied spaces.
Also recently the Capstone at Royal Palm, a new assisted living and memory care community operated by Integral Senior Living and developed by Hunt Midwest, announced today that it is the first senior living community in the United States to install state-of-the-art sanitization solutions, to help its community reach a safer and healthier new normal. Developed by Melbourne, Fla. based Healthe, Inc., these products include a walkthrough Cleanse® Portal that utilizes Far-UVC light to sanitize clothing and personal belongings and two Air-Sanitizing Troffers in key staff areas to continuously cleanse and circulate the air.
“The well-being of our residents, associates and guests is our top priority. These innovative products utilize Far-UVC light, which scientific studies have proven to inactivate coronaviruses, and provide additional layers of sanitization beyond the significant protective measures we have already taken to safeguard our community.” said Jeffery Smith, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing. “We are excited to install this leading-edge protective technology to further safeguard our community.”
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Currently running up the charts LSCG is an exciting story developing in small caps; its patented UV air and surface sanitization products that utilize the known germicidal properties of UV light to inactivate airborne and surface viruses and bacteria are gaining traction and market acceptance. Several major business are adopting LSCG sanitization products including the Miami Dolphins who recently began to install Healthe Cleanse®️ technology across its headquarters. LSCG has been getting featured in mainstream press and is starting to get noticed. We will be updating on LSCG when more details emerge so make sure you are subscribed to Microcapdaily so you know what’s going on with LSCG.
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