The Halo Disinfection System

by Mr. David St.Clair of Halosil International

Posted to 11 on 4/22/2020 at 5:24 PM

{"ops":[{"insert":"All Chamber of Commerce members are thinking about how the Region's businesses, universities, schools and cultural sites will handle the re-opening process when the COVID-19 pandemic has lessened its grip on our region. We all suspect that this disease is not going to go away; experts believe it will linger and recirculate, perhaps annually like the flu, for years to come. And many believe that we will see other pandemics as the world warms and our population grows. Those predictions requires a tactical response and a long-term \"maintenance\" plan for all organizations in our area.\n\nHalosil International, Inc. of New Castle, Delaware is widely recognized as having developed the most effective and most affordable whole-room disinfection system on the market today. While we built our reputation on our successes in hospitals, long-term care facilities and life sciences research laboratories, the Halo Disinfection System has also been used for years now in domestic and international settings as diverse as emergency vehicles, Military Academy locker and football equipment rooms, childcare centers, high school gymnasiums, marijuana greenhouses... \n\nPennsylvania Hospital in Philadelphia was the first customer for our systems, and they still use them today to fight healthcare-acquired infections like "},{"attributes":{"italic":true},"insert":"C. difficile"},{"insert":" ("},{"attributes":{"italic":true},"insert":"C diff"},{"insert":" kills almost 30,000 people each year from infections they catch while being treated for something else entirely.) The spores created by "},{"attributes":{"italic":true},"insert":"C. diff "},{"insert":"bacteria are the hardest of any pathogen for disinfectants to kill - and we essentially sterilize entire rooms by eliminating 99.9999% of them. The SARS-CoV-19 virus, on the other hand, is one of the easiest type of pathogen to kill for disinfectants.\n \nOur products are now being purchased by major transportation systems (Chicago, Boston, Dallas) to ensure that their rolling stock is safer for their employees and their customers. Building managers are purchasing multiple units preparing for the day when the lock-downs are lifted and for all the days after that. Schools all over the Greater Philadelphia Region have been using the system to try to keep staff and children safer every day. First responders all over the country - civilian and military - are buying our systems to fog the insides of their squad cars, holding cells, emergency vehicles, fire houses.\n\nHalosil International has the technology and the price point to help organizations with facilities to better protect their employees and their public in a time of crisis, but also when the day-to-day illnesses and infections are spreading. The use of each HaloFogger will go down when this crisis passes, but they will still be used to try to help keep our lives \"the new normal\" for years to come.\n\nYou don't need to talk with us - there are different ways (often more expensive, of course!) to help your employees, your public and, perhaps, yourself feel more comfortable going forward. We'd suggest that you leaders choose one of those ways and prepare for the future.\n"}]}


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