What's that smell? Restaurants, retail stores, hotels, and commercial offices may look clean, but if there is an odor, there is a problem.
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LEDs are now the primary lighting option for most commercial buildings. But when it comes to disinfectant lighting, traditional light sources like low pressure mercury tubes are still dominant.
LED technology has brought about new innovations and more options in the lighting industry. Manufacturers are constantly coming out with new products that give the consumer more options.
One of those recent innovations: Color and wattage selectable LED fixtures.
When someone hands you a bottle of water, you probably don't think twice about the quality of it before you take a sip. If that same person handed you a glass of tap water from the sink, you may be a little more hesitant about drinking it.
When you walk in a building, you probably don't think twice about the quality of the air you're breathing. But maybe it's time that you should.
Yes, it’s true. Some light bulbs and lighting products are considered illegal in certain states.
Cleaning products are necessary for keeping employees, tenants, customers, and students safe in commercial buildings and facilities.
When the pandemic started, everyone was looking for ways to protect employees, customers, tenants, and students. Bipolar ionization quickly became one of the top options to disinfect air. It was touted as a potential 'secret weapon' against COVID-19.
But now, there is a federal lawsuit filed against one of the makers of bipolar ionization technology.
Creating clean, safe environments is now the focus for many commercial buildings. As we learn more about cleaning products and how they work, it's also important to learn how to use them properly.
When the pandemic hit, there was flurry of action to stop the spread of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. One of the primary concerns was frequently disinfecting surfaces.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently changed its guidelines for disinfecting, now only recommending the use of disinfectants under certain circumstances.
It's happening again. One of our manufacturing partners has stopped making a lighting product, specifically compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs).
The signs have been pointing to this direction for some time.