Lighting Technology Leading the Blind Horse Restaurant Through Pandemic
Blind Horse Restaurant & Winery installs Far-UVC 222 light technology
US-based The Blind Horse Restaurant & Winery has enhanced its safety measures for diners and staff with the deployment of Far-UVC 222 light technology.
The technology has been developed by Florida–based company Healthe. It is designed to inactivate airborne and surface pathogens and viruses and keep occupied indoor spaces safe.
“Real–time mitigation of the virus has been our goal since this crisis began.”
— Thomas Nye, General Manager and Master Winemaker, The Blind Horse.
The Blind Horse installed the solution throughout the dining and bar areas of the restaurant and adjacent Granary building. The ceiling-mounted light produces a combination of general illumination and Far-UVC 222 sanitizing light to clean air and surfaces. It replaces traditional downlight cans and can be easily retrofitted into existing standard 6” housings. The Blind Horse is installing 18 lights throughout the property.
“Our solutions ensure that restaurants such as The Blind Horse can continue to provide the services and experience that customers expect while navigating ongoing operational challenges, including transitioning seating indoors as colder weather approaches.”
— Abe Morris, Healthe executive chairman
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