The Blind Horse Restaurant Leading the Industry with Lighting Science

Combating Coronavirus: How One Independent Restaurant Saw the Light

Healthe’s far-UVC technology is making inroads into restaurants, starting with The Blind Horse Restaurant & Winery, an independently owned and operated restaurant located in Kohler, Wisconsin.

“We are excited to deploy this technology and to obtain the added peace of mind it will provide. The installation comes at an especially critical time for restaurants in the Midwest and throughout the country as outdoor dining ceases to be a viable option and diners head indoors.”

— 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.

“I’m excited to see new technology being installed at The Blind Horse that can be a potential shining light to an industry that is suffering right now […] It’s impressive that The Blind Horse has invested in such groundbreaking technology in Sheboygan County to help keep our citizens safe.”

— Dave Roettger, Health Inspector, Sheboygan County.

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