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Summary Testing 2007-2010 

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Test Comparsion Chart (Below)

The dose (irradiance) does not represent a minimum to attain a complete kill. It only represents a complete kill at the dose we chose to perform the test. The minimum dose for complete kill for all pathogens except the B. atrophaeus spore will most probably be lower (shifting the curves and points to the left). The Far-UV Sterilray™ Disinfection Wand achieved a log 4 reduction at less than 10 mj/cm2 for Acinetobacter and MRSA and the noroviruses (FeCV). The C-diff spore is harder to kill per the blue line on the chart but still a very low dose is required to get a log 3 and log 4. We need additional data points to confirm this assumption. The avian flu and influenza virus should fall between the C-diff spore and the Acinetobacter bacteria. A log 3 to 4 reduction should take less than 1/2 second to achieve with the Far-UV Sterilray™ Disinfection Wand. Above tests performed Dec. 2006-Jan. 2007

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