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Becker's Hospital Review lists Indigo-Clean in the top 100 for products designed to disinfect, reduce preventable complications, stop the spread of germs and make surgery safer for patients.
Kenall's Indigo-Clean continuous environmental disinfection technology has expanded its range of solutions into critical healthcare applications beyond the Operating Room
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), approximately 1 in every 25 U.S. hospital patients contracts an infection in a health care setting.
Indigo-Clean uses blended blue-violet and white light-emitting diodes (LEDs) to produce a visible HINS light with a wavelength of 405 nanometers, which is considered the peak antimicrobial wavelength.
The United Hospital System’s test of Indigo-Clean’s bacteria-killing lighting fixtures has been so effective that hospital officials are preparing for the next phase of a pilot test.
As part of a tour of Southeast Wisconsin manufacturers, current Speaker of the House, Congressman Paul Ryan (R-WI 1st District) visited Kenall Manufacturing and toured Kenall’s new, vertically integrated corporate headquarters and manufacturing plant.
Patients at Froedtert and the Medical College of Wisconsin may notice the lights in one of the waiting rooms are a little out of the ordinary.
Indigo-Clean's segement starts at 3:42 and runs about 1 minute. The longer wavelengths of visible light could be key to curbing infection and keeping our food safe. Check out the BLUESHIFT in decontamination this week on Light Matters.
A Kenosha company is poised to begin marketing bacteria-killing light fixtures that could open a new front in the war on hospital-acquired infections.
Kenall Manufacturing today introduced Indigo-Clean™, a light fixture that safely and continuously kills harmful bacteria linked to healthcare acquired infections including MRSA, C. diff and VRE.
You may not just being feeling blue next time you’re at the hospital. You could be seeing it and it could help make you feel a little bit brighter.