After five-plus years of research and development scientists at 50 Cities Inc. announced the successful development, installations and testing of a scalable solution to purify the air in areas where people gather.

Through the innovative use of Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation (UVGI) over 400-plus pathogens types can be disabled (unable to reproduce or infect by damaging their DNA). Eliminating bacteria, mold and viruses from the air. Software-enabled airflow modeling optimizes the pathogen exposure to UVC thereby exchanging the air in a 1,000 square foot room every 20 minutes continuously, 24/7/365.

Dr Wladyslaw Kolwalski, World UV Expert and author of Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation Handbook: UVGI for Air and Surface Disinfection stated, “Ultraviolet light destroys the DNA of viruses, bacteria and fungi.”

The 50 Cities, Pathogen Eradicator, currently is installed in medical, dental and restaurants with versions planned for elevators, locker rooms, theaters and any enclosed area where people gather.

50 Cities is dedicated to improving human health outcomes by developing and adapting technologies that clean, purify and disinfect indoor air. Because of Covid-19 and after careful analysis, we have adapted our business model to demonstrate how our innovative technology can be remarkably fast, safe and effective at the earliest stages of emergent and hyper-local contagions and widespread pandemics. 

Originally Published at QSR Magazine


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Fields and Status of the inventions: The Transmissibility Solution

Using proprietary methods, 50 Cities ultraviolet air purification technology is able to maintain indoor air at non-infectious levels, cleaner than outdoor air. White paper supported and field test substantiated technology. As we pursue mass-manufacturing efforts, 50 Cities is seeking collaborators interested in the opportunity to participate in the development of a mutually beneficial air purification business. Human capital, financial capital, sales opportunities, and other means of participation will be considered.