ALA is pleased to announce a new partnership with the representation of Vital Vio in the North Texas market.
Colleen Costello was a junior in college when her grandmother was admitted to a hospital after a mild accident. What was expected to be a routine single night stay turned into more than a week when Costello’s grandmother was diagnosed with an MRSA infection. After some research, it became apparent to Costello that this wasn’t an isolated incident. One in 25 patients contract a healthcare-related bacterial infection in hospitals. While still in college Costello and her team began researching smarter ways to manage bacteria levels. This led to growing a talented team and subsequently the development of Vital Vio’s patented white-light solution.
Today, Vital Vio is focused on making our products available to any facility that is interested in protection against bacteria, fungi, yeast, and mold.
Vital Vio’s lighting is very different from ultraviolet (UV) light that attacks the DNA structure of a microbe and is very dangerous for human exposure.
Vital Vio’s patented antimicrobial light technology delivers a precise spectrum of visible light (400nm – 420nm) that initiates a photo-activation of porphyrin molecules found exclusively inside microbes (not humans, pets or plants). This photo-activation leads to the production of Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS). In high doses, ROS cause irreparable damage to the cellular structure, which leads to bacterial cell death. For more information, visit more in-depth resources here: The Science Behind Vital Vio.
Where to Find Vital Vio Light Technology
Vital Vio can be utilized across many program types and has the ability to work during high traffic times as well as off-hours. With several real-world studies and peer-reviewed white papers, Vital Vio has proven technology in combatting bacterial growth. All of these resources can be made available upon request.
Timelapse Video on the Effectiveness of the Vital Vio Product
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