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The National Football League's Miami Dolphins are running an innovative air game inside the locker room, where about 40 Healthe ceiling troffers, such as the one in the middle foreground of the ceiling in this photo, are equipped with a filtration system and Crystal IS UV-C LEDs to attack the SARS-CoV-2 virus. (Photo credit: Image courtesy of Healthe Inc.)
The National Football League's Miami Dolphins are running an innovative air game inside the locker room, where about 40 Healthe ceiling troffers, such as the one in the middle foreground of the ceiling in this photo, are equipped with a filtration system and Crystal IS UV-C LEDs to attack the SARS-CoV-2 virus. (Photo credit: Image courtesy of Healthe Inc.)
The National Football League's Miami Dolphins are running an innovative air game inside the locker room, where about 40 Healthe ceiling troffers, such as the one in the middle foreground of the ceiling in this photo, are equipped with a filtration system and Crystal IS UV-C LEDs to attack the SARS-CoV-2 virus. (Photo credit: Image courtesy of Healthe Inc.)
The National Football League's Miami Dolphins are running an innovative air game inside the locker room, where about 40 Healthe ceiling troffers, such as the one in the middle foreground of the ceiling in this photo, are equipped with a filtration system and Crystal IS UV-C LEDs to attack the SARS-CoV-2 virus. (Photo credit: Image courtesy of Healthe Inc.)
The National Football League's Miami Dolphins are running an innovative air game inside the locker room, where about 40 Healthe ceiling troffers, such as the one in the middle foreground of the ceiling in this photo, are equipped with a filtration system and Crystal IS UV-C LEDs to attack the SARS-CoV-2 virus. (Photo credit: Image courtesy of Healthe Inc.)
Lighting for Health & Wellbeing

Crystal IS takes to the air again, working UV-C LEDs into Healthe ceiling luminaires to fight coronavirus (UPDATED)

Dec. 18, 2020
The troffers include circulation and filtration systems that boost effectiveness. Early users include the NFL's Miami Dolphins.