The Ambrosia Italian restaurant, recently installed upper-air ultraviolet units, also known as UVGI, to help keep its staff and customers safe and healthy. Ambrosia has been an Indianapolis icon for over 40-years, providing Italian family recipes in a warm, friendly atmosphere.
Ambrosia owner Dan Cage said, “Once we became educated on the purpose and efficacy of the UVGI units by Dan Fillenwarth at Lumin-Air, we didn’t hesitate to get them installed. The units have been a great addition to our existing efforts in creating the healthiest & safest environment possible for our staff & guests.”
The upper-air UV units Ambrosia installed provide a thin beam of UVC above people’s heads that inactivates pathogens like SARS-CoV-2. The CDC has been recommending these units throughout this current pandemic, and recently reaffirmed their use in their December 21 update on ventilation (https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/ventilation.html)
Upper-air UV units were first used in Philadelphia schools in the late 1930’s to fight measles. They’ve been used extensively to fight tuberculosis, and are now helping to stop the spread of COVID-19. These units are also effective against influenza and other airborne diseases.
Check out the new installation at Ambrosia restaurant in Indianapolis for carryout or dine-in, and satisfy yourself with great food in a friendly, healthy environment. https://www.ambrosiaindy.com/
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