Florida House on Capitol Hill to Exhibit Violet Defense Technology in Washington, D.C.

ORLANDO, Florida., June 10, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Violet Defense, a Florida-based disinfection technology company is pleased to announce that its UV disinfection technology is now on the Florida House on Capitol Hill in the Washington, DC The technology system is used to clean and disinfect the building as part of their COVID-19 protocols.

Violet Defense is an innovative UV light technology company offering a full range of UV disinfection products for air and surfaces. Violet Defense uses the only known installable pulsed xenon solution that can be used to disinfect germs on both hard surfaces and in the air. It has been shown to be effective, through independent third-party testing, at killing up to 99.9% of coronaviruses, norovirus, MRSA, C. diff, salmonella, and E. coli.

Florida House serves as the Florida Message in Washington, DC and is the only state with an embassy. As a non-partisan, non-profit organization, Florida House is financed exclusively through private donations and does not receive any money from the State of Florida. It provides an inviting space for all Floridians and Floridians in the heart through its mission to connect, celebrate and promote Florida to the world.

“We are proud to partner with Florida House to educate the public about a new disinfection technology and its ability to create a clean and safe environment,” said Terrance Berland, CEO of Violet Defense. “We believe our Violet Defense technology will play a critical role in the future of public health and will help reduce or prevent the spread of dangerous germs. This exciting opportunity puts our technology at the center of the public eye while also giving us the ability to disinfect a busy public space. “

Violet Defense The Flash M3 system is exhibited and used regularly throughout the Florida House, one block from the US Capitol. Florida House will use smart sockets with controllers to operate the M3 mobile disinfection unit throughout the building.

“Florida House is committed to sharing the amazing innovations and opportunities that our great state is promoting,” said Diana Wisler Beckmann, General Manager of Florida House on Capitol Hill. “We are proud to share this exciting technology that will help us provide a healthier environment for our visitors visiting the only government embassy in our country’s capital.”

The Florida House is expected to have its next event on June 10, 2021. It has been open to visitors since then July 2020 and has a permanent collection of art from it Florida Artists, changing exhibitions, including the latest on Innovation & Creativity with the Cade Museum, and offers educational opportunities for students of all ages. Floridians and Floridians-at-hearted are invited to the only state embassy in. to visit Washington, DC and enjoy something Florida Orange juice.

About Violet Defense

Violet Defense uses UV disinfection to protect everyday rooms from harmful pathogens by killing up to 99.9% of E. coli, Salmonella, MRSA, C. diff., Norovirus, C. Auris and Coronavirus. Violet Defense’s technology is the only known pulsed xenon solution that can be installed in a room all day, creating a continuous way to meet the disinfection needs of all types of environments. For more information, visit www.violetdefense.com or follow us on Facebook (@violetdefense) or LinkedIn (@violetdefensetechnology).

About Florida House on Capitol Hill

Florida House on Capitol Hill is Florida state embassy in Washington, DCthat connects, celebrates and masters Florida to the world. Florida House has welcomed visitors, business and government leaders, students, and guests to the only state embassy in our nation’s capital since 1973. Open to the public during the week, Florida House is happy to welcome Floridians and Floridians-at-hearted to explore our permanent art exhibits, rotating exhibits, educational activities, and warm hospitality.

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