Atlantic City: Resorts Casino Hotel to install ultraviolet technology

Resorts Casino Hotel in Atlantic City announced Thursday that it will be installing state of the art Focused Multivector Ultraviolet (FMUV) light technology from PurpleSun to provide a safer gaming and entertainment environment for its guests.

The installation is part of Resorts’ Play Safe, Work Safe plan to responsibly welcome back guests and team members after its closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Resorts Casino Hotel has taken measures to ensure that employees and guests are safe when either coming to work or visiting the property. The property will reopen on July 2.

“PurpleSun’s mobile FMUV light technology will ensure our sanitization process is by far one of the best in the gaming industry,” Mark Giannantonio, President and CEO of Resorts Casino and Hotel, said in a news release.

PurpleSun’s novel light-based technology platform, FMUV Shadowless Delivery, is an ultraviolet solution that was a primary line of defense for some of the country’s top healthcare institutions such as Hackensack Meridian Health and Northwell Health during the COVID-19 crisis and in the reopening. PurpleSun provides smart, data-driven and sustainable solutions to automate the process for disinfection of rooms and equipment. The PurpleSun products offer best-in-class efficacy, speed and workflow, treating contaminated areas and equipment for the purposes of disinfection in just 100 seconds with 99.9% efficacy.

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