Company Name: Delafield Solutions, LLC
What We Do
Delafield owns rights to a patented technology that produces hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) gas from the air (it is safe for use, has toxicology tests and meets the US EPA guidelines). It is either placed in a room or the HVAC system of a building and disinfects the air and surfaces by killing viruses and bacteria. This includes MRSA, C. Diff, e. Coli, mold, Swine flu, etc. It also kills and repels insects such as spiders, bed bugs, flies (but not cockroaches) that have what are known as book lungs. Once turned on, it highly disinfects a room or building in 6-72 hours and then maintains a highly disinfected environment continually. Again, at our levels, it is safe for human continuous exposure as all animals produce hydrogen peroxide naturally in their lungs. Users would be hospitals, hotels/cruise ships, commercial office space to prevent mold and insects, and home use. While mostly odorless, it has a faint scent that is very fresh smelling. Each machine costs about the same as a high end air purifier but works much better.
Industry: Medical & Dental
Things to Communicate Through Our Design
Infectious disease officers at hospitals, Presidents and COO of upscale hotel chains, facilities managers at private and government buildings (greatly reduces the spread of biological weapons before we even know there is a threat), mothers who want a machine for their nursery or for their home in general.
We Like These Designs (fonts, colors, style)
We want an image that is able to stand alone from any text as we will have the logo on each machine (sort of an Intel inside concept). The design should be crisp and clean, colors should be bright and fresh, yet very professional looking (our initial clients are CEOs, COOs, etc.). The company may have other business lines in the future so a molecular image may be too limiting (but we would consider it). Something harmonious and reassuring (we like some of the stuff we see in the current Cadence media contest). We prefer an abstract logo as opposed to something that just incorporates our initials. If the "D" in our name was part of an abstract design, that would be ok but not necessary.
Our Design Will Be Used On
Web, Print Media, Television,