Antimicrobial Surface Engineering Ruptures Microorganisms On Contact For Up To 90-Days
Antimicrobial Surface Engineering
Helps Stop The Spread
Of Microorganisms On Surfaces
How Surface Engineering Helps Stop The Spread
A microorganisms' only protection from the outside world is their cell wall which is only about 20 nanometers thick. That's 1/1000th the thickness of a plastic grocery bag. This weakness makes microorganisms critically vulnerable to rupturing on sharp electrically charged surfaces.
Our Antimicrobial Surface Engineering uses a "physical kill mechanism" by creating a polymer bonded layer of nanospikes.
When unwanted microorganisms fall on the nanospikes their ultra thin cell walls rupture just like a water balloon falling on a sharp knife!
Unlike most antimicrobials, our patented technology does not attempt to use poisons to kill microorganisms from inside the cell by altering their DNA. It's odorless, colorless, non-toxic to humans+pets, and it's long lasting.
There Is No Single
We Must Use A Combination Of
Evidence Based Scientific Strategies
To Stop The Spread!
COVID surface protection is a 2-Step process. 1st we apply an EPA Approved SARS-CoV-2 disinfectant.
Then we apply an antimicrobial that ruptures microorganisms on contact over long periods of time.
Most antimicrobial technologies attempt to poison microbes from inside which can lead to mutation forming resistant superbugs.
Our Antimicrobial Surface Engineering can create an invisible bond on HVAC
and air purifier filters to destroy microbes on contact.
Our invisible coating can bond to multiple surfaces including fabric. It's also used as a lasting non-toxic laundry additive.
1 Micron 100,000x Magnification
Antimicrobial Surface Engineering using nanospikes to rupture bacterial cells without the use of any chemical agents.
Photo courtesy of J Jenkins, Wolfson Bioimaging Facility, University of Bristol
EPA registered; FDA accepted.
Contaminating Surfaces In One Sneeze
Happens Easier Than Most Of Us Think
Dr Richard Davis, Clinical Microbiology Lab Director at Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center conducted a simple test. He sneezed, sang, and talked over petrie dishes from 2, 4, and 6 feet away.
He did it with a mask and without a mask. Microdroplets can carry Coronavirus over much longer distances then 6-feet.