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Silver Nanoparticles: Application

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Silver Nanoparticles: Application

It is known that staphylococcus and enterococcus bacteria (including antibiotic-resistant ones) often cause reinfection in clinics and other medical centres due to the risk of touching infected surfaces. To prevent that, it’s necessary to ensure people wash their hands and rooms kept clean. One should also ensure that all textile items (doctor’s coats, face masks, bandages, bedclothes etc.) are free of any pathogenic microbes.

We have developed an uninterrupted, cheap, low energy consuming and fast technological process of silver nanoparticle production to impart germicidal properties to textile items. It makes possible to effectively modify existing products (doctor’s coats, face masks, bedclothes etc.) by nanosilver. Due to the small size of produced nanoparticles and absence of any chemical stabilizers, the germicidal effect is produced with very low silver concentrations (5-10 times less than commonly known). Independent testings of the germicidal properties against Staphylococcus aureus, Aspergillus niger, Penicillium phoeniceum etc. were held in the Hannover University (Germany) and the Forest Institute of the Russian Academy of Science.

It doesn’t matter whether the textile item is water repellent or water retaining: the additional costs will not exceed 1-5 % of the total price.

Feel free to contact us for details.

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