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Life with the coronavirus: Keeping high-risk contact surfaces in mind over the long run.
Sanitized® provides antimicrobial protection for polymers.
Our lives may be gradually returning to normal, but the coronavirus will continue to influence our interactions with each other for a long time to come. It is important to remain vigilant, especially with hand-related hygiene. Along with direct infection by airborne droplets, our hands remain key to the spread of disease.
Face masks and coronavirus protection
SANITIZED clarifies: Observing product-labeling requirements is an absolute must.
Face masks have become a central issue in the fight to protect against COVID-19. After initial shortages, the market is now being flooded. As touching as photos of volunteers at their sewing machines may be, not all of the mouth-nose protection (MNP) available on the market truly offer protection against viruses.
Independant labs have tested and confirmed: two proven Sanitized® additives are also effective against viruses. This is very good news, especially for producers of face masks, textiles for health care apparel, or even bed linens or mattresses. It was possible to reduce viruses by up to 99 % during trials.
SANITIZED AG aids measures to promote hygiene management during the coronavirus pandemic:
Antiviral properties of Sanitized® products on synthetics validated
Burgdorf/CH, April 16, 2020: Tests conducted by independent laboratories have now confirmed that a treatment with Sanitized® T 99-19 and Sanitized® T 11-15 reduces the viral load on PES textiles by up to 99 %.