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Antiviral properties of Sanitized products on synthetics validated

Sanitized AG aids measures to promote hygiene management during the coronavirus pandemic

16th April 2020

Innovation in Textiles
 |  Burgdorf, Switzerland

Medical/Hygiene

© Sanitized AG.© Sanitized AG.

Tests conducted by independent laboratories have 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%.

Swiss company Sanitized says it is celebrating validation from impartial labs that Sanitized T 99-19 and Sanitized T 11-15 are also effective against viruses (in accordance with ISO 18184:2019). According to the company, tests were performed using a feline coronavirus with structures and mechanisms reminiscent of SARS-Cov2. Patented technology featuring an ammonium silicate compound is employed in Sanitized T 99-19 and Sanitized T 11-15 utilizes tried and tested silver technology.

These additives are the perfect tool for an antiviral and antibacterial treatment of face masks, protective professional medical clothing, bed linens, or mattresses, Sanitized says - the formulation of both products remains completely untouched, thus ensuring that it will continue to offer outstanding protection against bacteria.

“Before a final product’s antiviral properties can be publicly promoted, viral tests must be performed in specialized laboratories. Compliance with local legal regulations is essential here,” the company explains. Sanitized explicitly points out that this is standard procedure and has composed a preliminary Guide for Treating PPE (personal protective equipment) with biocide products.

“Sanitized has been supporting the work of hygienists in hospitals, doctor’s offices, nursing and care facilities for many years with its antimicrobial - and now also antiviral - additives used to enhance the functionality of textiles and polymers. The reduction of bacteria and viruses is a feasible way to help stem the spread of infections including MRSA,” it concludes.

The SANITIZED team is available to producers to answer their specific questions. Customer Service Desk: [email protected]

www.sanitized.com

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