It's Nanoed™ 30 Day Barrier Protectant

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It's Nanoed™ 30 Day Barrier Protectant

It's Nanoed™ 30 Day Barrier Protectant is based on engineered molecules of silicon dioxide (SiO2) forming a strong covalent bond that stays on:

  • Hard surfaces for over 30 days
  • On your hands for over 8 hours
  • This barrier is only 1 to 10 nanometers thick (the average flu virus is 100 nano meters) and prevents harmful microbes from attaching to the surface.

When a surface is coated with It’s Nanoed™ Barrier Protectant, millions of “invisible” nanoscopic structures, similar to what a bed of a nails would look like, begin forming and bonding with the surface resulting in a “mechanical kill” that eliminate the bio-threat trying to attach to a surface.

It's Nanoed™ Barrier Protectant:

  • Continuously Kills Germs, Bacteria, Viruses, and Mold for 30 Days
  • Kills Microbes
  • Rejects Water, Oil, Dirt, Mold/Mildew
  • Resistant to Abrasion
  • Environmental Decay
  • U.V. Light Breakdown
  • Ensuring Longevity for your Investments
  • No Harsh Chemicals
  • Easily Applied
  • EPA Approved
  • FDA Registered

Pathogen Efficacy

Has independent research confirmed It’s Nanoed Barrier Technology is effective against a broad spectrum of gram positive and negative bacteria?

Gram Positive Bacteria: Gram Negative Bacteria:  
Corynebacteriumdiptheriae i ii Acinetobacter calcoaceticus 3 4 6 7 Salmonella enteritidis2 3
Diplococcus pneumoniae 1 3 Aeromonas hydrophilia 4 6 7 Salmonella gallinarum2 3
Micrococcus spiii iv v Citrobacter diversus4 6 7 Salmonella paratyphi A2 3
Micrococcus lutea 4 vi vii Citrobacter freundi4 6 7 Salmonella schottmuelleri2 3
Mycobacterium smegmatisviii Enterobacter aerogenes4 6 7 10 Salmonella typhimurium1 4 6
Mycobacterium sp13 Enterobacter aglomerans3 4 5 7 Salmonella typhosa23
Mycobacterium tuberculosis8 Enterobacter cloacae4 6 7 10 Serratia marcescens 4 6 7 10
Propionibacterium acnes4 Enterobacter aglomerans (II) 23 Serratia liquifaciens4 6 7 10
Staphylococcus albus23 Escherichia coli1 3 4 9 Serratia marcescens4 6 7 10
Staphylococcus aureus3 4 6 9 Klebsiella pneumoniae4 6 9 10 Shigella flexnerie Type II23
Staphylococcus citrens23 Klebsiella oxytoca5 5 6 7 8 Shigella sonnei 23
Staphylococcus epidermidis3 4 6 ix Klebsiella terriena x Virbrio cholerae 23
Streptococcus faecalis3 4 6 10 Nisseria gonorrhoeae23 Xanthomonas campestris 4 6 10
Streptococcus pyogenes4 6 7 10 Proteus mirabilis4 6 7 10  
Streptococcus pneumonia1 Proteus morganii23  
Streptococcus faecalis3 4 6 10 Proteus vulgaris4 6 7 10  
Streptococcus mutans4 6 7 10 Providencia sp.23  
  Pseudomonas23  
  Pseudomonas aeruginosa3 4 6 10  
  Pseudomonas fragi23  
  Salmonella cholera suis4 6 7 10  

i Y. Hsiao, Chinese Pat. Appl., PCT/CN98/00207 (1998)

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