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New Self Cleaning Antimicrobial Door Handle Wrap 10.16 X 15.24 - 20 pack - Nanoselfclean™
New Self Cleaning Antimicrobial Door Handle Wrap 10.16 X 15.24 - 20 pack - Nanoselfclean™
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New Self Cleaning Antimicrobial Door Handle Wrap 10.16 X 15.24 - 20 pack

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New Generation technology meet the UK's first Self cleaning touch pads, using an advanced silver ion Antimicrobial technology these Self Adhesive touch pads are perfect for doors that need to be pushed, especially in surgeries, offices and nurseries so that people do not transmit germs and bacteria from touching normal surfaces. The self cleaning product coating will last up to 3 months on high traffic areas and 6 months on low traffic areas and will Inhibit the development of germs and reduce viral load of viruses* continuously. We suggest these are changed every 3-6 months depending on usage. For more information please read Installation & Care below.


Comes in a 20 pack and ideal for smaller door handles

Test Certificates against Viruses & Bacteria including Sars Cov under the following ISO

ISO 21702 - EN14476 tested and approved

ISO 22196


Safe to touch and fully tested, to view data sheet & test certificate please see below.

DATA SHEET

TEST CERTIFICATE

INSTALLATION & CARE

How our Self Cleaning Touch Points work.

The coating on the self cleaning touch points uses a mixture of nanoparticles with an advance cationic silver ion Antimicrobial technology , Silver ions are highly reactive and can affect multiple sites in cells, guaranteeing their destruction. the technology will produce alterations to the cell wall and when they are transported into the cell they bind with proteins and interfere with the production of enzyme function and cell replication.