Lok Kavach Healthcare invents Anti-Viral Coating

Lok Kavach Healthcare invents Anti-Viral Coating

Lok Kavach Healthcare has announced its new invention – an Anti-Viral Coating (AVC) technology – that offers protection from all harmful microbial activities, including coronavirus.

New Delhi

Lok Kavach
Healthcare has developed an anti-viral coating technology that offers
protection from all harmful microbial activities, including coronavirus. The
Anti-Viral Coating (AVC) technology offers protection from all harmful
microbial activities, including coronavirus. Turiya Investments, a New
Delhi-based investment consultancy, will be launching the product.

Anti-Viral
Coating or AVC utilises a unique concept that uses Macromolecular Ion Anchor
Technology (MIAT). This technology is free of metal ion toxicity and offers
multiple purpose disinfectant utilities.

AVC technology
will be given to consumers in liquid form and they can use it to soak their
clothes and make them resistant to coronavirus till the next wash. The
manufacturers have claimed that their product works with efficacy of 99.995%
and will stay on the surface for weeks if the material is not exposed to more
AVC in the interim.

This product
underwent multiple effectiveness tests in European and Indian labs. Along with cloth, the versatile antimicrobial solution can
be applied to several surfaces such as wood, tiles, cement and plastic to keep
it safe against microbes.

Dr JR Rao,
Biochemical Microbiology Scientist,
Environmental and Public Health
Microbiological Sciences, at the Department of Agriculture, UK, who led a team
of scientists and inventors to create the AVC, explained that the Quaternary
Ammonium Compounds in the AVC solution permanently attaches to textile
substrates when sprayed or used in washing cycles.

Luke Talwar,
CEO, Turiya Investments, and an investor and strategic partner in this venture,
said that huge amounts of R&D investment were done to create a technology
of this standard. He added that it was safe for human use and just a cap full
of the liquid was sufficient to sanitise a surface against microbial activity
for weeks.

Source – India Today

Image Source: Lok Kavach Healthcare Website 

Also Read:

https://indiantextilejournal.com/latest-textile-industry-news/donear-introduces-anti-viral-fabrics

https://indiantextilejournal.com/latest-textile-industry-news/antiviral-face-masks-from-heiq-for-hcap

 

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