United Kingdom based Killer of Covid 19, its mutations, any new mutations and all other viruses
In rigorous laboratory tests carried out to ISO 21702:2019 standards at University College London under the auspices of the university’s highly-regarded Virology Research Services arm, the CodiKoat-treated acetate film was found to kill 90% of the human coronavirus within 2 seconds and over 99% within 10 seconds.
CodiKoat’s own tests show that the technology will destroy not only Covid-19 and all its mutations, but also all other viruses and bacteria, as well as any likely future pandemic threatening viruses.
Trials of CodiKoat’s revolutionary product recently started at London’s world-famous Royal Opera House. Initially the product was installed in a limited number of areas with high footfall but such was the hugely positive response of staff and visitors alike, that within a week the team were called back to the Opera House’s home in Covent Garden to install even more of the technology in a wider range of locations within the buildings.
CodiKoat’s technology works by using surface-functionalised nanostructures to inactivate viruses within seconds of contact. It also has the same effect on bacteria and fungi. CodiKoat have developed a high-precision coating process to apply their product in a highly controllable and uniform manner. This provides a strong chemistry of nanostructures with the surface, which leads to high durability, lasting for the whole product lifetime. CodiKoat technology can coat any surface — be it hard or soft, rough or smooth, curved or flat — with nanoparticles of any composition and size. CodiKoat materials can be easily tuned at an atomic scale and integrated into existing manufacturing lines for any product.
Any surface or product treated with the CodiKoat application immediately becomes a Covid-destroying medium that within seconds destroys Covid-19 and any other existing and novel viruses and bacteria on contact. This effect lasts for the whole product lifetime with stunning implications for mass-use products and high footfall venues; from smart phone surfaces (which apparently can have more viral and bacterial load than toilet seats) to hospital environments and food hygiene.
In the US alone, hospital-acquired infections are thought to cost the US economy upwards of US$30bn a year – and that was before the emergence of Covid-19. Coating hospital surfaces and instruments with CodiKoat would offer the prospect of dramatically reducing these costs by radically reducing the incidence of hospital-acquired infections.
CodiKoat believe that smart phone and touch screen manufacturers will also want to incorporate the CodiKoat product into their manufacturing processes so that their phones will be entirely virus and bacteria free for the entire lifetime of the product.
The potential uses for the revolutionary CodiKoat product are virtually endless.
Codikoat recently partnered with Vent-Axia to launch their first product. The innovative Vent-Axia Powered by CodiKoat Air Purifier removes and kills the harmful particulates from the air that you breathe, breaks down pollutants and neutralises bad smells in seconds.
We spend more than 90% of our time inside, breathing air that is up to 5 times more polluted than outdoors. Poor indoor air quality (IAQ) can have a significantly damaging impact on personal health.