We mimicked nature’s most precious secret to develop a cleaning solution that is 100% environmentally friendly and lasts longer than regular disinfectants
There are many plants and insects with antimicrobial surfaces which protect them from bacteria. The wings of a cicada for example, are known to have bactericidal surfaces that kill microbes coming in contact with them.
The wings of a dragonfly and the skin of a geko are other examples on how anti-microbial surfaces are naturally produced. The bactericidal effects of these surfaces are due to the presence of sharp nanostructures (spikes) with an average height of 200 nm.
These spikes pierces into the bacterial cell wall upon contact, and rupture it, thereby killing the bacteria. Click here to learn more about how nature uses nanotechnology
NanoVapor Biotech’s OMNISOL Line of Products are biostatic agents that bonds to a surface and forms a nanolayer of microscopic spikes about one thousandth the diameter of a human hair, just the right size to pierce the cell walls of various microbes and destroy them.
The positively charged layer attracts negatively charged bacteria and kills them without the use of poisons or metals, meaning it is a green solution for inhibiting microbial growth and will not result in antimicrobial-resistant “superbugs.”
These unique products remain bound to almost any surface for up to 90 days. Our test strips will assure you that the nanolayer of OMNISOL is still working or let you know when it is nearing time to reapply it.
Our innovative solutions uses the exact same process as nature. When you look at a surface treated with our technology under the microscope, you will see the exact same nanospikes as the one happening in nature. The surface becomes a “self-disinfecting” surface with a long-lasting protection. Just like nature.
We have developed a unique pass/fail determination to ensure the material has been correctly applied.
Introducing our unique color chart visualizer. A blue colored complex provides a qualitative indication of the presence of OMNISOL on self –disinfecting surfaces.
A comparison of the intensity of retained blue color to a color standard determines if the treatment has been applied properly. It indicates if the self-disinfecting properties are still active.