NANO+ disinfectant spray with silver, 500ml NanolabCode: 1810
Product detailed description
The package contains:
- Disinfectant spray with silver, 500 ml.
How long does COVID-19 survive on the surface?
It depends very much on the type of surface, SARS-CoV-2 will survive for three hours as an aerosol in air, but it will last up to 72 hours on plastic (half-life 6.8) and up to 48 hours on stainless steel (half-life 5.6), 48 hours on wood, 4 hours on copper, 4 days on glass and paper, and a maximum of 24 hours on cardboard.
- 4 hours - copper
- 24 hours - cardboard
- 48 hours - stainless steel, wood (fridge, handles, keys, cutlery, tables)
- 72 hours - plastic (credit cards, plastic bottles, food packaging, keyboards, mouse, ATM buttons)
- 96 hours - paper and glass (windows, letters, magazines, glasses)
Where to use NANO+ disinfectant spray with silver, 500ml Nanolab?
Thanks to its practical packaging, the disinfectant is suitable for travelling and for disinfecting hands during meetings, shopping or even surfaces such as door handles, car bodies or small objects.
Benefits of NANO+ disinfectant spray with silver, 500ml Nanolab:
- Colloidal silver - silver nanoparticles
- Fragrance essence
- Can be used on hands and surfaces
Why silver nanoparticles are used in the disinfectant
You can't see silver nanoparticles with the naked eye, they are about 1,000,000 times smaller than 1 millimeter. The advantage of colloidal silver is that its nanoparticles have a positive charge, meaning they repel each other and are therefore in constant motion. At concentrations as low as 10 ppm, silver nanoparticles are more antibacterial than most antibiotics. Silver itself has been used since ancient Greece and Rome for its antibacterial effects. Silver is actually a natural antibiotic.
Today, silver in the form of nanoparticles is used, for example, in plasters for faster wound healing or in clothing to reduce the odour of sweating. It can be found in the nanoSPACE antiviral gaiter, but also in cosmetics, where it is used, for example, for problematic skin with acne.
How to use hand disinfectant on hands:
Always apply hand disinfectant on dry hands.
- Spray enough hand sanitizer into the palm of the hand to moisten it properly.
- Rub the disinfectant carefully for 30 seconds on all areas of the skin.
- Pay particular attention to the fingertips and thumbs.
- Allow the disinfectant to dry.
- Do not rinse or wipe hands after drying.
How to use the disinfectant on surfaces:
Disinfectants should be applied to surfaces that have been cleaned as much as possible of small debris and impurities.
- Spray a sufficient amount of disinfectant on the surface.
- Allow the disinfectant to work for at least 30 seconds.
- Wipe the surface dry with a lint-free cloth or allow to dry.
Disinfectants vs. sanitisers
Although these names are often used interchangeably, there is a slight difference. Sanitizers are primarily designed to quickly reduce the number of microorganisms to safe levels. They are commonly said to kill 99.999% of microorganisms within 30 seconds, but may not be able to completely sterilize a surface.
Disinfectants should in theory be more effective, but in practice their effectiveness is in the same order of magnitude as sanitisers. Special disinfectants can eliminate microorganisms completely, but it depends on the use and exact dilution. In addition, they are quite aggressive. Therefore, always buy disinfectants and sanitizers designed for the intended purpose. The disinfectants and sanitisers we sell have proven efficiency and you can always find details in the product description.
Eco-friendly nano disinfectant packaging
You can easily refill the contents.
Ingredients of NANO+ disinfectant spray with silver, 500ml Nanolab
Ethanol (denatured) max 600 g/kg, hydrogen peroxide (3%) 42 mg/kg, nano silver 30ppm, distilled water, fragrance essence
Not suitable for pregnant and breastfeeding women, or for people allergic to silver.
Nanolab is a part of Kaiser servis, a company with a long history based in Brno. It has been in operation since its finding in 2002 by Radim Opluštil and Milan Gaží. During 18 years they built a large European waste disposal company, which today employs almost 50 people.
In 2020, during the coronavirus era, they used their own analytical laboratory and huge facilities and started to develop disinfectants under the Nanolab brand. Nanolab is also a proud partner of the Kaiserman Foundation.
|Intended for:||Hands, Surfaces|