By Published On: April 14, 2022
Home » Market Analysis: Research On The Epidemic Situation Application Of Recycled Anti-Virus And Anti-Bacterial Bionic Cotton Fabric

As one of the most frequently used product categories, textiles are widely used in clothing, home textiles, home decoration and other fields. Textiles exposed to the air for a long time are not only easily affected by the climate and air humidity, but also easily lead to the retention of microorganisms on the surface of fabrics when they are in direct contact with various viruses or even human sweat. This will not only affect the beauty of textiles, but also cause odor accumulation and fabric damage, which will lead to products being discarded in advance.

The chemical fiber pollution in waste textiles has been listed as one of the major environmental problems by the United Nations.

However, although conventional cleaning can temporarily avoid the early abandonment of textiles, the carpet, mattress, fabric sofa and other products frequently used in home life are not easy to wash and dry, and the cleaning cost is large, time-consuming and labor-consuming.

In order to cooperate with Zengye Textile Science and technology studio under the epidemic situation and combine far UVC technology, we can obtain permanent anti-virus and anti-bacterial functions from raw materials to fabrics, so as to ensure that consumers can protect their health while purchasing environmental protection products.

Far ultraviolet light (far UVC) rapidly reduces the number of active microorganisms in the air to almost zero. Far UVC reduced the pathogen load by up to 98.4% in a few minutes and kept the environmental level at a 92% reduction, in line with ICNIRP guidelines.

Evidence from a number of studies suggests that far UVC may be a safe way to prevent the spread of any virus, including the covid virus and its variants, as well as influenza and any potential future pandemic virus.

At present, Zeng Ye textile technology studio uses far UVC bionic cotton and any material to produce fabrics with different ingredients. Bionic cotton colorful garment can be recycled and recycled to give the second life extension, and 100% recycling. The whole process has passed the LCA of sustainable textile.

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My Lumens Artemis Far UVC Disinfection Devices equipped with Care222 module(filtered far uvc 222nm technology) developed by Ushio, Japan.

 

Care222 is a new disinfecting light source that, even though not harmful to the skin or eyes of humans or animals, deactivates bacteria and viruses in the same manner as conventional ultraviolet sanitizers.

Does not cause sunburn, skin cancer or cataracts

Ultraviolet rays with a wavelength of 222 nm are absorbed by the cornea of ​​the stratum corneum of dead cells, so they do not cause damage such as sunburn, skin cancer, and cataracts.

Virus suppression / sterilization

Ultraviolet rays with a wavelength of 222 nm destroy the DNA / RNA structure of viruses and cells, and suppress and sterilize them.

A key advantage of the UV-based approach is that UV light is likely to be effective against all airborne microorganisms, in marked contrast to vaccination methods. For example, while the inactivation efficiency of UV light will almost certainly vary as different strains of influenza virus emerge, they are unlikely to be significant. Similarly, as multidrug-resistant variants of bacteria emerge, their UV inactivation capacity is unlikely to vary greatly.

The use of Care222 in public places is a safe and effective way to limit the spread and transmission of air-mediated microbial diseases, such as schools, hospitals, stadiums, sports grounds and offices, and this approach may help to limit seasonal infections, the spread of tuberculosis and major epidemics. 

Click here to know more about Ushio’s Care222 technology: www.care222.com

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