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ISO 18184 – Determination of Antiviral Activity of Textile Products

ISO 18184 is an antiviral textile test that measures virucidal antimicrobial activity on textiles and other porous materials.The ISO 18184 test standard

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Material-Level Evaluation of Particulate Filtration Efficiency

TPACC has developed a new material-level evaluation of particulate filtration efficiency for materials that could be implemented for mask particulate

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Impact Penetration Testing for Textiles Part 1

Impact penetration tests measure the resistance of fabrics to the penetration of water by impact. The test was developed to predict the probable rain penetration

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Breathability

Air permeability is the ability of a fabric to allow air to pass through it. While air permeable fabrics tend to have relatively high moisture vapor transmission, it is not necessary to be air permeable to be

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Particulate Air Filtration

Particulate air filters are classified as either mechanical filters or electrostatic filters (electrostatically enhanced filters). Although there are many important performance differences between the two

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Moisture Wicking Fabrics

A comparative in-vitro assessment of the performance characteristics that make them suitable for the management and prevention of Moisture Associated Skin Disorders. Vertical Wicking1 – Samples

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ISO 20743:2013

ISO 20743:2013 specifies quantitative test methods to determine the antibacterial activity of all antibacterial textile products including nonwovens. ISO 20743:2013 is applicable to all textile products,

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Contact killing and antimicrobial properties of copper

With the emergence of antibiotic resistance, the interest for antimicrobial agents has recently increased again in public health. Copper was recognized in 2008

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Human Coronavirus 229E Remains Infectious on Common Touch Surface Materials

The evolution of new and reemerging historic virulent strains of respiratory viruses from animal reservoirs is a

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Anti-microbial copper masks could destroy coronavirus in seconds

New research has suggested copper could be under-used in the fight against coronavirus, with masks killing the virus in in record speed. Compared to cloth or plastic masks,

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Should you count on copper?

This trendy metal can kill coronavirus in just minutes - and will bring a healthy glow to your home. There's no escaping copper. Go into any trendy bar or hotel and you're bound to spot it, whether it's a statement

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Copper Kills SARS-CoV-2 In 4 Hours: Faster Than Any Other Surface Tested

An early release of a new study in the New England Journal of Medicine tested the survivabilty of the virus that causes

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Stay Hydrated - The Ayurvedic Way

Drinking water stored in a copper water bottle has a number of benefits according to ancient Ayurvedic medicine. In particular, water stored in a copper vessel

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Copper Facts: Antimicrobial Copper

In February 2008, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) approved the registration of 275 antimicrobial copper alloys. By April 2011, that number

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