USA RECOGNIZES FN NANO® AS AN ANTIBACTERIAL SYSTEM AGAINST THE SPREAD OF EPIDEMIADaniel Butler
The FN NANO ® photocatalytic coating technology (FN NANO ® coating + activation by light in combination with a fan increasing air turbulence) has been registered by the Environmental Protection Agency EPA as an antiviral and antibacterial system for schools, hospitals, airports, public spaces, etc.
At the same time, the FN NANO ® technology has been certified by the Environmental Health Risk Assessment Authority ( OEHHA ) in the USA that this product complies with one of the world’s most stringent environmental and human health laws in terms of nano-safety – California Proposition 65.
It is the only system in the world that brings long-term antibacterial surface properties. If one wanted to achieve it chemically, one would have to constantly spray the walls with some disinfectant. On the other hand, the FN NANO® system is perfectly ecological and friendly. Not only does it catch air and eliminate viruses and bacteria on its surface, but it is perfect in combination with disinfectants, whose fumes it also removes very quickly from the air.
Thanks to the long-term antibacterial function of the FN NANO ® system (over ten years), the renowned hygienist and epidemiologist RNDr. Pazdziora (ZUOVA) already in 2013 targeted use of this coating system as a preventive measure in cases of epidemics and pandemics of viral origin and to increase the hygienic cleanliness of the environment.
Today, this technological system is used in the Czech Republic in healthcare, where, according to Decree No. 306/2012 Coll. provides long-term preventive protection against pathogens and replaces annual re-painting in hospitals.
The investment in these antibacterial coatings is not only to protect patients and staff in the hospital, but also to save on the cost of maintenance and things like annual painting.
The FN NANO ® system is now widely used in schools, hospitals and healthcare facilities.
Coatings can be conveniently installed by anyone at home, creating a healthier environment and reducing the risk of transmitting infectious diseases such as SARS, COV-2 and others.