Revolutionary New Nanotechnology Creates Unique Solution for Coronavirus Outbreak 1

Ohio – 05 March, 2020 – A New Protocol for Eradication of Viruses Bacteria and Mold Spore on Surfaces of Transportation Vessels, Schools, Hospitals and Workplaces has Been Developed

As needs for new pathogen treatment technologies increase for diverse locations including transportation vessels, airports, schools, hospitals and workplaces, especially in light of the coronavirus outbreak a promising technology solution has emerged for the above problems.  Recently the US Patent office granted a patent for a novel nanoplasmoid technology, and unique solutions for the other areas of industry mentioned above.

In light of the recent pandemic fears due to the rapid spread of the corona virus, new methods must be employed to prevent and control the spread of the existing and new outbreaks from public and private transportation companies. With the high concentration of people transportation vessels, airports, schools and hospitals are an ideal place for the rapid spread of disease pathogens and foster a breeding ground and multiple exposure paths to increased infections. Due the large turnover and exposure to travelling passengers, and visiting people, in these spaces, in order to achieve maximum eradication of the above mentioned plurality of microorganisms that public and private vessel and facilities experience on a daily basis, a multi-step approach must be developed to minimize exposure by daily sanitization and continuing application of consistent pathogen eradication strategies.

Fortunately just such a protocol has already been developed, by a leading manufacturer and product developer. A new machine has been develop that injects ionized air into a unique nanoparticle enhanced dry fog. This fog can be applied to virtually any surface, wall ceilings and floors. The protocol that has been proposed is based on voluminous peer reviewed testing and data, which has been accumulated by research institutions over the last 25 years. This protocol is ideal in that, there is no possibility of bacteria or viruses developing resistance due to the unique method of mechanical deactivation these killing modalities employ.

The first step is to saturate the enclosed space formed by the cabin of a transportation vessel, or facility, with 6-9 ppm of ozone gas and to hold it there for 20 mins. This protocol was tested at both Los Alamos National Laboratory and at the University of Pennsylvania and proven to be effective at killing bacteria and mold spores. In 1981 Royal Et al discovered that high concentrations of ozone destroys the envelope of proteins and the protein lipid interface of viruses, then after damaging the envelope proteins ozone was discovered that is caused damage to the viral RNA after exposure to ozone was demonstrated by velocity sedimentation analysis. It was concluded that the damage to the viral nucleic acid is the major cause of virus inactivation by ozone.  Mechanism of enteroviral inactivation by ozone. D Roy, P K Wong, R S Engelbrecht, E S Chian

Revolutionary New Nanotechnology Creates Unique Solution for Coronavirus Outbreak 2

Following this step, which penetrates into all hidden cavities of the vessel or building envelope, a second application is made by nano dry fogging a unique blended solution of ionic nano element ions in a solution containing nano ozone bubbles and H2O2. A study at the University of Arizona recently showed certain specific ionic elements to be effective against the coronavirus that researchers use as the surrogate for SARS. “The study tested various ionic element levels to determine if they were effective against the human coronavirus strain 229E, a strain commonly used as a surrogate for the SARS virus in laboratory research. The research demonstrated significant reductions of the virus within 1 hour (90 percent) and reduced virus levels to below the detection limit following 24 hours of exposure (99.99 percent). State-of-the-art, electrolytically produced ‘oligodynamic’ Ag…offers distinct advantages and versatility of use over older and cruder formulations. Possessing much smaller, sub-nanometer-sized particles, greater electrical potential and lower concentrations, it is more bio-available than other formulations. Additionally, resistance to this killing mechanism is unlikely “The only known mechanism of resistance also appears to play no role notwithstanding the mutability of the coronavirus. Therefore no functional barrier to the virotoxic effects of oligodynamic Ag may be expected regardless of the rapidity or variety of mutations.” – C.P. Gerba, Ph.D. and K.R. Bright, Ph.D.

Thus this multistep approach provides a 1-2 punch knockout of pathogens when integrated into daily or weekly protocols to prevent transportation vessels, or facilities themselves from contributing to global pandemic threats in the vessels areas of operation. A residual kill is generated from the elemental ions that remain on the surfaces of the treated vessels, providing ongoing microbial control during daily use and re-exposure.

Oxygreensolutions.com, which is developing this exciting new patented technology, is actively seeking licensees to rapidly bring these important products to the market.

About the Company:

www.oxygreensolutions.com is an organization that has been established around a core objective of solving the world’s pathogen problems and offering new technological solutions to a variety of industries that can benefit from their unique technological innovations. They are actively seeking licensing partners and are open to investment partners who would like to share in this unique opportunity.

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