Method of Making Textile Articles Impregnated with Predetermined Levels of Antibacterial Activity
- Created on Sunday, 01 July 2007
This invention is a method for impregnating textiles with a predetermined amount of durable antibacterial materials (inorganic compound). BacterProof™ is a patented method for embedding an inorganic compound that kills both grampositive and gram-negative bacteria. The inorganic compound is embedded into synthetic fibers like polyester and nylon, which is then blended with cotton in a procedure that produces a fabric with superb antibacterial properties. Any bacteria that comes into contact with the BacterProof™ will be killed before it has a chance to multiply and infect the patient or be transferred to another patient by medical staff. In addition to being self-disinfecting, the fabric is nontoxic, allergy-free, odorless, and contains no chemicals.
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