Self-Sanitizing High-Touch Surfaces

Fast. Safe. Accessible. Passive.
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80% of infections are spread by our hands, many through high-touch public surfaces such as door handles, buttons, hospital equipment, and other surfaces. Such infections result in hospitalizations, prolonged hospital stays, serious morbidity, drastically increased costs to our healthcare system, and reduced productivity in our society. The global Coronavirus pandemic has drastically increased these negative results. Unfortunately it is nearly impossible to clean and disinfect the plethora of affected surfaces frequently enough to reduce disease transmission.

Given these pressing issues, The IP Link’s partner, Outbreaker Solutions, has developed a patent protected completely safe touch surfaces that automatically sanitize the surface within seconds of being touched. This surface eliminates as much as 99.9% of microbes within 2 minutes. As a passive surface, it does not need to be refilled, reset, or maintained.

These surfaces can be embedded in nearly any application including door handles, traffic control buttons, elevator buttons, transit hand-holds, railings and poles, hospital bed rails, and many other high touch areas.

  • 20x faster than alternatives (copper, silver, etc.).

  • Effective against bacteria, viruses, and fungi.

  • Continuous antimicrobial effect physically tears apart bacteria cells through recrystallization.

  • Reduces bacteria by 99.9% in just 2 minutes.

  • Rapidly deactivates influenza.

  • Sustainable, environmentally friendly, and affordable.

  • Safe, non-toxic, and free of harmful chemicals: the only active ingredient is regular salt.

  • Durable and long-lasting.

  • Can be applied to nearly all common touch surfaces.

  • Drastically reduces excessive cleaning requirements.

  • Requires no training or intervention to be effective.

Protection Status: Issued Patents in US and CA

Tags: Health Care, Hospitality, Manufacturing, Food Processing, Schools, Office & Commercial, Public Transit, Airport, Military, Issued Patent