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July 29th, 2005

Ultra-Fresh technology

Abstract:
‘Ultra-Fresh Silpure’ uses proprietary nano-technology to produce the ultra-fine silver particles essential to ease of application and long-term protection. The technology is based on the power of silver to fight bacteria. It, thus fights contamination and maintain freshness. With our technology, silver can be reduced to small particle size necessary for optimum performance. This has considerably reduced the cost and mass application is now possible.

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