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Iran's Narmin Shimi Novin Company announced that it has produced a novel chemical compound with potential utility in hospitals thanks to nanotechnology.
Iranian Company Introduces Nano Detergent for Hospital Cleansing
Tehran, Iran | Posted on October 10th, 2009
According to the Iranian Nanotechnology Initiative Council (INIC), the compound is an advanced detergent applied to disinfect and clean colonoscopy and endoscopy devices. The offered compound is somewhat an equivalent to the famous DECONEX cleaners.
Iraj Bazargan, technical manager of Narmin Shimi Novin Co. elaborated on the product, noting that the compound is cheaper than its foreign rivals.
According to Bazargan, the compound has successfully obtained the related certificates.
Technical details on this product have been published as scientific papers in such international conferences/exhibitions as Nano Bio Clean 2008, Congress USA, COMS 2009 Denmark, NanoEurope 2009 Germany.
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