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Reinste Nano Ventures Pvt Ltd (REINSTE) located at Delhi, India brings a huge range of anti-microbial additives such as Nano-Silver, Zinc Oxide and Titanium dioxide which can convert bed sheet, matrices, towels, daily use plastic products, air filters and cosmetics into antimicrobial products.

Reinste Promises for “Germ free India”

Delhi, India | Posted on October 21st, 2013

Most of the diseases caused are due to secondary infection caused by various utilities use by us in our daily life. According to WHO, due to extensive use of antibiotics the microbes are developing resistance against them. So, we need a technology that can effectively resist the growth of microbes without developing a resistance against them. With the help of technology provided by Reinste, we can avoid infections and spreading of the diseases.
It's important to have a hygienic environment around us. Products with anti-microbial technology can eliminate the risk of live microbial organism in our living space, thus reducing the chances of being infected by 99%.
Nanotechnology can be a promising technology to keep our loved ones safe and help us developing a "Germ-free India".

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About Reinste Nano Ventures Pvt Ltd
Reinste Nano Ventures emphases the significance of purest Nanomaterials with uniform composition free from any adulterants for class production and research purposes. In Reinste Nano ventures we ardently believe that innovation and differentiation are the fundamental components of growth and enlightenment of any organization.

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