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AgSterilized is the leading provider of proven antimicrobial antibacterial technology to companies around the world. AgSterilized technology integrates antimicrobial protection into any surface or product, reducing microbes by up to 99.99%, making them more hygienic and defending the surface against degradation, odors and staining.
Ag Sterilized incorporated with new technology advances in reducing silver to nanoscale sized particles and enabled the integration of this valuable antimicrobial into a larger number of materials including plastics, coatings, and foams as well as natural and synthetic fibers. Nano sized silver also provides a more durable antimicrobial protection, often for the life of the product. AgSterilized also offers consultancy and marketing services.
In the era of prone diseases and nosocomial infections, AgSterilized can be one of the possible solutions.
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