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Founded based on the historical evidences and scientific facts that copper is self-sterilizing and has antimicrobial effectiveness. With advance technology, copper ion is infused into the threads, and the fabric has been independently tested and certified on copper component which achieved up to 99.9% antimicrobial reduction.
ANVEERUS transforms the copper ion infused fabric into health and wellness apparels and accessories, which are suitable for daily use and perfect in reducing as well as preventing the risk of contracting, spreading and cross-contamination of bacteria, germs and viruses.
W H Y C O P P E R ?
For thousands of years, long before mankind knew about germs or viruses, they have known of copper’s disinfectant power - role of copper in curing sickness, supporting and maintaining good health. Copper and health throughout history started since the ancient Egyptians, to the Greeks, to the Aztecs, to the Roman empire, to 19th century France, and finally to the modern era.
🗞️ April 14, 2020
Copper’s Virus-Killing Powers Were Known Even to the Ancients
United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has registered about 400 copper surfaces as antimicrobial.
Heavy metals including gold and silver are antibacterial, but copper’s specific atomic makeup gives it extra killing power. Copper has a free electron in its outer orbital shell of electrons that easily takes part in oxidation-reduction reactions (which also makes the metal a good conductor). As a result, it becomes a “molecular oxygen grenade.” Silver and gold don’t have the free electron, so they are less reactive.
Copper kills in other ways as well. When a microbe lands on copper, ions blast the pathogen like an onslaught of missiles, preventing cell respiration and punching holes in the cell membrane or viral coating and creating free radicals that accelerate the kill, especially on dry surfaces. Most importantly, the ions seek and destroy the DNA and RNA inside a bacteria or virus, preventing the mutations that create drug-resistant superbugs.
|How long COVID-19 can live on surfaces?|
April 2, 2020 | The Lancet
April 16, 2020 | The New England Journal of Medicine
July 31, 2020 | University of Southamption
Aerosol and Surface Stability of SARS-CoV-2 as Compared with SARS-CoV-1
"Strikingly, a detectable level of infectious virus could still be present on the outer layer of a surgical mask on day 7..."
🗞️ April 16, 2020
The New England Journal of Medicine
A recent study found that the COVID-19 virus died within hours when placed on a copper surface