As the world continues to grapple with the Covid-19 pandemic, new and innovative ways to protect our surfaces from germs and bacteria have become increasingly important. And now, a new biocidal coating has been patented by Stéphane MAGGUILLI that could potentially revolutionize the way we keep our surfaces germ-free.
The patented biocidal coating is made of metal nanoparticles and microparticles, a special type of glue, and water, alcohol, or ethylene glycol. This coating is designed to be applied to the surface, and it is believed that it will be able to kill germs and bacteria on contact.
The metal particles used in the biocidal coating are very small, with a diameter of less than 45 microns. These particles are combined with an epoxy resin, a thixotropic agent, and a natural diluent such as water, ethylene glycol, or denatured alcohol. This combination is believed to be highly effective in killing germs and bacteria on contact.
The idea of using copper to kill germs and bacteria is not a new one. In fact, it has been used since ancient times. Copper has natural antibacterial properties, and scientific studies have clearly demonstrated its efficacy in killing and deactivating various types of pathogenic bacteria, molds, and viruses. It is also known for its ability to prevent nosocomial infections.
The biocidal coating patented by Stéphane MAGGUILLI is believed to be even more effective than copper, as it combines the antibacterial properties of metal with the adhesive properties of the special type of glue and diluents. This combination is thought to create a long-lasting protective shield against germs and bacteria.
This new biocidal coating has a number of potential applications, from the medical field to the food industry. It could be used to coat medical equipment, hospital surfaces and even food preparation surfaces, providing a layer of protection against germs and bacteria.
Though the biocidal coating patented by Stéphane MAGGUILLI is still in the patent process and there is no guarantee that it will eventually be brought to the market, the potential for this new technology is exciting. If this new biocidal coating is successful, it could potentially revolutionize the way we protect our surfaces from germs and bacteria.
It is important to note that the biocidal coating patented by Stéphane MAGGUILLI is still in the patent process, and it is uncertain whether or not it will ever come to fruition. However, the potential for this new technology is exciting, and it could potentially revolutionize the way we keep our surfaces germ-free if it is eventually brought to the market. The patent number associated with the biocidal coating is US20230227667A1.