Dr HardoLass gives virus protection

As India still reels under the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, it seeks scientific technology to keep everyone around safe. Sanitising frequently-touched surfaces every day can be a hard task and is practically not feasible.

Nohara India, the Indian arm of Nohara Japan, has introduced Dr HardoLass coating, a patented technology, which stays on hard surfaces for up to 5 years. The coating has been tested against influenza Type-A virus and proven to be effective in suppressing the virus and bacteria, on contact. The company claims it is being used by multi-national companies such as Docomo, Sharp, Mitsubishi Electric, Asahi and Coca-Cola.

It can be used on a wide range of hard surfaces like steel, wood, plastic, and all painted surfaces. It can also be applied on frequently-touched surfaces like door handles, electrical switches, elevator surfaces and its buttons, glass, furniture, cars, office furniture, lobbies in hotels, hospitals, furniture in schools, playing equipment, restaurant furniture, and more.

Dr HardoLass is a nano-coating that comes in liquid form and is fairly easy to apply by simply coating a surface using a cloth. The coating has both anti-viral and anti-bacterial properties that allow regularly used items to be sanitised after a one-time coating.

It also has anti-dirt, water-repellent and scratch-resistant properties that help elongate the life of the surface itself.

Dr HardoLass has been tested and approved by SIAA of Japan. The mechanism involves the application, cross-linking and integration, where the moisture in the air reacts with the nano-glass component, creating a chemical bond.

The bond allows the Nano-glass components to connect and form into a Nano-glass layer. (www.nohara.in)

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