Covid-19 A company has created a tissue that destroys viruses
Laura Lyonnet & Jerome Blanc
A company from Lyon has created a tissue that destroys viruses in a minute.
Public transport is deserted by travelers during this period of deconfinement.
They could become the safest sanitary places
This is what Jerome Blanc, CEO of "Trajet", textile equipment manufacturer based in Caluire-et-Cuire (Rhône) near Lyon, claims.
He has developed an intelligent self-cleaning and self-disinfecting velvet.
A textile that spontaneously destroys bacteria and viruses, including the famous Coronavirus.
“We have developed a completely innovative technology which gives the textile, once treated with titanium dioxide, the ability to destroy polluting particles, organic volatiles, microparticles, bacteria and viruses, Coronavirus, H1N1 in a minute. , seasonal flu, Ebola, hepatitis… thanks to the principle of photocatalysis ”, explains Jérôme Blanc.
The textile, exposed to UV radiation from natural or artificial light, disinfects itself in one minute, and destroys organic and food stains.
The ideal coating in places that receive large numbers of people such as public transport, hospitals, performance halls, schools, hotels ...
It is possible to treat a metro train, for example, whether it is the ground, the walls, the windows, the bars, etc. with the same process.
They disinfect automatically upon contact with UV. If a person infected with Coronavirus sneezes in the subway train, it is automatically disinfected in one minute!
In Lyon, Sytral has already fitted this line of metro chairs with this intelligent velvet. "
This velvet is also installed in transport in Sidney (Australia), and soon in Poitiers (Vienne).
It concerns public transport in Île-de-France.
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