AntiViral Copper Products


Copper has been recognized as a natural killer of bacteria and viruses.

Scientific researchers have reported on the metal’s anti-microbial properties in numerous studies.

As we have learned, COVID-19 transmissions occur mainly by inhaling contaminated droplets that are suspended in the air. However, the virus can remain infectious on surfaces for several days. To avoid becoming infected through the mouth or nose, we are cautioned to wash hands and sanitize surfaces.

Metallic copper kills viruses much faster and more effectively than other surfaces. Copper ions attack the outer lining of virus and bacteria cells causing them to disintegrate.

This diagram from the study “Metallic Copper as an Antimicrobial Surface” published by the American Society for Microbiology demonstrates “contact killing”. Ions from a Copper surface damage and rupture the cell membrane.

Copper may be the most practical solution for an antimicrobial, hard surface material. 

Copper is

  • Natural

  • Naturally Disinfecting

  • Cost-Effective

  • Widely Available

  • Malleable

  • Applicable as a Coating

It can be used for manufacturing

  • Appliances

  • Countertops

  • Fixtures

  • Hardware

  • Utensils 

  • Accessories

Some claim that pure copper jewelry provides health benefits, due to chemical interaction with the skin. Inventorium offers a line of antimicrobial products, including various styles of Pure Copper Cuff Bracelets.

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