of Copper Surfaces
Learn about Copper’s ability to reduce the spread of bacteria and viruses.
“Copper can effectively help to prevent the spread of respiratory viruses…”
“Researchers found that a closely-related human coronavirus – 229E – can remain infectious on common surface materials for several days, but is rapidly destroyed on copper.”
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.
“A new study has found that copper hospital beds in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) harbored an average of 95% fewer bacteria than conventional hospital beds, and maintained these low-risk levels throughout patients’ stay in hospital.”
Summary of Inventorium Tank on June 26, 2020 written by CEO Steve Ring. Inventors discussed their newest products in development with the Inventorium. Investors are welcome.
Virtual Inventor’s Tank on June 26th at 5 PM. Sign up to be a Presenter or Panelist by Monday, June 22nd to attend this free Inventorium event via Zoom.
Steve Ring invented the Slim Z Bracket while developing prototypes for another Inventorium idea. Unable to find the right piece of hardware in stores, he designed his own.