Registration Date 27 Nov 2019
Revision Date 27 Nov 2019

Antibacterial carpet


Textile Home Textile



Kitchen Child Room The office Kindergarten Public places like mosques
Office Kindergarten Children’s rooms Kitchen Mosques


Anti-bacterial Rinse-resistant with common disinfectants Fireproofing Color stability Easy and accurate cleaning Waterproofing, and other contaminants Variety of colors

Anti-bacterial Activity Washability Fireproof Waterproof Color stability

Manufacturer's Description

Carpet and moquette as components of home and office interior decoration play an important role in creating the cofortable environment for living and working. Moquette, on the other hand, has received more attention in schools, offices, mosques and homes because of its lower cost and ease of use. Indoor ambient air is a complex mix of bio-aerosols and non-bio-particles. Among them are human and animal skin scales that are shed on the moquette, as well as other fungi, viruses and bacteria. Today, the moquette industry's share of the interior decoration market has declined due to reasons such as increased allergies, asthma and some other diseases in carpet or moquette -covered areas. Some methods can be used for disinfecting moquette such as bacterial spoilage of latex compounds during manufacturing or use of antibacterial additives in moquette structure. As a new approach, the use of nanocrystalline antibacterial materials will cause antibacterial activity on the surface and inhibit bacterial growth and odor.

Antibacterial property of oxide nanoparticles in the production of antibacterial moquette prevents the growth of bacteria and fungi. The antibacterial effect of the particles used in this moquette increases dramatically in the nanometer size, so that it is able to kill different types of bacteria.


According to the national standard number INSO 21145, this product contains nanoparticles and is eligible for being placed in the field of nanotechnology.


Antibacterial activity is an indicator of the ability of the product to eliminate the bacteria which are in contact with it, and is obtained from the logarithmic comparison of the number of bacteria present on the control sample and the produced sample after 24 hours of contact with the bacteria. According to the standard, when the anti-bacterial activity of the product is between 2 and 3, the term "effective" can be used, while if the antibacterial activity is greater than 3, it has a strong effect.

The antibacterial activity of this product was evaluated according to the National Standard "Antibacterial Activity Measurement on Plastic and Other Immobilized surfaces", ISIRI 10900.