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SilverAg Nanoparticle /Nanopowder CAS Number : 7440-22-4
It has long been acknowledged that hospital sheets and blankets can play a significant role in both harboring and spreading hospital acquired infections (HAIs). Soiled sheets and blankets constitute one of the largest concentrations of microbial contamination in the hospital environment and effectively addressing this challenge is a critical part of any infection prevention program. We keep you covered the right way SilverCare Plus® 100% cotton thermal hospital blankets are a vital component in any hospitals bacteria-reduction strategy. Our thermal blankets effectively and continuously eliminate 99.9% of bacteria which comes directly into contact with the blanket surface between launderings. With a tightly weaved checkerboard design, SilverCare Plus® thermal hospital blankets provide minimal snagging, are anti-static and have thermo regulating features making them the ideal choice for patient warmth, comfort and protection.
SilverCare Plus® antimicrobial performance fabrics are specifically designed to reduce both soft surface contamination and lateral transmission of bacterial causing infections from and between patients, visitors and health care personnel. Silver Care Plus® with X-Static® eliminates 99.9% of bacteria directly on the fabric, providing ongoing, comprehensive and proactive anti-microbial performance, reducing environmental contamination without additional cleaning protocols, behavior modification or training. The antibacterial technology behind X-Static is safe and has been proven time over to be the industry standard. Based on a permanent bonding process, X-Static® silver yarn is weaved into every one of our SilverCare Plus® fabrics. SilverCare Plus® antimicrobial performance fabrics are soft to the touch, durable, performance ready and guaranteed to provide antibacterial protection throughout the life of each product. Silver Care Plus® is an effective soft surface bacterial management solution and plays an important part in any health care facility's overall bacteria-reduction strategy.