NOW IS THE TIME TO FIGHT BACK AGAINST CORONA VIRUSES
WITH NEW TECHNOLOGY
New Viroblocker and Vesicle combination technology attacks the
cell walls of the virus or bacteria and destroys them within 30 minutes.
Tested effective against SARS-COV-2 (Covid-19). Reducing the risk of Spread and Infection.
Using a combination of silver & vesicle technology: the silver technology attracts the oppositely
charged viruses and binds permanently to their sulfur groups. Subsequently, the fatty spherical
vesicle technology (Liposomes) helps to deplete the viral membrane of its cholesterol content in
minutes, therefore the silver can destroy the virus rapidly.
NEW TO MARKET
MMXX Viroblocker Antiviral Glove
The glove has been designed to increase your resistance to harmful viruses and bacteria.
The new technology built into this unique product adds further protection by use of a proven Antiviral finish which inhibits both viruses and bacteria from multiplying.
The dual action combines mechanical fibre filtering and Antiviral properties to reduce the risk of both infection and spread.
Machine washable and therefore freshly sanitised after each wash.
SPECIALLY FINISHED WITH AN
ECO-FRIENDLY ANTIVIRAL TREATMENT
REUSABILITY GIVES MMXX PRODUCTS A POSITIVE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT
THE AVERAGE FACE MASK IS NOT FITTED OR SEALED WHICH LEAVES GAPS AROUND THE MOUTH AND ARE THEREFORE NOT FILTERING ALL OF THE AIR THAT COMES IN OR OUT.
“REDUCED THE RISK OF INFECTIONS IN HEALTH CARE WORKERS BY ABOUT 85 PERCENT.”
“Masks will, however, block most large respiratory droplets from other people’s sneezes and coughs from entering your mouth and nose, said Dr. Amesh Adalja, an infectious disease physician at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security. Coronaviruses are primarily spread through droplets, he said.”
“Dr. Mark Loeb, an infectious disease specialist at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, said a study during an outbreak of the SARS coronavirus found that any type of protection, whether a mask or a respirator, reduced the risk of infections in health care workers by about 85 percent.”