A Smart Chemical Company Ventex Launches GN MEDI Antibacterial Spray Which Sterilizes 99.99 Percent of Influenza A Virus

SEOUL, South Korea– -Ventex launched GN MEDI 99.9% antibacterial spray which is an eco-friendly and odorless product containing harmless minerals for sterilization and disinfection.

Ventex is a technical company in Korea that received IR52 Jang Young-shil Awards hosted by MSIT five times. Ventex received the awards in 2019, thanks to the antibacterial spray that featured the world’s first ‘coating technique with antibacterial mineral’.

GN MEDI 99.9% antibacterial spray eliminates 99.9 percent of pneumococcus, colon bacillus, and staphylococcus aureus. And Korea Testing & Research Institute checked that it sterilized 99.99 percent of Influenza A virus that is the same RNA virus family as COVID-19.

Nationally Authorized Testing- Inspection and Research Institute, KOTITI checked that the masks’ filters worked fine after spraying the antibacterial spray on KF94 mask. They checked filters’ functions under criteria, passing amount of paraffin oil per minute following the test method of KF masks and it was widely known that KF94 mask usually prevented ninety-four percent.

When KOTITI tested pneumococcus after seventy-two hours from spraying the antibacterial spray on the mask, the mask had maintained 99.9 percent of excellent antibacterial function. The spray also eliminates the offensive smell by degrading odor.

Gyeongchan Go, President of Ventex said, “GN MEDI 99.9% antibacterial spray maintains the antibacterial effect for a long time compared to highly volatile ethanol and has an excellent safety unlike chlorine-releasing products causing cancers. Now you can use our spray that passed the skin irritation test for clothing and textile products as well as doorknobs, hand straps on the metro, and elevator buttons.”

The antibacterial spray is also used for sterilization, disinfection, and deodorization and acknowledged by KATRI that they fit for a stability standard of risk-concerned products. The safety test result will come out from U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) during this month.

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