Pandemic Response

WORLD HEALTH ORGANISATION RESPONSE: Disinfection practices are important to reduce the potential for COVID-19 virus contamination in non-healthcare settings, such as in the home, office, schools, gyms, publicly accessible buildings, faith-based community centres, markets, transportation and business settings or restaurants. High-touch surfaces in these non-health care settings should be identified for priority disinfection such as door and window handles, kitchen and food preparation areas, counter tops, bathroom surfaces, toilets and taps, touchscreen personal devices, personal computer keyboards, and work surfaces.

WORLD HEALTH ORGANISATION RESPONSE: No. The use of gloves by the public in public spaces is not a recommended or proven prevention measure. Wearing gloves in public spaces does not replace the need for hand hygiene, nor does it offer any additional measure of protection against the COVID-19 virus than hand hygiene. Gloves do not provide complete protection against hand contamination, as pathogens may gain access to the hands via small defects in gloves or by contamination of the hands during glove removal. People can also transfer pathogens from one surface to another by touching with gloved hands, or even transfer pathogens to the mouth, nose, or eyes if they touch their face with gloved hands.

WORLD HEALTH ORGANISATION RESPONSE: In outdoor spaces, large-scale spraying or fumigation in areas such as streets or open market places for the COVID-19 virus or other pathogens is not recommended. Streets and sidewalks are not considered as routes of infection for COVID-19. Spraying disinfectants, even outdoors, can be noxious for people’s health and cause eye, respiratory or skin irritation or damage. This practice will be ineffective since the presence of dirt or rubbish for example, inactivates the disinfectant, and manual cleaning to physically remove all matter is not feasible. This is even less effective on porous surfaces such as sidewalks and unpaved walkways. Even in the absence of dirt or rubbish, it is unlikely that chemical spraying would adequately cover surfaces allowing the required contact time to inactivate pathogens.

A CSIRO study has confirmed that Sars-Cov-2, the virus which causes the Covid 19 disease, can survive on common surfaces such as stainless steel, glass, vinyl and paper and polymer banknotes, for up to 28 days.

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High Touch™ with Nanoshield Technology

If the film is unscratched, damaged or modified, High Touch™’s self-disinfecting effect lasts up to 12 months. We suggest replacing the film every 6 months to ensure maximum efficacy.

High Touch™ film can be cleaned simply using a dry microfibre cloth. To clean any dirty areas, simply use a damp cloth to wipe down the film’s surface. No special cleaners are necessary although alcohol or bleach based cleaners will not affect the efficacy of the film. A simulated wiping test was undertaken to simulate regular cleaning over 12 months (3 times per day x 365 days) with 4 different cleaning protoclos/liquids amd the film still killed 99.9% of the influenza virus after 12 months simulated cleaning across all 4 protocols

Our patented Copper Compound infused films continuously kill greater than 99.99% of Viruses (and Bacteria) that cause hospital acquired infections (HAIs) including Coronaviruses (SARS-CoV2), Influenza, E Coli, Staphylococcus and Noroviruses. The the antiviral activity commences as soon as a virus comes into contact with the film.

Unlike hand sanitisers, High Touch™ film does not have any harmful effects on your skin. Our film passed ISO 10993 for skin irritation and skin sensitivity. It has been rigorously tested for oral toxicity, ocular and skin irritation, mutagenicity and cytotoxicity testing. Our film is perfectly safe to touch.

We have a range of High Touch™ products that are suitable for almost any surface that requires sanitation.

Alcohol-based and similar spray disinfectants only cleanse a surface of existing viruses and bacteria in that moment. Subsequently, viruses and bacteria can survive on these surfaces in between scheduled cleaning times.

With High Touch™, viruses and bacteria start being eliminated from the moment of contact. A combination of High Touch™ and standard cleaning protocols can significantly reduce disease transmission in the community

High Touch™ film comes in two adhesive types: low and high strength. Neither will damage the surface. Low strength adhesive is recommended for glass and touch screens. High strength adhesive is recommended for all other surfaces.

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There is no difference between the products. ReSPR is the international brand. The CASPR brand is exclusive to the USA.

The hydrogen peroxide that is produced is very safe. In fact it is never more than 0.03 parts per million (ppm) – which is way below the world benchmark of 1.00ppm for long-term exposure to hydrogen peroxide.

There is absolutely no need to ever fill the machine with any liquid at all. The technology converts into hydrogen peroxide the water that is naturally in the air as it circulates in the room/space that is being sanitised by the ReSPR.

Not at all. There is indeed a UV light in each unit. However, the UV light has a role only as a ‘finisher’ to the process of high-sanitisation. This takes place through a mechanical and chemical reaction as the air passes through specially coated grill and past a catalytic lens. This means that the UV light is important but it is less important than the other processes.

The installation of the ReSPR technology is relatively simple. All units are ‘plug-and-play’. The FLEX and ONE are book-shelf mounted. The HVAC units are easy to instal. Even the bespoke units can be installed without fuss.