Clothing brands claim to be making jeans, dress shirts with ‘anti-coronavirus’ materials
We have tested the active ingredient against Influenza A, BirdFlu, Norovirus, and Corona (SARS) over the years, and in all cases, we have achieved 99% levels of reduction. What we bring with the ISO18184:2019 is a standard test for the determination of the antiviral activity of textile products in a two-hour timespan, where it has to reduce the virus by 99%, to pass. This test uses viruses of the Influenza A strain, but we can use more and other virus strains as they become available. The active ingredient is a biocide and it is made of a reaction mass of titanium dioxide.