TECHNOLOGY
OF GERMAGIC™

DESCRIPTION OF
Germagic™

GERMAGIC™ is the first product in the GERMAGIC™ series. It is an antimicrobial coating which gives "contact-killing", "release-killing" and "anti-adhesion" abilities to HEPA filters. Unlike conventional antimicrobial technologies which solely rely on contact-killing, GERMAGIC™ releases Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS) in a controlled-manner, allowing germicidal effect in the coating’s proximal area.

GERMAGIC™ is wide spectrum and is effective against bacteria, fungi and viruses. GERMAGIC™ is most notable to be effective against Avian Flu, Swine Flu and Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus. GERMAGIC™ is also among the first HEPA filters to have undergone viral aerosol virucidal tests.

Fungi
Bacteria
Viruses

Technology OF Germagic™

Through "contact-killing", "release-killing" and "anti-adhesion", GERMAGICTM gives a new definition to germicidal HEPA filters.

In-house test on Germagic™
coating with US-EPA GSPT MB-06-08

VIRUS (30s contact)

h1n1 swine flu (>99.9%)

h1n1 (>99.9%)

h3n2 (>99.9%)

RSV (>99.9%)

EV71 (99%)

SPORES (30 MIN contact)
bacteria (60s contact)

Third-Party Test On Germagic™

COATED HEPA BY GIRD IN ACCORDANCE TO SECTION 2.1.1.10 OF TECHNICAL STANDARDS FOR DISINFECTION

VIRUS (30S CONTACT) Elimination RATE
MERS-COV 98.8% (60 MIN CONTACT)
H1N1 INFLUENZA A VIRUS >99.999% (60 MIN CONTACT)
INFLUENZA B VIRUS >99% (60 MIN CONTACT)
ENTEROVIRUS 71 >99% (30 MIN CONTACT)
H1N1 SWINE FLU OR NOVEL INFLUENZA A >99.9% (60 MIN CONTACT)
H3N2 HONG KONG FLU VIRUS >99% (60 MIN CONTACT)
H7N9 AVIAN INFLUENZA >99.9% (60 MIN CONTACT)

Coated Filter by Eurofins (UK) in accordance to ISO 20743:2013

Bacteria Elimination Rate
Staphylococcus aureus (ATCC 6538P) >99.99%
Klebsiella pneumonie (ATCC 4352 - DSM789) >99.99%

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