A one-of-a-kind advancement to fight against the spread of potentially lethal viruses and bacteria.
Our patent-pending proprietary technology was originally invented to fight against the major threat of multi-drug resistant bacteria…
But today it’s much more than that — offering protection against deadly disease-causing Coronaviruses.
Inspired by water-resistant lotus leaves, it was created using a combination of nano-scale surface engineering and chemistry to develop a flexible surface coating that repels all kinds of bacteria and viruses.
Our technology consists of nanoscopic ‘wrinkles’ on which water, blood, bacteria, viruses — almost anything — ‘bounce’ off of when they come in contact with its surface.
Our technology has been shown to repel the following pathogens:
Our patent-pending technology is the ONLY protective surface coating to physically repel viruses and bacteria from touch, significantly reducing transmission of harmful pathogens.
Our products are self-cleaning and provide 24-hour protection, 7 days a week.
Our technology repels harmful pathogens at the source, preventing them from attaching to a surface and dramatically reducing their transmission by touch.
Our surface technology is derived from a proprietary 7-step treatment process to create surfaces that repel all kinds of substances.
It is able to repel both high surface tension (e.g., water) and low surface tension (e.g., oil) liquids, as well as microscopic structures like bacteria, viruses, and pathogens. It can be easily applied to surfaces and protect them from contamination.
The technology causes substances to assume a spherical shape. This enables the contact area and the adhesion force between the surface and droplet to be significantly reduced, resulting in the substance sliding off the surface and a “self-cleaning” process.
The first product of its kind, REPELWRAP, is a revolutionary breakthrough in the fight against contact-born infections. It will help keep people safe and healthy from acquiring and transmitting potentially deadly infections through high-traffic touch points.