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UCL tests prove Airlite paint kills coronaviruses

LONDON–()–Virology Research Services at University College London (UCL) has tested an actively air purifying paint from Airlite, finding it kills viruses by 99.9%, including human coronavirus NL63, after just 15 minutes of contact. The paint had already been proven to be anti-bacterial and anti-mould, as well as actively purifying the air of pollutants and odours in independent scientific tests across Europe.

Airlite enables light to create a perpetually ionised protective shield on and around the painted surface. When a virus comes into contact with this ionised shield, the hydroxide ions (OH) aggressively steal a second hydrogen to return to water (H2O) from the lipid-protein layer of the virus. Without the…

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