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XTIO2 FABRIC featured at ISPBC Showcase
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Oct '11
International Self-Powered Building Council (ISPBC) showcased the most powerful anti-contagion fabric by XTIO2 INC at GoingGreen Silicon Valley. The event in San Francisco City Hall was organized by Tony Perkins (founder of Red Herring)/AlwaysOn and sponsored by Morgan Stanley, KPMG and Bridge Bank.

The ISPBC showcase was hosted by Ray Rothrock from Venture Capital, and panel participants included Carrie Armel from Precourt Institute for Energy Efficiency, Stanford University and Bill Weihl, Green Energy Czar from Google.

XTIO2 FABRIC offers the highest anti-bacterial efficacy of 99.999% (R6.08 under 1-hour) proven by SGS Food Laboratory tests against dangerous E.coli and MRSA bacteria.

XTIO2 FABRIC's powerful anti-contagion function can be life-saving, protecting people in medical, sports, fashion, military, hospitality and public transportation fields. XTIO2 is an affordable product with a mass production method to coat various types of fabrics like uniforms, bedding, facemasks, underwear and medical gowns with long-lasting anti-germ benefits.

Lacking better sterilization protocol, hospitals and specifically hospital fabrics (gowns, drapes, uniform) were the source of recent H3N2 outbreaks in the U.S. and South-Korea, drug-resistant superbug (NDM-1, MRSA and CRKP which has 44% death-rate) and H1N1 infections.

The World Health Organization (WHO) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommend aggressive preventive measures for these global health risks. “These are very serious infections with severely limited treatment options,” warns associate director Dr. Arjun Srinivasan at the CDC.

XTIO2 FABRIC is sustainable and refreshable via sunlight or visible light indoors. XTIO2 offers enhanced sterilization protocols and a unique UV-closet system that provides pre-wash sterilization and anti-odor functions adding extra value for hospitals, hotels, sports and fashion industries.

ISPBC selected and certified XTIO2 FABRIC for its vast applications and benefits as a material-integrated green building solution against sick-building syndrome caused by Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs).

XTIO2 provides custom coating and licensing services to textile and clothing manufacturers who can offer consumers XTIO2-branded products with customized functions and benefits. XTIO2 FABRIC can provide a new marketing edge and expand XTIO2 benefits to worldwide consumers.

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