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Sanitized Silver with greater efficiency & on-the-spot quality control
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Was the Sanitized silver product really applied to the textile? Every step of the production and distribution chain is regularly confronted with this question. Until now, it was only possible to test and confirm this in a laboratory: A real time-consuming procedure.

An innovation from the team at SANITIZED now makes an active contribution to greater efficiency and enables a reliable quality check of the textiles equipped with silver – on site, during production, at the wholesaler, and even at the point of sale. This is made possible through the new Sanitized T 28-28 M with its integrated marker function.

The basis for the new product with multiple uses is the recognized Sanitized Silver, which now has an added marker and can be applied in one production step. There is no added expense. The marker material is visible under a laser.

Assured handling safety
Not just any laser is used. Research during the development process showed that standard laser technology is a consistent cause of eye damage to users. Since this is very distant from our understanding of safety at SANITIZED, we developed our own Sanitized Spotlight technology. It is certified safe and constructed in a way to avoid any possibility of eye damage. The laser used in the Sanitized Spotlight fulfills the criteria for an official Class 1 laser and thus can be used without restrictions.

With the new Sanitized T 28-28 M, manufacturers have, besides the established and proven Sanitized Silver hygiene function, active support for quality control and thus greater efficiency and safety – for the product and the user.

Sanitized AG

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