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TiO2/TiO2Ag Safety Information Index:

(Data Compiled: November 25, 2009)

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4. Why X-TiO2+Ag is Superior and Safer than COPPER(Cu) or ZINC(Sn) used by Other Facemask Makers.

From top effect anti-virus mask to surgical healer agent to aircraft coating for anti-UR radar detection, TiO2Ag today has unimaginable usages. Masks, medical/surgical cloths and equipment, medical personnel's outfits, and gauze/bandage, etc., are what we strongly insist on applying TiO2+Ag formula for the best anti-bacteria effect.

Although alternative metal ions like Copper(Cu) and Zinc(Sn) can be opted to cross compound with TiO2 but authorities alert of their disappointing germ-killing ability and possible poisoning inducing if the product is in prolong and un-proper use by consumers.

FDA of USA announced on September 13, 1991, that "This particle(TiO2Ag) can be widely produced and used in various products because of its excellent benefits..."

An article entitled, "Mightiest Germ Fighter" on the Science Digest (March, 1978) had cited: " ...it is exciting, Ag is really a new medical formula on modern days; it can kill over 650 different kinds of germs, yet does not do any harm to human body..." The article was concluded by Dr. Harry Margraf (Ph D. Medicine from Washington University) with "...Ag is by far the best germ killer I ever know...."

TiO2Ag's benefits on her book, "Nanotechnology and Human Life,"(published October 2006, Chinese edition) as "... a super power bacteria killer----Nano TiO2Ag particles have strong penetration power to break into bacteria cells to destroy and perish the germ's activity yet do not cause any harm to human body cells..."

  • Dr. Akira Fujishima, a brainchild and inventor of Japan's TiO2, wrote in his book, "The Mechanism of Photocatalysis"(October 2000, Japanese edition), " It is long known that both Ag and Cu metallic ions have good anti-bacteria power, with Ag much more widely used, because Cu is found possibly poisonous to some extent." He continued, " Ag is always a top choice, as it can kill more than 600 different kinds of germs, while Cu even has difficulty in killing germs like Colon Bacillus. As for Sn (Zinc), it is sparingly used because it can oxidize itself when exposed to light and disperse its iron ion to lose its power." Therefore, he indicated that "TiO2Ag is by far the best composition due to its strong photocatalytic power even under zero light condition."
  • 5. X.TiO2Ag vs.. +Cu (Copper), or, +Sn (Zinc)

    Super germ killing power under zero-light conditions

    From top effect anti-virus mask to surgical healer agent to aircraft coating for anti-UR radar detection, TiO2Ag today has unimaginable usages.

    Masks, medical/surgical cloths and equipment, medical personnel's outfits, and gauze/bandage, etc., are what we strongly insist on applying X.TiO2Ag formula for the best anti-bacteria effect.

  • Under low light conditions, we insist to go on ACTIVE-X.TiO2+Ag for the best, safest and most efficient photocatalytic function.
  • An article entitled, " Mightiest Germ Fighter" on the Science Digest(March 1978) had cited:
    "...it is exciting, Ag is really a new medical formula on modern days; it can kill over 650 different kinds of germs, yet does not do any harm to human body..." The article was concluded by Dr. Harry Margraf (PhD. Medicine from Washington University) with "...Ag is by far the best germ killer I ever know...."
  • A nano-technology expert, Dr. Liao Yuan-Ru, described TiO2Ag's benefits on her book, "Nanotechnology and Human Life,"(published October 2006, Chinese edition) as "... a super power bacteria killer----Nano TiO2Ag particles have strong penetration power to break into bacteria cells to destroy and perish the germ's activity yet do not cause any harm to human body cells..."
  • Dr. Akira Fujishima, a brainchild and inventor of Japan's TiO2, wrote in his book, "The Mechanism of Photocatalysis"(October 2000, Japanese edition), " It is long known that both Ag and Cu metallic ions have good anti-bacteria power, with Ag much more widely used, because Cu is found possibly poisonous to some extent." He continued, " Ag is always a top choice, as it can kill more than 600 different kinds of germs, while Cu even has difficulty in killing germs like Colon Bacillus. As for Sn (Zinc), it is sparingly used because it can oxidize itself when exposed to light and disperse its iron ion to lose its power." Therefore, he indicated that "TiO2Ag is by far the best composition due to its strong photocatalytic power even under zero light condition."
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