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NanoTouch is the world’s first and only manufacturer of NanoSeptic products that constantly kill bacteria, viruses, and fungi. NanoTouch also serves the hospitality, travel, education, and food service industries with products such as travel mats, counter and tray table mats, TV channel guides, and menu covers, in addition to facility touch points such as door push pads and handle wraps, portable mats for counters and bathroom vanities, and custom products like grocery cart and public transportation grab-handle wraps.

NanoSeptic with tagline The New Clean™ is the latest advancement in continuously self-cleaning surfaces. NanoSeptic surfaces are engineered with a proprietary blend of material science, nanotechnology and green chemistry to constantly kill bacteria, viruses and fungi, without the use of toxins, heavy metals or diluted poisons. And NanoTouch products offer more than a way to provide customers with cleaner surfaces, it's a way to visually communicate the commitment to them well-being at every contact point. NanoSeptic® surface products by NanoTouch Materials have been recognized for making a positive difference in education by K12 leaders who named it to District Administration magazine’s “Readers’ Choice Top 100 Product for 2013.”

To begin with the history, in three years ago, NanoTouch Materials went from a couple of guys with an idea to a company with international appeal. The product, the removal NanoSeptic Surfaces marketed at Lynchburg's YMCA or the Craddock Terry Hotel. Now orders are coming from around the world for a product born in the Heart of Virginia. Dennis Hackemeyer and Mark Sisson know what it's like to have an idea worth millions. Their passion is something unlike anything in the world. They know, because they invented it.It's called NanoSeptic, and it's the world's only continuously self-cleaning surface. It fights the spread of disease with engineering and technology instead of elbow grease or chemicals.

NanoTouch recently completed independent lab tests at the request of it's Mid East distributor to verify the effectiveness of NanoSeptic surfaces against the Coronavirus, a strain of which is causing the outbreak of MERS-CoV – Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus. Similar to SARS, this virus has a mortality rate of more than 50% and has now spread to other countries including the UK and France. With no detectable viruses on the NanoSeptic surface after 30 minutes and more than 56% of the viruses alive on the stainless steel control surface, Middle East contacts are speculating that NanoSeptic surfaces can help to reduce cross contamination of this outbreak since the exact way it is spread is currently unknown. Additional testing will be done to find out how quickly the NanoSeptic surface kills the microbes on a surface.

NanoSeptic surfaces have also been shown to be effective against other known viruses, bacteria and fungi including C. Diff and other spores, Staph, MRSA, E. Coli, Norovirus and many others. Now, prove that NanoTouch is out to make the world a better and healthier place to live, work, and play.

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