COVID-19 has jeopardised the financial viability of shared vehicles and areas on two different fronts. The first one is the user’s engagement. According to relevant mobility polls, the decrease in number of users of shared mobility services can jump up to 26%, with the corresponding decrease in revenue for service providers. In parallel to the decrease in the revenue comes an increase in the operational costs due to necessary sanitation measures.
The best solution is a self-disinfecting surface able to provide permanent and passive protection for users. For this purpose, Nano-Care has developed Liquid Guard®, a nanotechnology-based product able to eliminate microbes, including viruses, bacteria, and fungi. It interacts with the lipidic membrane of the microbe, causing their elimination immediately, so the treated surface remains microbe-free. It can also be applied on textile parts, including helmets, and so user safety is maximised.
Liquid Guard® is applied once directly onto the surface of the vehicle, after which it stays active. Additional human intervention is not needed, thus reducing the costs for the service providers, and increasing user safety.
This solution is perfect for mobility sharing services and shared public or private spaces.
Liquid Guard® guarantees the disinfection of all treated surfaces. This maximises user safety, which in turn increases users’ confidence in using the shared service or area.
After a single application, the product provides permanent and passive protection, thus reducing maintenance costs.
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Trafficable according to the Biocidal Products Regulation (BPR, Regulation (EU) 528/2012)