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KCI등재 학술저널

A Case Study on In-vitro Efficacy & Utilization of Antimicrobial Copper Film Attaching to Window for Responding to COVID-19 and Others

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As part of measures to prevent the occurrence and spread of infections in the health and medical system related to COVID-19, which is a global pandemic, we propose a plan to utilize it through the results of the efficacy test of anti-microbial copper film for window attachment. The Korea Institute for Construction and Living Environment (KCL) has certified 99.9% of the efficacy of anti-microbial copper films, and the results of the “Activity Removal Performance Evaluation of COVID-19 in Antimicrobial Films” certification test have proven to deactivate the coronavirus with satisfactory results. At room temperature, more than 100,000 Corona 19 viruses, 10,000 and 1,000 were exposed to the surface of anti-bacterial films for 24 hours, respectively, and 97.2%, 96.7%, and 90.6%, respectively, confirmed that they lost their infectious power. In the future, the use of anti-microbial copper films through additional government-led clinical trials is necessary to industrialize health.

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