Showing how Livinguard technology works by illustrating the diffusion to surface, adherence to a polycationic surface, and RNA leakage and virus inactivation.

Step 1: Capture

Support materials, such as. B. Textiles that have been treated with Livinguard have around 24 billion charges per square centimeter. They act like a magnet for viruses and bacteria. The Livinguard treatment creates a positive “magnet” for the negatively charged viruses and bacteria. Upon contact, these microorganisms attach to the tissue. This step is known as trapping or “adsorption”.

Step 2: Destroy

The positively charged “magnet” is stronger than the negative charge of the microorganisms, so that they give way and burst. The cell walls of bacteria and yeasts and the protein capsules or shells of viruses are destroyed and their now harmless contents escape and decompose.

Step 3: Repeat

When the microorganisms are destroyed, they lose their charge. They fall off the fabric or can be washed off. As soon as they leave their place on the material, they also release the charges to which they previously adhered. The material retains its revolutionary effect and continues to kill with the same breadth (variety of germs), effectiveness (number of germs), speed, and persistence.