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Antimicrobial effects of RONS
Our ModuNOx™ OEM solutions and NOxLab™ R&D products allowed a rapid response to the COVID-19 pandemic with OXONOX (external link) – delivering automatic, continuous ozone disinfection of escalator handrails – in busy public spaces such as railway stations, airports and retail hubs.
- OXONOX website
- Network Rail: Manchester Piccadilly escalator trials virus busting technology
- Elevator World: Sterilizing technology undergoes test on UK escalator
- BCM PR: Berkeley Square House adopts revolutionary plasma technology to build trust among visitors
- Morgan IAT: Following the science for the new normal
Our NOxLab™ R&D products have also been used in applied microbiology studies at the universities of Surrey, Hull and Cardiff – in the contexts of wound care, food processing and hard surface disinfection – funded by the National Biofilms Innovation Centre (NBIC) and Innovate UK.
In these studies our devices showed >99.99% effectiveness against many bacterial (and one fungal) species – including antimicrobial-resistant strains – plus the ability to delay biofilm formation.
Bioactive effects of RONS
Our NOxLab™ R&D products have been used in wound healing & dermatology research by a medtech multinational, University of Hull (British Skin Foundation, National Biofilms Innovation Centre and Innovate UK) and Queen Mary University of London (MedCity).
In these studies, our partners demonstrated stimulation of bioprocesses linked to tissue growth (cell proliferation, migration).
We are also providing ModuNOx™ OEM solutions to a producer of plant-based cosmetics, to optimise plant growth with NOx gases.
Chemical effects of RONS
We’ve worked closely with the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) and Surrey Space Centre over many years to comprehensively characterise the chemical outputs of our devices – funded by Innovate UK, the Space Research & Innovation Network for Technology (SPRINT) and EPSRC Impact Acceleration Account.