University Hospital Calls NanoSeptic Surface "Magical Paper"

King Saud University College of Medicine verifies NanoSeptic's rapid kill rate

king-abdulaziz-university-hospital-logoKing Abdul-Aziz University Hospital in Saudi Arabia recently conducted their own tests on the NanoSeptic surface while working with NanoTouch's exclusive distributor for several Middle Eastern countries, Safe Life FZC. The products were tested against several types of Gram positive, Gram negative, and MRSA bacteria . After receiving the initial test results, the NanoSeptic products were referred to as 'Magical Paper'. Doctor Amr Saeb, head of biotechnology in King Abdul-Aziz University Research Center which is part of King Saud University, said "as a microbial geneticist, I am really excited by the latest approaches to cleaning in a safe and environmentally conscious way."