AG+FRESH by NANOX
in fibers and fabrics
A new antimicrobial designed to bring you increased, long-lasting protection
New technology, new frontiers
AG+FRESH brings you a new concept in antimicrobial nanotechnology.
A product developed by Nanox, a reference in the area.
More quality, greater benefit
The virucidal, bactericidal and fungicidal action of AG+FRESH adds value to products, providing more protection and benefits to consumers.
for different clients
Technology and specificity are key for the functionality and high efficiency of AG+FRESH .
For this reason, we have developed two distinct formats for incorporating the AG+FRESH technology into textile products.
The AG+FRESH additive is incorporated in the extrusion process for producing multifilaments and monofilaments
AG+FRESH is impregnated in the textile finishing processes - ideal for the areas of fabric weaving and dyeing.
Technology in practice
Antiviral - Bactericide - Fungicide
Coronavirus deactivation by 99.99% in just 2 minutes
A study with the renowned Virology Research Center of the Institute of Biological Sciences at the University of São Paulo shows that textiles using AG+FRESH technology reach the 99,99% inhibition percentage of the virus in just 2 minutes.
Cópias de virions/mL
Material sem tecido
Tecido sem tratamento
Tecido com AG+Fresh
In the same study, results were obtained against S. aureus (gram-positive) and E. coli (gram-negative) bacteria. The difference between untreated and AG+FRESH-treated textile samples is evident.
Quantitative antimicrobial analysis
We also performed a quantitative analysis of antimicrobial activity in textiles treated with AG+FRESH, complying with AATCC 100.
The test included the bacteria S. aureus
(gram-positive) and E. coli (gram-negative), and the microorganism C. albicans (fungus).
tested and approved
AG+FRESH does not induce any process of primary skin irritability, accumulated skin irritability or sensitization.
It has been tested and approved
as safe to use.
AG+FRESH does not induce any photosensitizing or photoirritating process.
It is safe for topical use, in accordance with the ANVISA Security Guidelines.