In its (elemental) metallic form, silver is inert and does not kill bacteria. Silver atoms (written as Ag or Ag0) must lose an electron and become positively charged silver ions, Ag+. Silver is ionised in air, but above all in a humid environment. Silver ions are highly reactive and affect multiple sites in bacterial cells, guaranteeing their destruction.
Protects 24h a day, 7 days a week, and thus between 2 cleans
Protects inaccessible areas
Inhibits the development of 99.99% of the germs tested (tests in conformity with the ISO 22196 standard)