NTRR Works to Replicate Anti-Staph Success in More NCAA Locker Rooms
By Neutra Corp, http://www.businesswire.com
Neutra Corp, a fast-growing provider of all-natural wellness solutions, is working with joint venture partner Surface to Air Solutions, LLC (S2O2) to spread Texas Christian University’s proactive approach to protecting student athletes from deadly infections.
“Our company, along with our partners, has been in contact with numerous colleges around the country interested in replicating TCU’s success in battling dangerous infections.”
Earlier this month, S2O2 acquired Zero-Blast, a Texas-based company that specializes in advanced, anti-microbial coatings for germ-infested environments such as college sports locker rooms. Its top product, Armor-Blast, is a polymerized organosilane that bonds to surfaces and forms a barrier that kills germs, microbes and pathogens on contact. The safe, non-toxic coating needs only to be applied four times a year in order to provide 24/7 protection from staph, MRSA, e. coli, H1N1, black mold, athlete’s foot and more.
Zero-Blast has been working with TCU for four years, beginning with the sanitization of the school’s football facilities and equipment. The Armor-Blast treatment worked so well that Zero-Blast was hired to apply the same treatment to basketball, baseball, volleyball and soccer facilities, as well, including indoor field turf.
“TCU has been the perfect test case for this technology,” said NTRR CEO Sydney Jim. “Our company, along with our partners, has been in contact with numerous colleges around the country interested in replicating TCU’s success in battling dangerous infections.” Read more
Posted on February 26, 2014, in Education, Indoor Air Quality, Microbiology and tagged anti-microbial coatings, athlete’s foot, black mold, e. coli, germs, pathogens. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.