"The process of disinfecting surfaces with standard chemical agents is fairly common. These usually involve alcohol or ammonia-based solvents. While these agents are very effective in disinfecting and sterilizing surfaces, their applications are limited in several important ways.
The volatile nature of these solvents results in rapid evaporation after application and therefore renders the surface almost immediately susceptible to re-contamination.
The “toxic” nature of the chemicals limits their use around humans, pets, and plants
Persistent disinfection requires more frequent application with associated significant additional cost."
- ERWIN LO, M.D.
Dr. Erwin Lo, Neurosurgeon and founder, collaborated over 15 years ago with a group of experts as it relates to material science and biotechnology, to develop a very unique soluble antimicrobial solution to protect multiple diverse surfaces including the human skin. The antimicrobial affect occurs when the solution dries and mechanically attaches, leaving behind a nanomolecular silica dioxide crystalline-like layer, which eradicates many bacteria and viruses. For years, science has combated these biohazards with “Chemical Kills” – utilizing toxic combinations of chemicals against various biological threats (many types of bacteria, viruses, etc.). Through the study and advancements in the ﬁeld of nanotechnology, Strategia has developed a process to create a “Mechanical Kill” allowing the surface of an object itself to destroy the cell walls of the bio threat attempting to adhere. This covalent bond becomes a barrier on the surface in which it is attached. Our team has developed patented systems of applications and materials that provide a variety of solutions to almost any public healthcare threat. In addition, our unique technologies provide various methods of protection, which include a delivery system in aerosol form (Vapor/Mist) for large area coverage. Our team of experts have collaborated with Major Airlines, Cruise Lines and other public transportation industries concerned about the spread of microbes in passenger cabins, and developed an electrostatically charged disinfectant sprayer, to treat an entire vessel in a matter of minutes.