Introduction to the properties of antibacterial aluminum veneer:
What is antibacterial aluminum veneer? Antibacterial ceiling board is a new type of coating with antibacterial and bactericidal functions on the traditional aluminum plate. Because the antibacterial aluminum veneer is endowed with antibacterial property, the antibacterial components on the surface of the material can be contacted to kill or inhibit the growth and reproduction of microorganisms, thus achieving the purpose of long-term health, safety and self-cleaning. All kinds of products made of antibacterial materials have the functions of sanitation and self-cleaning, long-term, economic and convenient. Compared with ordinary aluminum veneer, antibacterial aluminum ceiling can avoid many complicated cleaning and cleaning work, effectively avoid bacterial transmission, reduce cross infection and disease transmission. Antibacterial aluminum veneer in the development of the road has been maintaining green environmental protection and high performance development. The basic requirement of antibacterial board is that it must be clean and antibacterial, and has the characteristics of new decorative board which traditional materials do not have, such as fire prevention, weather resistance, moisture resistance, radiation protection, antistatic and so on.
The antibacterial powder coating on the surface of aluminum veneer can inhibit the growth, reproduction or killing of microorganisms
1. Silver ions can penetrate the attached microorganisms and interfere with the bacterial cell wall;
2. Silver ions can destroy the DNA of microorganisms and prevent them from replicating and proliferating until they die completely
3. Silver ions can kill bacteria without damaging normal cells.
Silver has been known to have antimicrobial properties for centuries. Although exactly how silver kills bacteria remains a mystery, researchers at the University of Arkansas have taken a step towards a better understanding of the process by looking at the dynamics of proteins in living bacteria at the molecular level.
Traditionally, the antimicrobial activity of silver has been measured by bioassay, which compares the effect of a substance on the test organism with that of a standard untreated preparation.
In the Journal of applied and environmental microbiology, an advanced imaging technology called "single event tracking light activated positioning microscope" is used to observe and track specific proteins found in E.coli over a period of time. "Silver ions are known to inhibit and kill bacteria," the researchers found. Therefore, we expect that all substances in the bacteria will slow down after silver treatment. The researchers observed that silver ions caused the separation of paired DNA strands in bacteria and weakened the binding force between proteins and DNA. Tension is applied by bending DNA strands, making them easier to interact with other chemicals, including silver ions. This approach has been proposed to combat so-called "superbugs" that are resistant to common prescription antibiotics.
The ultimate goal is to use the new knowledge gained from the project to make better antibiotics based on silver nanoparticles.
The antibacterial powder coating used in our building materials has passed the SGS test and certification, and the Japanese industrial standard is 22801:20102 2.0. It has excellent antibacterial performance and antibacterial durability, which provides a more reliable guarantee for healthy "bacterial protection". After repeated experiments, it is found that nano silver antibacterial agent can strongly inhibit the propagation and spread of a variety of bacteria including Escherichia coli, Staphylococcus aureus, Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Candida albicans, and about 650 kinds of bacteria such as algae, fungi and molds. In addition to its high antibacterial activity, nano silver also has certain antiviral effect, and has certain inhibitory and preventive effects on influenza virus, SARS coronavirus, avian influenza virus and human immunodeficiency virus.