Plasma Sanitizers Kill Bacteria In 4 Seconds

Plasma Sanitizers Kill Bacteria In 4 Seconds
Design

A new kind of sanitizing technology is being developed by researchers looking to make deep cleaning faster and easier.

Dan Gould
  • 16 february 2010

A new kind of sanitizing technology is being developed by researchers looking to make deep cleaning faster and easier. The New York Times reports that room temperature plasma, a gas commonly found in neon signs and TV displays, can act as an effective sanitizer, killing bacteria, viruses and fungi in a mere four seconds.

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