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                                                                               Radu Baciu, Symphony’s Director of Technical                                                                                   
“Coronavirus is a terrible pandemic, and we must all take great care to protect yourselves and our
families and colleagues, especially from microbes which may be able to defeat the human body’s immune system.
A lot of companies are offering antimicrobial wipes, sprays, and gels, but wouldn’t it be marvelous if
highly dangerous microbes were destroyed if they landed on any piece of plastic or rubber so that they don’t get a
chance to infect us?
We at Symphony did not expect an epidemic of this magnitude, but we needed to be prepared.
So, my colleagues and I have been doing research and testing to find a way to deliver this protection.
We are specialists in plastics, and I am glad to say that we have found a way to make plastic articles so that they
are lethal to bacteria and fungi, and we have received approval from the FDA in the USA for our antibacterial
bread-packaging. Because the antimicrobial capability is embedded in the plastic itself, it is much better than wipes
or sprays as it never wears off.
   We have researched the scientific data and we think that our special plastic will be
effective against viruses, and we have initiated tests at an independent laboratory to prove this.                                    
  Radu Baciu is a polymer scientist with 40 years of experience in making special plastics

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The following products can be made antimicrobial

 
Kitchen worktops and table-tops
Water pipes and ducting for ventilation and AC systems
Light-switches, door-handles, and WC seats
Computer Keyboards and mice
Packaging and bottles
Telephones, mobile phones, credit cards, and banknotes
Plastic sheets for lining ceilings and walls
Automotive, aircraft, and public transport interior fittings
Face-masks, gloves, gowns etc.
We have also found a way to make plastic hostile to rodents, and to mosquitoes and other insects that cause damage and spread disease.