Recent studies report that a large number of mobile devices through daily use are heavily contaminated by coliform bacteria. For users, cleaning the display is often a problem, as most device manufacturers do not recommend household cleaners for fear of damaging the coating, and medical experts warn against alcohol sanitization that can add to bacterial resistance.
New L-film, developed from its long-selling precursor L-film, has a powerful antibacterial effect. An “Antimicrobial Products Test for Antimicrobial Activity and Efficacy” shows that virtually 100% of Escherichia coli and Staphylococcus aureus were destroyed on New L-film after 24 hours of application.
Nano-particles of silver apatite, embedded into the surface of New L-film, release silver ions that kill the bacteria. The test results show New L-film has “Antibacterial Activity Values” greater than 5.2 against S.aureus and greater than 6.2 against E.coli - values greater than 2.0 that effectively represents a “kill rate” of 100%.
With a special coating technique, each nano-particle is “anchored” into the microscopic gaps on the surface of the film in such a way that they never come off. The quality of the coating is so stable that it even withstands solvents and ensures a permanent antibacterial effect.
Using non-microfiber cloth with mild detergent is most recommended. Depending on the circumstance,
various other cleaning agents also can be used to clean this film, as it withstands a wide range of
chemical solutions including:
Hydrochloric acid (5% solution)
NaOH (5% solution)
Highly durable in harsh environments, New L-film can be used for extremely long time. While it can be used for many years without experiencing qualitative degradation, it is recommended to replace every 2 years in a professional environment.
|Why NsixTMSeries is safe to use?||Why others are not?|
|The NsixTM Series films are all treated with a proprietary silicone adhesive coating which, while it never comes off the base material(PET), can be easily detached from the LCD screen. It is this property that makes a self-adhesive film truly superior in reusability.||Most other products, reported to cause "sticky residue," use a two-component adhesive consisting of acrylic and silicone materials. These two components can break up when the film is removed, leaving sticky residue stuck on the LCD screen.|