06 October 2020 | News
Dr HardoLass coating is proven to be effective in suppressing the virus and bacteria on contact, safeguarding surfaces we come in contact with regularly
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Nohara India, the Indian arm of Nohara Japan (est. 1597) has launched Dr HardoLass; a Japanese patented technology of Yamamoto Holding Co., Ltd. Dr HardoLass is a Nano coating which once applied to a hard surface, stays on it for up to 5 years.
The coating comes in liquid form and is fairly easy to apply, by simply coating a surface using a cloth. Dr HardoLass has Anti-Viral and Anti-Bacterial properties, that allow regularly used items to be sanitized for five years after a one time coating.
This Anti Dirt, Water repellent and Scratch resistant coat allows for protection of surfaces as well, Suppressing viral spread 24/7 for 5 years and its ultra strong resistance against continuous daily use friction with Ultra-hard coat. The product features outlined help elongate the life of the surface itself.
Pawan Mehra, the Country Head for Nohara India added, “Dr HardoLass is a proven and tested technology and is aimed to safeguard people against direct contact infection. Applying this Nano coating allows for a permanent 5-year solution to safeguard surfaces we touch from the impact of the ongoing Corona Virus Pandemic. It also helps increase longevity of surfaces with its inbuilt qualities of being Anti Dirt, Water repellent and Scratch resistant. It’s being used by Multi-National companies like Docomo, Sharp, Mitsubishi Electric, Asahi, Coca Cola etc. in Japan. Bringing this technology to India allows us to safeguard homes, offices and public place surfaces to repel and kill the Virus, thus making lives safer around us. The suitability of use of Dr HardoLass ensures it can be used on a wide range of hard surfaces like steel, wood, plastic, all painted surfaces. It can be applied on frequently touched surfaces like door handle, electrical switches, elevator surfaces and its buttons, glass, furniture, cars, office furniture, lobbies of the hotels, hospitals, furniture in schools, playing equipment, restaurant furniture and more.”