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NETPark based Graphene Composite have announce their first sales in Thailand of GC Halo® coated air filters which destroy airborne viruses, bacteria and mould on contact.

Leading sportswear and outerwear designer and manufacturer VT Garments whose clients include Patagonia, and Bangkok Prep, a renowned independent international school, both situated in Bangkok, Thailand have installed their first GC Halo coated air filters in their existing HVAC ventilation systems, with no retrofitting or disruption to ongoing activities.

GC Halo is a powerful nanoparticle ink formulation, that destroys pathogens by forming a ‘trap and kill’ layer on air filters and has been independently verified to significantly reduce SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus in the air.  Fast-acting, safe and more than 99% effective against SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, Influenza, bacteria and mould, independent tests and certifications prove GC Halo’s capabilities as a filter coating.

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