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Not all bacteria are harmful. Many are actually essential to our lives, as the human body contains huge amounts of harmless bacteria, such as those present in the gastrointestinal system, which help digestion and nutrient absorption.

However some of the diseases with the highest mortality rates that throughout history have destroyed hundreds of millions of human lives have been caused by bacteria. Some of the more well-known ones include; cholera, diphtheria, plague, dysentery, pneumonia, tuberculosis, and typhus.

Unfortunately, some bacteria have become resistant to antibiotics through mutation, and according to WHO studies in 2017, superbugs are one of the most serious threats to the survival of the human species. Without antibiotics curing the effects of bad bacteria on either humans or animals serious epidemics may evolve.

Airlite is bacteria-resistant. Bacteria are reduced on the surface by the double action of surface oxidation and high alkalinity, which, combined, prevent the bacteria from surviving.

This significantly reduces the total bacterial level in an environment, making it possible to achieve a high level of healthiness, greater wellbeing and living comfort.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 738719