OUR NANNOTEK JOURNEY
With the outbreak of COVID-19 early in 2020 everyone rushed into a panic and numerous products and services made their way into the global marketplace. We researched all the various technologies available in the world and settled on using a Nano Quantum Dot Silver Complex specifically developed for various applications and it was non cyto-toxic and could be used in various applications.
We launched the successful and highly effective NannoTEK Face Masks and our Anti-Viral and Bacterial Alcohol Free Hand and Mask Sanitiser. We also pioneered the SaniTUBE which our masks are distributed in. What made our product unique is the fact that it has a Quantum Dot Nano Silver Complex which all our masks are treated with when manufactured, so one can say, we brought the first and only Nano Treated Anti-Viral and Anti-Bacterial Mask Range in the market.
We have had other products in development which had various applications to daily living and use.
NannoTEK has now developed into a Brand on its own and is making headway into Retail with numerous Consumer Based Product offerings and further Product Development and Industries are in process.
Our Nano Complex is driven by Leading German scientists and all products are researched and developed by an International Team of Specialists.
The Best Way to Describe Nanotechnology
“actually nanotechnology is nothing but astonishing small science – but with a twist…"
Nano-science manipulate matter at the scale of atoms and molecules
“Nano” is a measurement – not an object. “Nanotechnology” speaks solely to scale. A “nanometre” (nm) equals one millionth of a millimetre. It takes ten atoms of hydrogen side-by-side to equal one nanometre. A DNA molecule is about 2.5 nm wide and red blood cell is in comparison a vast ±5,000 nm in diameter!
Nanoparticles can surmount some essential problems of conventional small molecules or biomacromolecules (e.g., DNA, RNA, and protein) used in some diseases by allowing targeted delivery and overcome through biological barriers. Recently, silver nanoparticles have been harnessed as delivery vehicles for therapeutic agents, including antisense oligonucleotides, and other small molecules.
Silver is the most profit-oriented precious metal used in the preparation of nanoparticles and nanomaterials because of its antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal, antioxidant and unusually enhanced physicochemical properties compared to the bulk material such as optical, thermal, electrical, and catalytic properties. Small silver nanoparticles offer many advantages as drug carriers, including adjustable size and shape, enhanced stability of surface-bound nucleic acids, high-density surface ligand attachment, transmembrane delivery without harsh transfection agents, protection of the attached therapeutics from degradation, and potential for improved timed/controlled intracellular drug-delivery. Plant-mediated synthesis of silver nanoparticles is gaining interest due to its inexpensiveness, providing a healthier work environment, and protecting human health leading to lessening waste and safer products.