Our coating REDUCES BACTERIA & SPECIFIC VIRUSES BY 99.99%: HYGIENIC SAFETY DUE to the new NANOX technology.
From now on, our gloryfy unbreakable eyewear which is “made in Austria” not only resists extreme force, but doesn’t give bacteria or numerous specific viruses a chance.
Comparison without and with coating
NANOX – 99.99% FREE FROM BACTERIA & VIRUSES:
The transfer of bacteria and viruses is currently a very relevant topic. Eyewear in particular provides a large “target area” for micro-organisms of all kinds. We have addressed this problem and developed the NANOX technology. NANOX technology. “The topic of safety is in our DNA,” “ explains the Managing Director of gloryfy Christoph Egger, “with our unbreakable technology, we have already developed a new safety system for our eyewear. The antibacterial coating was the next logical step”.
More than 200,000 micro-organisms can be found on a pair of glasses frames. With our NANOX technology, our frames are no longer hospitable to such organisms.
Our NANOX technology has gone into initial use on the optical eyewear frames in our OPTICS collection. This technology is gradually being extended to our SPORT and LIFESTYLE collections.
In this way, we want to make an essential contribution to hygiene at the optician’s – where the frames on display are touched by countless pairs of hands each day.
Our innovative NANOX coating is also a real asset for private customers. As your daily companion, your glasses have hours of direct contact with your face. The antibacterial coating prevents troublesome conjunctivitis or other diseases which can be transferred by contact infection.
We have proven many times that we are ahead of the game in terms of technology. The fact that we have won several prizes, such as the RedDot Award as well as the patents for our “unbreakable” eyewear and our INCLINOX technology also demonstrate our inventiveness. The temples on our eyewear can be adjusted very easily, and our glasses can be adapted individually for anyone, any time.
Antibacterial test report
Test method:The samples were tested according to the JIS Z 2801: 2000 method
Test lab: Kyoto Biseibutsu Kenkyusyo Yamashina-ku, Kyoto 607-8482 Japan