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JoongAng Ilbo online article scrap November 26th, 2020

Translated:  Daejin University Biochemistry Department Professor Han Manso and Jang Jongsoo applied for a patent for mask  Patent Registered Daeijin University (President Lim Young-moon) Department of Biochemistry Professor Han Man-soo and Jang Jong-soo have tested the antibacterial effect of Quantum Energy,and successfully developed 'antibacterial and antiviral facial mask' using natural minerals that are urgently needed for the current COVID-19 by applying the technology on Fiber. The basis of the antibacterial and antiviral effects of quantum energy is a technology that applies biometric information energy proven through many academic papers, As a result of applying it to a face mask, it is effective to kill all gram-negative E. coli or positive bacterium Staphylococcus aureus within 1 hour. Furthermore, it showed more than 100 times killing effect compared to the control group on various virus species. The main use of face masks so far was to protect the respiratory system from yellow dust and fine dust from China, but the development of Quantum Masks by Daejin university is significant considering the reality that they are being used to defend against viruses because there is no special alternative to the Current COVID-19. 원본보기 The masks, graded KF in Korea, graded N in the United States and graded KN in China, use the electret filter of PP and PE called MB (Melt Blown) Filter, which inevitably lead to loss of static electricity function due to the moisture exhaled from the mouth and the humid temperature in summer. In addition, there was no alternative, even though it was not possible to filter the actual COVID-19 virus particle size of 0.1㎛ or less, as the existing mask’s regulations require that only particles of 0.3㎛ or more be filtered. In fact, except for a few countries such as Korea, China, and India, masks were rarely used due to fine dust in the most regions such as Europe, America, the Middle East and the Far East. It is sure that this is the time when anti-virus masks are required. In addition, it has been found that the bacterial infection rate after using the MB filter masks for 3 days is about 6 times the appropriate amount (aired on SBS Morning Wide, 2020. 06. 24). Currently, worldwide studies are actively underway to improve the problem of masks. According to The Science Times, a research team from University of Indiana, “Chandan Sen center for Regenerative Medicine and Engineering” have developed the fabric that generates an electric field with a biotechnology company called “Vomaris Innovations, Inc.”. They are planning a COVID-19 virus killing test. In order to respond to this global need, we also promoted the Quantum Mask project through a joint venture with Daejin University. We hope that it takes over 10% of the global mask market, creates national interests, creates employment in the local community and seek to the interst of the company. According to the global research company Grand View, the global mask market in the first quarter of 2020 was about 87 trillion won, and it has been announced that it will grow by 53% every year until 2027. Daejin University held the "Joint Venture Ceremony for Quantum Mask Manufacturing Technology" based on the patented technology of Quantum Mask owned by TeamKospa Inc. on August 20th, 2020. Then by completing the technology of grafting the antibacterial and antiviral technology of Quantum Material (owned by TeamKospa) to fiber. it can be applied not only to masks, but also to protective clothes, bed sheets, and clothes etc. The abobe antivacterial tests were conducted at Daejin University, and the antivrial tests were conducted about 10 times in about five months at S University in Korea, and were finally verifed as of November 23rd, 2020. Online JoongAng Ilbo Article link:  

No. : 7Date : 2020-11-26