Aeroexecutives.com has launched a series of products intended to better protect passengers and crew during flights. As well as luxury hand sanitisers and branded face masks, the range includes a sanitising patch designed to create a “safe zone” for the wearer.
Manufactured in South Korea, the sanitising patches can either be fixed to a smartphone, worn on a lanyard around the neck, or the clip version can be attached to bags and clothing. Mobile phones can be one of the biggest harbourers of germs and bacteria, because they are handled so regularly, so the patch can be used to help ensure phones are clean and germ-free.
The patch works by delivering a controlled release of Caolion EcoBio, a safe solution approved by the World Health Organisation, FDA, EPA, EU, NASA and the Korean Ministry of the Environment. Once the patch is activated it eliminates viruses, moulds and bacteria for up to 28 days, offering protection to the wearer within a radius of up to 1m (3.28ft). Un-activated patches have a shelf life of up to 12 months.
“It is almost impossible to maintain social distancing with the confines of an airport and aircraft cabin, particularly during boarding and disembarking,” said Peter Bradfield of Aeroexecutives.com. “The sanitising patches offer an increased level of protection and enhance the safety of passengers in an easy, convenient and effective format. This range of luxury hand sanitisers and masks can help raise protection levels to the highest standards.”