Designed by engineers using sophisticated modeling software, the Handler's ergonomic body fits easily in the palm of your hand. A push of a button deploys a strong but lightweight gripping arm made from zinc alloy and over-molded with hardened non-slip rubber. The arm's curvature was designed to grip any diameter door handle and operate up to 60lbs of pull with minimal effort.
How do we get infections?
Numerous studies estimate that over 70% of all common illnesses (colds, flu, intestinal illnesses) are transmitted through surfaces that we touch.
"Many viruses, bacteria and fungi can remain active on surfaces for several days whether the surface is stainless steel, wood, plastic or even the paper in a magazine " according to Dr. Elaine Jong, MD, co-director of the University of Washington Travel Clinic in Seattle. " When you touch an infected surface, the germs are transmitted to your hands. Then, when you touch your eyes, nose or mouth you have infected yourself. "
Where Are Germs Found?
As you go through your day, think of all of the places that you touch -- door handles, sink faucets, hand rails, counter tops, car doors, light switches etc…. People leave their germs behind after sneezing, coughing, blowing their nose and touching their mouth and other more private parts.
Nano Silver is a powerful and natural antimicrobial agent that has been proven highly effective in fighting a whole range of microbes. Acting as a catalyst, it reportedly disables the enzyme that one celled bacteria, viruses and fungi need for their oxygen intake without causing corresponding harm to human enzymes or other parts of the human body chemistry. The result is the destruction of disease-causing organisms without any detrimental effects on the surrounding human tissue.