ZEN Graphene’s Greg Fenton discusses Health Canada’s approval of the ‘gold standard’ for face masks

In a recent InvestorIntel interview, Tracy Weslosky spoke with Greg Fenton, CEO and Director of ZEN Graphene Solutions Ltd. (TSXV: ZEN) about Health Canada’a approval this week of the ZENGuard™ disposable face mask with the company’s biocidal coating.

In this InvestorIntel interview, which may also be viewed on YouTube (click here to subscribe to the InvestorIntel Channel), Greg said that the graphene based ZENGuard™ coating on a mask kills airborne pathogens like bacteria, fungi and viruses. Explaining why it is the ‘gold standard’ for face masks, Greg discusses how as a result of the review, Health Canada has validated that ZENGuard™-enhanced surgical masks are safe for use by Canadians.

Responding to the questions on the technology associated with the ZENGuard™ masks, Greg provides insight into the impact of this approval and what this means for ZEN Graphene. This includes the application of their biocidal coating in other spaces such as the HVAC market.

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About ZEN Graphene Solutions Ltd.

ZEN is a nanotechnology company developing and commercializing next-gen healthcare solutions in the areas of disease prevention, detection and treatment. ZEN is currently focused on commercializing ZENGuardTM, a patent-pending coating with 99% effective antimicrobial activity against COVID-19, and the potential to use similar compounds as pharmaceutical products against many other infectious diseases. The company also has an exclusive agreement to be the global commercializing partner for a newly developed, highly scalable, aptamer-based rapid pathogen detection technology.

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