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The first phase of the pilot project found the copper killed up to 99.9% of all bacteria on transit surfaces within one hour.
Based on sample testing performed on transit and in a lab, the trial concludes that select copper products on transit are durable and kill up to 99.9% of all bacteria within one hour of the bacteria’s contact with the surface.
Of the more than 1,140 samples were collected and analyzed, the two products that performed best in the transit environment were the copper decals and the copper nickel plasma sprays. Tests were conducted using surface cultures and ATP bioluminescent testing on samples taken from transit surfaces.
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