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Antibacterial Product Design

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Antibacterial Product Design

Antibacterial product design is an approach to designing products that prevent the spread of harmful bacteria. This is especially important for products that are used frequently and come in contact with human skin, such as kitchen utensils, medical equipment, and food packaging. In the design process, designers consider factors such as material properties, shape, permeability, and cleanability. Various materials may be used depending on the type of product and the intended application, including polymers, metals, and fabrics. Special coatings or nanotechnology may also be used to further reduce the risk of bacterial contamination on the surface of the product. Additionally, the design should facilitate good hygiene practices, such as handwashing or using antibacterial cleaning agents, to reduce the spread of bacteria.

Antibacterial product, bacteria prevention, sanitization, materials, cleanability.

James Rothschild

CITATION : "James Rothschild. 'Antibacterial Product Design.' Design+Encyclopedia. (Accessed on April 01, 2023)"

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