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Seal Shield Launches World's First Antibacterial, Dishwasher Safe Keyboard and Mouse for Infection Control
Date:10/18/2007

s resistant to surface bacteria. SILVER SEAL(TM) antibacterial input devices, combined with effective cleaning protocols, represent an effective and economical solution for reducing cross contamination infections. Our products have been designed for healthcare, but are aggressively priced for the mass market," states Whitchurch.

Seal Shield will begin shipping the SILVER SEAL(TM) family of antibacterial products in November '07.

For more information about Seal Shield(TM) infection control products and SILVER SEAL(TM) antibacterial solutions, please visit http://www.SealShield.com

About Seal Shield Corporation

Seal Shield(TM) designs, develops and manufactures medical grade washable computer keyboards and mice for the healthcare and educational industries. For further information and product specifications please visit http://www.SealShield.com/.


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