What is the SAMURAID® system?
Our world has changed a lot in the last 10 years, not to mention the last century. It is enough if we mention the increasing number of resistant bacteria as a result of side effects of antibiotics which were rarely known 100 years ago, or the bigger amount of virus and fungal infections. We have to take into consideration that the world around us is continuously changing and we have to adapt to it.
SAMURAID® is not only a feet cleaning solution but also a part of a complex sport hygienic system. SAMURAID®, as we want to emphasize with its name, carries on traditions of ancient cultures of Far-East into requirements of the 21th century in an adaptive form.
What are the advantages of using SAMURAID® system?
It is enough if we mention the increasing number of resistant bacteria as a result of side effects of antibiotics which were rarely known 100 years ago, or the bigger amount of virus and fungal infections. Globalisation, the opportunity that everything can go to any place on Earth, could cause that the sources of these initially local infections can be mixed. But of course, this does not mean that joint trainings or international competitions are extremely dangerous, but we have to take into consideration that the world around us is continuously changing and we have to adapt to it.
Items of SAMURAID® system
The principle is connected to the tatamis used in training centres and competitions, and based on the same, specially prepared tatamis, into their surface two separate pads can be placed and can be replaced if it is needed.
These two separate pads are connected to each other as a system, the first -wet- layer serves the prodective hygienic needs,while the second
-dry- layer cleans the possibly dissolved contamination and ensures non-slip wiping off of feet.
Both pads are made of materials which are results of technological improvements of the 21th century, in which a 3 dimensions structured and an extreme moisture absorbent featured textile has been combined into a pad with other special layers.
Its priciple of operation is basically simple. The 'wet-pad' has to be drenched to an appropriate degree with a cleaning-disinfection liquid which was adapted to the system, on which we wipe off our feet before entering the area covered with tatamis, then stepping onto the next 'dry-pad' we wipe off our feet again, by doing this the liquid on our feet will absorb.
The pads can be replaced and are washable.
Parts of the system can be reordered.
They can be installed into your current tatamis.