One of the most efficient LLINs prequalified by the WHO PQT.
Developed as Pyrethroid-synergist LLIN that controls the spread of resistant vectors.
Made entirely of high-density polyethylene for durability.
Conducted studies on the shelf-life, efficacy and toxicity profile across the globe under field and laboratory conditions.
With minimum of 130 denier yarn and a 350 kPa high bursting strength, VEERALIN®LN has a five thread over locking stitch with two seams for unsurpoassed protection.
Our true controlled release technique, utilised in VEERALIN®LN to guarantee the bio-availability on the fabric surface, ensures the insecticide lasts even after 25 washes.
The insecticide (alpha-cypermethrin along with Synergist) used in VEERALIN®LN is a broad spectrum insecticide and is very effective against resistance developed mosquitoes like Anopheles Gambiae with 95% knock down record.
In-house testing facilities for both physical and chemical properties, and robust quality management in each and every stage of manufacturing.
VEERALIN®LN is manufactured using less energy, and packed in oxo-biodegradable plastic bags. The nets can also be recycled, thus leaving lesser carbon foot print.
Ready to Use
VEERALIN® LN is a single-pyrethroid with synergist, ready-to-use LLIN that regenerates completely after washing in just 24 hours and doesn't need any further heat treatment to speed up regeneration.
Very high retention of alpha-cypermethrin insecticide and synergist after 20 washes.
Improved bio-efficacy against pyrethroid-resistance malaria vector.
Withstands harsh washings (typical washing style in villages). Only the a.i. concentrations on the surface of the yarn is depleted no matter how harsh the washing is. Major portion of A.I. is impregnated into the fibre. Therefore lesser loss of a.i. leading to more efficient long term protection. Less dumping of hazardous material into environment.
High performance and durability. Gives very long life up to 3 years
Extra Safe. Safer for children use. A major portion of the A.I. is not on the surface of the yarn but incorporated inside the fiber.