Our innovative technology offers an environmentally safe antimicrobial that does not leach or wash off, and is easy to apply to most surfaces.
The primary antimicrobial technology contains no heavy metals, formaldehyde or phenol groups, and is environmentally friendly. Unlike other antimicrobial products, our antimicrobial has never been shown to allow or cause microbial adaptation, resistance, mutation, diffusion, or migration. It is significantly different from conventional sanitizers, disinfectants, or biocides that are extremely toxic and contaminate the environment with undesirable chemicals. Some of the differences are in its chemical nature, effectiveness, durability and environmental safety.
This antimicrobial technology has a unique advantage over all previously known methods and applications: the antimicrobial component material is bonded to the cell or surface. Microorganisms are then destroyed by simple contact with the surface. Our antimicrobial products bond to almost any surface, creating unlimited applications for this breakthrough technology.
Unlike most other biocides, our antimicrobial is effective against single-celled organisms. Because it does not dissipate, it minimizes or eliminates the potential for microorganisms to adapt, build up tolerance, or become resistant. It acts by rupturing the cell membrane, not by poisoning the cell.
By contrast, most other antimicrobials, sanitizers and disinfectants are designed to diffuse and be absorbed. Once absorbed, they act by poisoning the microorganisms or causing fatal mutations. However, as they diffuse, they lose strength, and adaptation can and usually does occur. Unlike conventional biocides and anti-viral drugs that are designed to volatilize and be absorbed by organisms, this antimicrobial is a durable, broad spectrum antimicrobial that chemically bonds to, and literally becomes part of, the application surface. Most surfaces remain antimicrobial for an extended period of time.
Our antimicrobial acts as microorganisms come into direct contact with it. Since the antimicrobial is not absorbed by organisms, but remains a part of each application surface, it, in effect, transforms conventional surfaces and materials into active antimicrobial surfaces. These surfaces will remain effective for extended periods, which will result in a significant reduction of some viruses and infections caused by air-borne microbial contaminants.