We offer anti-bacterial silver nanoparticle based additives, which can be incorporated into the easy-to-clean solutions. These silver nanoparticles become chemically bound to the hydrophobic silanes. This chemical connection to the surface of the coated surface guarantees a very effective and long lasting surface-active disinfecting activity. This technology inhibits the growth of bacteria, mould and mildew that can cause stains, odours and increases the longevity of the product. Anti Bacterial additives can be engineered into a breadth of materials including, polymers, textiles, coatings, paper and adhesives.

The material used is based on activated and special compounded nanosilver, which actively blocks the growth of biofilms and highly reduces the adhesion of microorganisms to the coated surface.

An under-recognized cause of preventable mortality is healthcare-associated infection. In the USA, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that roughly 1.7 million hospital-associated infections, from all types of bacteria combined, cause or contribute to 99,000 deaths each year. Other estimates indicate that 10%, or 2 million, patients a year become infected, with the annual cost ranging from $4.5 billion to $11 billion.

Our revolutionary anti bacterial coatings and additives can greatly benefit society by providing cleaner, microbe-free environments and significantly reduce deaths related to nosocomial infections.

Specially designed products for your business

We develop tailor made solutions for your business by providing powder or liquid based silver nanoparticles. These can be incorporated into virtually most of the goods we use everyday like toys, clothes, toothpaste, toothbrushes, paint, lacquer, sanitary equipment, soap and detergent, and personal care products.

Application Areas:
Ready to use formulations containing anti-bacterial properties can be used for:

glass, ceramics, acrylics, metals, stones, textiles and various other surfaces.

These coatings can also be used in air-conditioners to inhibit the growth of bacteria, which often emanates a foul smell when an air-conditioner is in operation.