When applied to a surface or incorporated into a material, the antimicrobial forms a covalent bond with the substrate and creates a microbiostatic coating. The coating forms a nano-bed shield of spikes (self assembling monolayer), each of which carry a positive charge that attracts the negatively charged bacteria. Once attracted, the molecular spikes pierce the cell and rupture its cell membrane, causing that bacterial microorganism to die.

The Challenge: Controlling Microbe Sources and Transmission Routes

  • Favorable Host Environment
  • Temperature, Moisture, Food, Surface



Microbiological Organisms on Surfaces



Antimicrobial Molecule

EPA registered Disinfectants and antimicrobials with proven, highly efficient and effective disinfection program to
help reduce and control the spread of microorganisms.

Antimicrobial Molecule

How it Works

Step 1: Eliminate Pathogenic Organisms

High Quality Effective Disinfectants

    • Hospital Grade Disinfectant
    • Highly Effective – 99.999% kill (5 Log Reduction)
    • NSF (D2) Registered Food Contact Surfaces
    • No Rinse Required
    • E.P.A. Registered Hospital Grade Efficacy
    • 30 second kill time on E.Coli and S.Aureus
    • No VOC’s

    Step 2: Create a Non-Receptive Surface

    Antimicrobial Surface Protectant

    • Water based, Bound Antimicrobial Technology
    • Non-Leaching, Patented Technology
    • Persistently & Continuously protects treated surfaces for 30 Days
    • Uses a Mechanical Kill
    • Works while dry
    • EPA Registered
    • Both colorless and odorless
    • Keeps surfaces protected between cleanings
    • No VOC’s
    • Neutral pH
    • Non-Corrosive
    • Non-Flammable
    • Can be applied by misting, fogging or via spray bottle