Antimicrobial Protection For Work Place
5 Benefits of Antimicrobial Protection for the Workplace
The fight against degrading microbes has been strengthened by the use of antimicrobial technology. Our unique choice of antimicrobial technology has a 99.9% effect on retaining the growth of bacteria, fungi, yeasts, algae, and viruses. It is registered under EPA and EBPR and several other regulatory bodies globally. The following are the benefits you get from our antimicrobial treatment:
Reduces the Risk of Cross-Contamination
Antimicrobial protection prevents infections in the workplace by making products inherently cleaner. It means that the chances of a product aiding in the transfer of bacteria from one surface to the other are reduced tremendously.
Safe for Use in a Variety of Environments
Our antimicrobial technology is registered with regulatory bodies like EPA and Biocidal Products Regulation (BPR) for approval of appropriate use.
Keeps Your Products Fresher for Longer
The structural and aesthetic quality of a product can be damaged by the growth of stains, mold, and odor-causing bacteria. Antimicrobial protection actively hinders the growth of such substances on your products hence keeping them cleaner and fresh.
Approved Food Contact
The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has a list of antimicrobial technologies used to manufacture plastic and other materials that come into contact with food. They inhibit the growth of bacteria that leads to illnesses related to food including Salmonella and Campylobacter.
Resistant to Growth of Mold
At Whowtech, we use an antimicrobial technology capable of disrupting even the slightest growth of mold and mildew on a product. It includes several antifungal applications such as sealants and grouts with the ability to kill molds.
Antimicrobial technologies are not a substitute for the usual cleaning practices in the workplace. It is safe to hire professionals like Whowtech for use of such technology whose duty is to kill and destroy bacteria but it does not protect users from organisms that might cause diseases.