TOUCH Antimicrobial Coatings
Touch anti-microbial coatings range can be applied to products in situ with no need to replace or factory apply.
TOUCH combines our ground breaking coating technology with anti-microbial qualities has been developed together by Bromoco International and leading biochemists. This virtually invisible coating is suitable for application on-site, or in the factory. This makes Touch Anti-microbial coating systems the first of its kind providing high levels of long term anti-microbial protection.
Anti-microbial is simply the term used to describe something that has the ability to resist the growth of microbes. While the term ‘antibacterial’ refers only to bacteria, Anti-microbial refers to a wider range of organisms including bacteria, moulds, fungi and others. The anti-microbial technology is incorporated into our coating at the time of manufacture. Once incorporated, the anti-microbial additives provides continuous, built-in, anti-microbial protection for the expected lifetime of the product. The silver ions on the surface of a material treated with the coating bind with microbes that come into contact with the surface, disrupting their normal cell function, which stops them from reproducing and results in the death of the cell.
Our biochemist partners includes trained microbiologists and chemists with extensive experience working with anti-microbial and anti-bacterial agents. They are leading professionals in the field of anti-microbial technology and are dedicated to increasing awareness of the danger of harmful microbes and speeding the uptake of microbe-preventative technology across the globe.
Anti-microbial additives have been tested and found to perform against a wide range of microbes including bacteria, fungi and viruses. Some of the most common are listed below:
● Acinetobacter baumanii ● Bacillus subtilis ● Campylobacter coli ● Campylobacter jejuni ● Clostridium difficile ● E.coli ● E.coli O157 ● Enterobacter aerogenes ● Enterococcus faecalis ● Legionella pneumophila ● Listeria monocytogenes ● Pseudomonas aeruginosa ● Salmonella enteritidis ● Salmonella typhimurium ● Shigella sp.
● Staph aureus ● Staph epidermidis ● Streptococcus faecalis Multi-Drug Resistant Bacteria ● ESBL Escherichia coli ● RE Klebsiella pneumoniae ● MRSA Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus ● VRE Vancomycin Resistant Enterococcus
H1N1 Influenza Virus, Covid (Feline)
Fungi, Mould, Moss growth, lichens and algae