UniPrint antimicrobial film for coronavirus protection
UniPrint’s antimicrobial film has recently passed certification that proves its efficiency in combating the viral load of coronaviruses. The characteristics of antimicrobial protective film were shown to reduce coronavirus viraemia by 95% after a contact of 15 min, and nearly 99.9% after a contact of one hour (compared to an untreated membrane).
The innovative antimicrobial film is made of clear cast PVC with a thickness of 60 µm. It contains antimicrobial agents that inhibit and neutralise the growth of microbes on its surface. This technologically advanced film has been tested by the Pasteur Institute and proven to quickly inhibit bacteria and coronaviruses, preventing their spread.
The antimicrobial film is smooth, waterproof, a non-irritant and compatible with a range of cleaning protocols. It is also resistant to most chemical agents, alcohol, diluted acids and oils. The antimicrobial activity can be maintained after 365 cleanings with water, alcohol and chlorine bleach.
The antimicrobial adhesive film is designed for antimicrobial protection of surfaces in the workplace, providing an easy-to-install approach to high-traffic surfaces where hygiene protection is required. It is fully conformable with a matte finish.
It is suitable for indoor and outdoor use, and can be applied to any sign or printed material. The film can be used to provide protection for public areas, hospitals, public transport, gyms, aged care and offices. It is suitable for furniture (communal dining tables, reception benches and chairs), touch screens, counters, windows, equipment and any high-traffic/high-touch surface areas.
The antimicrobial film can be used as an added layer to coronavirus protection plans.
For more information: www.uniprint.com.au/anti-microbial-protection.
Phone: 03 9882 4905
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