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1. Apr 2021 | Application Areas

Novel coating that fights corrosion and bacteria

Microban and Everbrite have partnered to offer a new antimicrobial coating that fights corrosion and bacteria.
The antimicrobial technology works at a cellular level to continually disrupt the growth and reproduction of microorganisms.
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Microban International and Everbrite have joined forces to develop an innovative coating that combines antimicrobial technology and invisible surface protection. It is a durable, clear and highly adhesive coating designed to provide long-lasting product protection from rust, salt damage, tarnish, corrosion and oxidation on most surfaces, with the added benefit of built-in Microban antimicrobial technology.

Keep public areas cleaner

This antimicrobial technology is specifically designed to inhibit microbial growth on highly polished or matte metals, ceramics, hard plastics and hardwoods. It works at a cellular level to continually disrupt the growth and reproduction of microorganisms that contaminate a treated surface, by damaging the proteins, cell membranes, DNA and internal systems of microbes. This shal decrease odors and reduce bacterial growth over the lifetime of the coating, saving time and money by helping to keep public areas cleaner for longer.

According to the companies, the coating is ideal for high-touch environments where cleanliness is of particular importance in both home and commercial settings, such as schools, hospitals, dining and hospitality venues, and restrooms.

 

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Anticorrosive Coatings

This book brings together all the disciplines involved in the creation and use of corrosion protection coatings for metals. It presents the latest insights into the quality and chemistry of surfaces, the proper way to prepare them by conversion treatment, the function of resins and anticorrosion pigments in paints, and novel concepts in corrosion protection. As an added bonus, all the standards and directives mentioned in the text are grouped together in their own chapter for a better overview.

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