Anti-Microbial Coating

High-performance anti-bacterial and anti-fungal coating with tracer technology

Our Anti-Microbial Coating protects against mould and bacteria. Treated services will experience 60% less mould growth compared to uncoated surfaces.

Laboratory trials and tests have been carried out to BS3900 Part 6.

Furthermore, Anti-Microbial Coating has been tested to ISO22196:2011 showing a bacteria reduction of 99.9% (Escherichia Coli & Staphylococcus) over a 24 hour period.

Test conditions are set to an environment being one that is specifically designed to grow Mould and similar contaminations, i.e. the harshest test environments, highlighting the incredible Anti-Microbial nature of Anti-Microbial Coating.


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Anti-Microbial Coating is a revolutionary new product, the ideal solution for housing associations, local authorities, or any properties which have a problem with mould.

This high-performance coating is anti-bacterial and anti-fungal. It features built in tracer technology that detects the presence of mould on the surface. Anti-Microbial Coating is extremely long lasting and durable and provides maximum protection for years to come.

Mould Protection

Antimicrobial Coating has undergone laboratory testing to to BS3900 Part G6. Mould growth was shown to be a minimum of 60% less on a coated surface as compared to a non-coated surface (test results available on request).

The test environment used was one that was specifically designed to grow mould and similar contaminants, thereby highlighting the incredible antimicrobial nature of the coating.



Tracer Technology

The coatings utilise an advanced tracer additive technology which is is used as part of the formulations of the coatings and provides 2 main benefits:

  1. As the coating contains the tracer additive it reduces the chances of the product being imitated by competition.
  2. The tracer additive allows us to confirm that the coating is still present on the surface and therefore the antimicrobial properties of the coating are still there. Any areas that the coating is not present can have the product re-applied to.

How does it work?

A specially designed laser pen is used to cause particles within the coating to shake. This shaking of the particles produces energy which in turn shows up as a green light indicator on the surface that can be seen without specialist equipment.