Effective against gram (+) and gram (-) bacteria, fungi, algæ, and yeasts. With a small amount of SafeTEX finishing chemistries and proper application, one can achieve excellent bacteriostatic, fungistatic and algæstatic inhibition/protection.
Effective against odor-causing bacteria bacteria which cause staining and discoloration, fungi (mold and mildew) and algæ as a static agent.
SafeTEX chemistries are patented antimicrobial technology that not only uses self-assembling monolayers to create a field of nanospikes but also mechanically kill microbes (bacteria’s, molds, viruses) by piercing and rupturing their cell membrane. This kill method prevents microbes from mutating and adapting inhibiting the ability for superbugs to grow.
Unlike conventional disinfectants, poisons, phenols or heavy metals, SafeTEX chemistries performs while bound to the applied textiles
GLP Lab tested, E.P.A. registered and FDA accepted technology that prevents biofilm proliferation on all applied surfaces by inhibiting first colonizers, allowing for easier cleaning.
Effective against a Broad Spectrum of Microbes
can be applied on almost any surface (both porous and non-porous). A covalent bond forms with the applied surface to ensure durability in multiple environments including water, solvents and chemicals.
Uses ZERO Triclosan, heavy metals, arsenic, titanium, phenols or poisons.
- – FDA approval for medical devices
- – Air Filters, air-conditioners, air purification devices, automobiles, recirculating air handling systems
- – Air filter material
- – Bed sheets, blankets, and bedspreads
- – Carpet and draperies
- – upholstery, sleeping bags, apparel, cotton fiber and natural down, nylon, polyester, rayon, or wool
- – Fiberglass
- – Humidifier belts
- – Mattress pads and ticking
- – Non-woven disposable diapers
- – Non-woven polyester
- – Outerwear apparel (jackets, sweaters, sweatshirts, coats, raincoats, overcoats, jerseys, ponchos
- – Polyurethane and cellulose foam for household, industrial, and institutional, non-food contact sponges and mops
- – Polyurethane and polyethylene foam,
- – Polyurethane foam for packaging and cushioning in non-food contact applications.
- – Roofing material
- – Tents, tarpaulins, sails, and ropes
- – Athletic and casual socks
- – Shoe insoles
- – apparel