It has been well understood for many years that microscopic organisms are responsible for many diseases and infections. In today’s fast moving and globally mobile world, antimicrobial solutions help reduce and control outbreaks of diseases such as Ebola and influenza, which could pose threats to our well-being if left untreated.

Microbial control technologies are the building blocks of a wide range of disinfectants and antimicrobial products. These include advanced antimicrobial coatings for germ-infested environments, such as hospitals and locker-rooms, as well as for softer cleaners used in soaps, home care detergents and dishwashing liquids.

February 12, 2024

Microbial Control in Plastics: the key to safety and durability

Microbial Control in Plastics: the key to safety and durability Plastics, integral to numerous applications, face challenges from microbial growth. Antimicrobials offer a solution, ensuring plastics remain robust hence extending…
October 23, 2023

Beyond clean: How microbial control keeps hospitals safe

In hospitals, where patients are at their most vulnerable, a sterile environment is paramount. Disinfectants are used to treat surfaces, equipment, and even the air to ensure a sterile environment.…
July 24, 2023

Fresh and clean: How Microbial Control transforms your laundry routine

Your washing machine is full of tiny organisms called microbes, which, if not kept in check, can cause unpleasant odours, transfer of microbes to the laundry and even damage your…
June 12, 2023

Preservatives protect your home from harmful organisms

Imagine taking your household detergent to clean your house and suddenly mould spores are floating on the surface of the cleaner. Not only a nightmare for the end user, but…