Protect Your Workforce from Illnesses and Missed Days
One Application of Microshield™ Kills Germs & Viruses for Up to 1 Year
MicroShield 360™ is an antimicrobial coating system that is EPA-registered and FDA-approved for food contact surfaces.
Once treated, the Microshield system creates a surface coating that ruptures a germ’s cell membrane and pierces the cells’s wall, which prevents it from adhering to the surface. Germs that can’t adhere to surfaces can’t get onto hands and get people sick!
Treated surfaces are protected 24/7 for up to one year!
Call us at 800-821-1054 if you’re interested in learning more about the Microshield system.
Where Can Microshield Be Used?
- Food storage facilities
- Power plants
- Aviation facilities
Microshield sprayer kit.
What Germs & Viruses Does It Kill?
Traditional modes of cleaning kills germs and viruses, but the effect doesn’t last and it’s easy to miss spots.
As part of our multi-step process, we apply Microshield360 Renew, which is EPA approved to kill SARS CoV2 (the virus that causes COVID-19).
The next step is the application of the long-lasting MicroShield360 antimicrobial coating. One application of Microshield kills bacteria, germs, and viruses for up to one year when applied properly. MicroShield360 imparts durable biostatic activity, including mold and odors, to the surface of a wide variety of substrates. The technology is both EPA registered, and FDA approved for direct food contact surfaces.
- Common cold
- E. Coli & Strep
Request Research About the Effectiveness of MicroShield
With regards to how the MicroShield360 antimicrobial coating works on specific pathogens, we can send you the research, but you must sign an NDA as some of it is not yet public. Please also provide your mailing address as the manufacturer will mail out a copy of the full research report.
Email completed form to: firstname.lastname@example.org
It is important to point out that specific pathogen claims on a coating being voiced by other potential competitors are not legal. We pride ourselves on being honest and playing by the rules. The EPA is specifically targeting antimicrobial coatings because of one company’s claim made on national television pertaining to COVID, which was not able to be substantiated through research. Even with research, this claim is still illegal under the laws of FIFRA (The Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act) as it is not a formal label claim.