Sanitizing and Disinfecting – Is it Enough?
Surfaces treated with sanitizers and disinfectants are germ-free for only the brief period of time from when your sanitizer/disinfectant is applied to when it dries.
Biofilm cannot exist on a microSURE™ Si treated surface.
Therefore, germs, mold, and mildew cannot thrive in-between sanitizing and disinfecting events. This ensures maximum surface protection.
microSURE™ Si combines the virus-destroying power of quaternary ammonium compound with the surface-bonding strength of silane.
microSURE™ Si works by laying down millions of germ-destroying molecules, forming a positively-charged barrier on a surface. This invisible layer pulls in the negatively charged microbes, puncturing and electrocuting them. This mechanical-kill method works consistently for up to 90 days without losing effectiveness, washing off, or leaching to other surfaces due to its stable bond to the surface.
Surface cross-contamination of microorganisms is significantly reduced everywhere microSURE™ Si is used.
• Surface Protection 24 hours / 7 days a week
• One application protects surfaces up to 90 days
■ microSURE™ Si technology is non‐toxic, non‐ﬂammable, non‐leaching, environmentally friendly and safe.
■ microSURE™ Si is an EPA registered antimicrobial and provides a protective ﬁnish that bonds to the surface, not destroyed by normal daily cleaning or disinfecting.
■ microSURE™ Si continues to protect your surfaces against germs, mold, and mildew for 30 to 90 days depending on surface use.
■ Over 90 independent studies have shown our active ingredient in microSURE™ Si to be effective against multiple microorganisms.
■ When applied to a surface, a barrier of carbon spikes adhere to the surface attracting organisms to the barrier’s positive charge.
■ When microorganisms come in contact with the barrier, they are physically punctured and quickly die.
■ Electrostatics sprayers, misting sprayers and standard spray applicators can be used to apply microSURE™ Si.
■ microSURE™ Si is also approved for fabrics.