It's Like A Forcefield For Surfaces

A simple explanation on how ZeroBlast protects surfaces is ZeroBlast applies an odorless and transparent microbiostatic protective polymerized coating, which allows it to stick to surfaces like paint would.

This is a more effective process compared to antimicrobials (i.e. quats, bleach, peroxides, phenols, triclosan, formaldehyde, paint formulations, etc.) as they all work on the basis of diffusion away from the treated surface. By doing so they promote microbial adaptation, leaching of poisons into the environment and eventually loss of effectiveness

When you look at it under a microscope the protective coating looks like a ‘tiger trap’ for germs, with a bunch of little spikes.

At the end of the spike is a positively charged ion to which germs are attracted to.

Germs quickly die upon contact, never having the chance to contaminate the treated surface.

All treated surfaces are protected for up to 3 months from germs and microbes.


The Science Behind ZeroBlast

We use a patented technology which is a stable aqueous solution that creates a durable micro biostatic coating on a broad range of porous and non-porous materials.

This provides not only strong bonding capabilities but also outstanding antimicrobial properties. When applied, it bonds directly to the surface on all receptor sites.

The result is the creation of a large co-polymer with the target and the molecule which ensures a stable bond remains between the OH- sites on the molecule and the positive charge nitrogen atoms.

There is no disposable residue, odour, leaching, off-gassing, migration or diffusion of the molecule.