COVID-19

– Protect your Products and the People that touch them

Protect your packaging with anti-microbial over-laminates and varnishes. Touching products on the shelf, in a store, carries a risk of cross-contamination, perhaps a risk the consumer should no longer have to take?  You can now adapt your packaging and sampling options with our products to help minimise the risk and replace your products protection with cost effective, and ‘Coronavirus hating’ sachets.

Our anti-Covid solutions are vitally important to ensure safe-contact packaging will become a ‘must have’ for products either from a website or in-store. According to data compiled the sterile and antiviral packaging market is set to grow by 5% over the next 10 years. We have worked with our suppliers on the continent over the past few months who are well ahead of the curve, meaning we can now offer customers two anti-bacterial options for your sachet, wipe and bottling requirements; starting with an antimicrobial laminate and secondly an anti-bacterial gloss or matt varnish which we apply to your packaging. Both of our solutions work to destroy or inhibit the growth of harmful bacteria.  This sort of strategy   will be imperative across all health and beauty categories post Covid-19.

How it Works – Questions and Answers

It is proven to inhibit the growth of microbes by up to 99.99%.

Yes. It is based on silver ion technology, recognised for centuries with no harmful effects. It is used in medical, food and graphic arts applications.

An antimicrobial inhibits the growth of, or destroys harmful microorganisms such as bacteria, fungi and moulds. An antibacterial specifically prevents the growth of bacteria.

Yes, repeatedly. Both products are tested to ISO standards. We also undertake ongoing quality control tests and environmental trials.

They are effective for the intended lifetime of the product it is added to. It is built-in and does not wear off.

No. You cannot see, smell or even taste them.

Yes. They have been proven to be effective to anti-biotic resistant bacteria such as resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) and Vancomycin-resistant Enterococcus (VRE).

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