We are always looking to bring our readers success stories from local startups and businesses. Today we are looking at how UK Company SDA Cleanzone have seen demand for their antimicrobial surfaces increase not only in the UK but around Europe. SDA Cleanzone have designed antimicrobial touchpads for use on shared touchpoints throughout the building such as handles, bannisters, push plates etc.
Demand for the products has increased month over month 100% and after a several month backlog in orders, the company are now in a position to complete most orders within days.
“Silver-ion technology is proven to eradicate common bacteria and viruses so we are pleased businesses and large companies are using it throughout the offices.
We envisage all shared touch points in the future to contain continuous cleaning technology, this will be part of the new normal. The idea is that using antimicrobial technology alongside a regular cleaning protocol will create a safer environment for everyone.”
Who are SDA Cleanzone?
SDA Cleanzone are specialists in antimicrobial products being used at hundreds of locations around the UK and Ireland. Customers include Nottingham Building Society, DFDS, Amazon, and Liverpool’s Royal Court.
How much are Antimicrobial Door Handle Wraps?
Starting at less than £6 for small handles, sold in packs of 6 and 12.
How long do they last?
The website states that the technology is tested for five years but recommends replacement if the wraps become visibly worn over time.
What are the benefits of installing these antimicrobial products?
✔️ 180 days+
✔️ Installation in seconds
✔️ Safe on skin
✔️ Easy to Replace
✔️ Working 24/7
✔️ Surface continuously cleans creating a barrier.
What is the difference between Antimicrobial and Antibacterial?
The primary difference is that antibacterial eliminate the growth of bacteria whilst antimicrobial eradicate the spread of bacteria and other viruses. Powered by an innovative antimicrobial technology silver-ions remove and block the growth of any bacteria or contaminants, including viruses on the surface.
More information can be seen at SDACleanzone.co.uk