Antimicrobial Solutions for Product Protection

Microban® is the global leader in built-in antimicrobial protection that keeps products cleaner and fresher for longer. For over 35 years, we have helped companies of all shapes and sizes supply products with microbe-inhibiting features. Our innovative antimicrobial technologies last for the expected lifetime of a product, allowing your customers to worry less, enjoy life more, and Live On™.

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Overview

From what it is, to how it can benefit a product; Microban discusses antimicrobial technology and why you should be taking notice.

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Technologies

Microban® antimicrobial solutions are custom formulated to fit your specific application and criteria. Incorporated during the manufacturing process, our antimicrobial additives operate on the cellular level to continuously disrupt and prevent uncontrolled growth of the microorganism.

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Applications

Microban® antimicrobial additives can be incorporated into almost any material type without disrupting your manufacturing process or supply chain. Common applications include plastics, coatings, and textiles.

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Environments

Hygiene critical environments, such as food service, healthcare and education, benefit from products featuring built-in antimicrobial protection.

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FAQs

What is antimicrobial technology? Is it safe to use? How does it differ from disinfectants? Find out the answers to the most frequently asked questions about antimicrobial technology.

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Resources

Microban is committed to helping the world expand its knowledge of antimicrobial technology. From learning what a microbe is, to understanding how Microban® can be applied in various environments, our resources section assists you with your own antimicrobial research.

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