- Antimicrobials In Healthcare
- Microban SilverShield Technology: Reduction of Listeria Monocytogenes Contamination of Refrigeration Units
- Microban Ceramics Antimicrobial Technologies
- The Use of Incorporated Silver-Based Antimicrobials in Silicone Medical Devices
- ZPTech®: The Broad Spectrum Antimicrobial
- Microban Toilet Swab Study: Investigating the Cleanliness of Public Restroom Toilets
- The Plume: Controlling Bacteria Growth on Bathroom Surfaces
- The Next Generation of Silver Technology
Antimicrobials In Healthcare
Healthcare Associated Infections are an increasing concern due to increased costs of medical care. Considering the patient environment of care will continue to improve on hand hygiene, increase monitoring of environmental surfaces, introduce novel disinfection techniques, and utilize embedded antimicrobials.
Microban Silvershield® Technology: Reduction of Listeria Monocytogenes Contamination of Refrigeration Units
The effect of Listeria, a bacterial foodborne pathogen, when consumed by humans can be deadly. Research studies show how difficult it is to eradicate the microbial growth of Listeria after it comes in contact with a food processing or refrigeration surface.
Microban Ceramics Antimicrobial Technologies
Learn why Microban Technology is the best choice for antimicrobial protection in ceramic applications
ZPTech®: The Broad Spectrum Antimicrobial
Microban launches ZPTech®, a broad spectrum antimicrobial that is effective against bacteria, mold, and mildew
Microban Toilet Swab Study: Investigating the Cleanliness of Public Restroom Toilets
We recently conducted a swab study on public restroom toilets, and the results may surprise you.
The Plume: Controlling Bacteria Growth on Bathroom Surfaces
Our R&D team tests the spread of microbes from the "Toilet Plume" phenomenon.
The Next Generation of Silver Technology
Microban launches SilverShield®, a silver-based polymer technology that works eight times faster than other silver antimicrobials.
The Use of Incorporated Silver-Based Antimicrobials in Silicone Medical Devices
Dr. Ivan Ong, of Microban International, reviews the need for antimicrobial protection on medical devices using silver-based antimicrobials.
Passive purification—Effectiveness of photocatalytic titanium dioxide to convert pathogens and pollutants
Microban blogger, Karen Welch, writes compelling article for American Ceramic Society Bulletin
Achieving Antimicrobial Protection in Coatings
Our R&D team provides an in-depth study on industry test standards used to evaluate antimicrobial efficacy in paint.