Our hygiene coatings, Microbarr, have been used on a number of the UK’s largest hospitals; most recently Alder Hey Children’s Hospital and Southmead in Bristol. Here’s 6 reasons why you should consider anti-bacterial paints for healthcare environments:
Silver ion technology can be found in some paint formulations. If present, the hygiene coatings will limit the growth of harmful bacteria such as E-coli & MRSA.
Decorative anti-bacterial paints will most likely be a water based product which are low odour, so great for confined areas, and fast drying, which is perfect for bringing an area back into use quickly - normally within 1 – 2 hours; this can be really important when refurbishing hospital wards.
They tend to be available in durable finishes (matt and eggshell) that contribute towards lengthening overall maintenance cycles.
There’s a wide range of colours to choose from (around 16,000 from some manufacturers) which helps to create the right ambience/environment through utilising the psychology of colour.
They can help towards sustainable design, achieving desired BREEAM ratings.
No specialist application required.
For more information on Johnstone's Trade Microbarr please click here.
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