This long-lasting and durable Anti-Microbial Coil coating is resistant to most living microbes and fungi, mold, mildew, germs, Gram (+) and Gram (-) bacteria, yeast, and algae. Our coating is virtually indestructible; moving air, water/detergents, and physical touch cannot penetrate the film. The FinKote Rx anti-microbial coil coating is the best option for maintaining a clean HVAC system as it is guaranteed to kill any microbes that come in contact with the treated surface.
The Rx Anti-Microbial Coil Coating has shown to be the best option on the market for schools, hospitals, processing plants, airports, and many other commercial applications where a clean environment is required. Its chemical stability and durability make it compatible with all kinds of surfaces, materials, and manufacturing processes. Test data proves that FinKoteRx Anti-Microbial Coil Coating is still active 6 months after application, providing constant protection.
ANTI-MICROBIAL COATING HOW IT WORKS
Long-lasting Surface protection substantially reducing ATP counts and HAI’s between regularly scheduled cleanings
EPA Registered product
Test data proves FineKote Rx is still active after 6 months providing round the clock protection on surfaces to which it has been applied
Calvert Health data proves FinKote Rx performed 29% better than untreated surfaces and 72% better than competitors product on treated surfaces
Covalently bonds to a surface creating a molecular bond with the surface to which it is applied, effectively becoming a permanent part of that surface
Will not change or alter surfaces to which it is applied
Anti-Microbial Coating – How It Works
The film cannot be removed by moving air, water/detergents, or physical touch. The long polymer chains will kill microbes on contact as long as the microbes can come in contact with the treated surface.
How Does It Bond?
Ion Exchange – The very rapid cationic coating is developed one molecule
deep. This is an ion exchange process by which the cation of the silane compound replaces protons from the water on the surface. Polymer Cross-Linking – 2 ways – The silane compounds have silicon functionality enabling them to polymerize, after they have coated the surface, to become almost irremovable even on surfaces with which they cannot react, covalent bonding to that surface will also occur and it is also possible to have intermolecular polymerization.
• Organic Functional Silane
• Cross-linked Polymer
• Covalent Bonding to the Surface
As an organic functional silane, this chemistry has the ability to react with
the surfaces and with itself in ways that allow for durability consistent with the durability of the substrate that is being treated. The bound monomers react with each other to form a cross-linked polymer of extremely high molecular weight, thereby producing an essentially permanent antimicrobial surface
The product provides the chemical stability needed for compatibility with all kinds of substrates and typical manufacturing processes while being able to survive the use and abuse of commercial and
• Spectrum Microbial Control: Fungi, Mold, Mildew, Germs, Gram (+) and Gram (-) Bacteria, Yeast, and Algae.