Halo Antimicrobial Coatings kill 99.4% of microorganisms
Halo’s Bio-S gives all coatings antimicrobial properties
Add Halo’s Bio-S to Graffiti, Concrete, Metal, Vinyl, Stone and Wood Coats. The performance of Bio-S is not affected by whether the coating is Gloss, Satin or Matt. Whatever the surface you get unparalleled protection with Halo Bio-S.
It will make all these coatings antimicrobial and add to the protection they already offer against weather, water, oil, mild acids, abrasion and graffiti.
Halo Antimicrobial Coatings have a 99.4% success rate
Halo’s Bio-S has been laboratory-tested to prove that it kills 99.4% of dangerous and deadly microorganisms. Contact us for your copy of the laboratory report.
Halo Antimicrobial Coatings are available in two strengths
Halo’s Bio-S can be added in either regular or hospital grade strengths to any of the solvent coatings in the Halo range. The different strengths have the same kill rate.
Hospital grade kills microorganisms in 4 hours.
Regular grade kills microorganisms in 16 hours.
Halo Bio-S remains active for the life of the coating
All Halo coatings are durable, UV stable, peel and flake resistant and extend the life of the substrate. The last longer than traditional coatings so the protection of Bio-S lasts longer too.
Use Halo Bio-S:
In hospital theatres, sluice rooms, kitchens and in all surfaces in patients’ bathrooms
In restaurant and hotel kitchens
In kindergartens and day-care centres
In veterinary surgeries
Halo Bio-S adds to the protective qualities of the Halo range
Halo’s antimicrobial coatings have added protection. They all still retain the qualities of the original coatings:
They meet high air quality standards and contain no known carcinogens.
They have less than 100g/L VOCs.
They do not require harmful isocyanates to cure – they catalyse using moisture in the oxygen.
Halo’s Matrix-NanoTM technology means that the coatings are very thin. So there is more surface contact with the substrate and a superior protective barrier.
The result is greater adhesion to the substrate as the cross-linking bonding to the substrate results from the high cross-link density within the material itself.
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