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ANTIMICROBIAL PRODUCTS

In today's world, we are surrounded by a multitude of bacteria, fungus , and viruses, as well as stories of new strains of those viruses, leading to serious illnesses and, in some cases, even death. Antimicrobial Products meet these challenges. They are the agents that either kill microorganisms or simply inhibit their growth. GERMGUARD is new innovation in the field of Antimicrobial done by extensive R&D of H&R Johnson. GERMGUARD is the registered trademark for antimicrobial compounds produced by us.

GERMGUARD - Multifunctional Antimicrobial Compound

Germ guard is based on specially formulated chemistry of silver, a highly effective antimicrobial agent which inhibits the growth of odour causing bacteria and fungi. It is incorporated in the end product during manufacturing which provides permanent antimicrobial activity.

By resisting the negative impact microbes can have on a product or surface, GERMGUARD technology can also add value in a number of ways.

• Make a product more hygienic

• Keep a product fresher for longer time

• Extend the usable lifetime of a product

Catering to the special needs of many niche industries through innovative & superior quality specialized Industrial Products

Germguard can be incorporated in anything and everything, ranging from Polymers, Textiles, sanitisers, soaps, Building Materials etc. For Example Vegetable Crisper in the Refrigerator , Cutting boards, toothbrushes ,lunch box and everyday household items that are made up of plastic. Nevertheless, despite normal cleaning, molds and bacteria can grow on them. GERMGUARD function helps to keep these everyday items clean and provides the material with lasting protection. It does not replace daily cleaning but helps to keep surfaces free from bacteria. So that no mold and mildew stains can occur, the products suffer less damage, and also prevents from the unpleasant odor.

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