OUR MISSION IS TO REDUCE TRANSMISSION

Hygiene Labs™ is a specialist division of the Protection Brands Group that was established in 2014 with a specific mandate to reduce transmission:

By developing a holistic range of ‘skin and surface’ products that reduce or interrupt transmission by
physical contact risk, cross contamination risk and droplet transfer risk in our working environment.

By sourcing a technology that would kill harmful microbes over a sustained period of time
with one application thus reducing cross contamination.

By moving away from traditional, commonly used disinfectant technologies,
that are toxic and harmful to human and animal health.

By developing and sourcing new antimicrobial technologies to combat the increasing
resistance of established viruses and bacteria to traditional disinfectants such as alcohol.

HYGIENE LABS™ SANITISATION AND PERSISTENT

ANTIMICROBIAL TECHNOLOGIES

Following extensive research, testing and development, Hygiene Labs™ launched its product range using 5th Generation SiQuat technology which meet the complete mandate of reducing transmission.

Hygiene Labs™ 5th Generation SiQuat technology delivers high performance, broad spectrum anti-bacterial, viral, fungal, mould and odour protection on surfaces to which they are either applied  or infused.

They are widely recognised as one of the worlds most advanced non-volatile, surface bonded antimicrobials, safe for people, plants,
pets and the environment.

HOW DOES IT WORK?

Once applied, Hygiene Labs™ Antimicrobial Shield forms an invisible protective barrier on all
treated surfaces, immediately sanitising and eliminating harmful microbes and bacteria.

A layer of microscopic pins coats the surface and kills the pathogens by piercing and rupturing their cell walls killing germs by
‘mechanical’ means and is non-toxic. All currently known superbugs are defenseless against our cell wall rupture technology.

The antimicrobial barrier is like a microscopic grass lawn with countless blades of grass that rupture
or pop the bubble-like cell wall of the microbes, destroying them on contact.