Zonitise Surface Antimicrobial Spray is proven to be able to eliminate Sars Cov 2 on surfaces even after more than 6 weeks from being applied.
Zonitise Surface Spray forms a long-lasting nano antimicrobial coating on treated surfaces giving long term residual protection against a number of harmful pathogens and bacteria such as Sars Cov 2, Influenza, Listeria, E-coli, etc , helping to reduce the risk of cross-contamination on surfaces between regular cleaning.
Zonitise antimicrobial coatings have been trialled and proven in real world healthcare environments to lower colony forming units (CFU) count by as much as 90% compared to conventional cleaning approaches, even after 60 days!
As well as protecting the surface from these harmful germs, Zonitise Surface Antimicrobial Spray will also work to prevent the build-up of mould, fungi and unpleasant odours.
Zonitise antimicrobial technology is non-leaching and suitable for all types of surfaces.
Customer satisfaction is of utmost importance to the team at Zonitise – we want to ensure you’re happy with the items you’ve purchased from us.
We accept returns providing the products are unopened and unused. Goods may be returned for a refund or exchanged within 14 days of receiving your order. Please note return postage will not be funded by Zonitise and a 5% restocking charge will be applied. If the products are faulty or were sent in error we will provide you with a postage label to return the item/s back to us.
Zonitise will not accept returns for open or used items, unless the item is faulty.
Please return your items to:
Synergy House, Fakenham Road, Norwich, NR9 5SP
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The active ingredient in the Zonitise antimicrobial forms a colourless, odourless, positively charged, polymer, which chemically bonds to the surface to which it is applied. Think of this antimicrobial shield as a layer of many electrically charged swords of nitrogen which attract the negatively charged cells of microbes. When a microorganism comes in contact with the treated surface, the "quat" or "sword” punctures the cell membrane and the electrical charge shocks and kills the cell. Since nothing is transferred to the now dead cell, the antimicrobial doesn’t lose its strength and the sword is ready for the next cell to contact it. Normal cleaning of treated surfaces is still necessary to prevent the build-up of dirt, dead microbes, etc. which could cover the “swords”, prohibiting it from killing microorganisms. Zonitise has a suite of recommended products for maintaining Anti-microbial efficacy of the coating.
Yes, moisture that is in or on the treated material or surface passes through the treatment. After curing, the treatment is somewhat hydrophobic (water repellent) but it should not be considered a replacement for commercial water repellents. The microorganism is attracted to the treated surface and punctured by the long molecular “sword.” This is a physical rupture of the cell membrane, Zonitise is not consumed by the organism and stands ready to defend the surface from the risks of cross contamination.
Conventional products are absorbed into living cells and kill by way of poisoning the organism. They are designed to act quickly and dissipate quickly to avoid adverse effects to humans and animals due to their toxic ingredients. Most commercial antimicrobials used for treating building surfaces do a great job of getting a quick kill on bacteria and fungi, although most have a limited spectrum of effectiveness. Zonitise technology takes a totally unique approach. It provides an effective initial microbial kill when applied, like the conventional methods but it also provides long-term control of growth on treated surfaces that in both laboratory studies and real-life have proven efficacy at reducing bio-loads for several months.
No, Zonitise does not volatilize, dissipate, or leach onto other surfaces or into the environment. Zonitise antimicrobial chemistry polymerizes where it is applied and forms a permanent bond that can last for the life of the treated surface.
Since the cured antimicrobial is non-volatile, insoluble, and non-leaching, the treatment should continue to be active for up to 60 days, and in many instances we have seen efficacy maintained in lesser trafficked areas for considerably longer. A treated surface’s life span depends on a number of factors, not least of which is surface preparation. Treating a dirty or unstable surface decreases the effectiveness of the antimicrobial. Abrasive or caustic (pH 9.0) cleaners can shorten the effective life of a treated surface. Our professional applicators have seen long term effectiveness for the life of the substrate under normal cleaning conditions.
It is essential to the efficacy of the product that the surface to which Zonitise is being applied is properly cleaned, as dirty or unstable surfaces can decrease the effectiveness of the antimicrobial active. Zonitise Technical Teams can offer support on the appropriate cleaners to use.