Protection against the dangers you can't see.

Biomaster Antimicrobial Additive Technology is easily incorporated into any plastic, textile, paper, paint or coating, making it an integral part of the manufacturing process and finished product.

Biomaster ensures effective antimicrobial protection for the effective lifetime of the product, helping to keep surfaces clean and hygienic, and reduces the threat of cross-contamination.

In order to guarantee optimum performance, Biomaster takes a bespoke approach to every project. Each formulation is uniquely blended to suit a specific end application, with its effectiveness confirmed by independent laboratories before it enters the production process.

Biomaster pioneered the development of permanent antibacterial protection into new substrates such as plastics, coatings, textiles and paint and continues to create innovative additive technologies that provide long-term defence against harmful bacteria.

Add effective, versatile and trusted antibacterial protection to your product range by contacting Biomaster - the experts in antibacterial technology.

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Biomaster pioneered the use of silver based antimicrobial additives and is now the recognised leader in antibacterial additive technology.

The benefits of silver as a natural antibacterial, however, have been known since the time of the Pharaohs. Silver has been used for thousands of years to prevent the growth of bacteria without the high toxicity associated with other metals.

The healing and anti-disease properties of silver were used in late medieval France, where entire hospital wards were plated with silver to help protect the patients from harmful bacteria.

Born with a silver spoon

Early settlers in Australia put silver forks or spoons into their water tanks in order to keep the water clean.

Babies were fed using silver cutlery to avoid infections and illnesses, and silver spoons have traditionally been used to serve sugar because they keep it free from cross-contamination.

Silver purified water on the space shuttle

Up until the introduction of antibiotics in 1938, physicians used colloidal silver as a mainstream antibiotic treatment.

NASA even used silver to purify water on the space shuttle.

Today, silver is used in topical gels to treat serious burns and in coated dressings to aid wound healing.

In 2000, Biomaster pioneered the use of silver based antibacterial additives and is now the recognised leader in antibacterial additive technology.

If your product range would benefit from lasting and effective antibacterial protection, contact Biomaster now.

Biomaster is effective against antibiotic-resistant bacteria such as Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) and Vancomycin-resistant Enterococcus (VRE)