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Electronic Temperature Instruments Ltd set to Increase Output Throughout 2009

15 Jun 2009
ETI based in Worthing, UK, is set to increase its turnover of British ETI Thermometer with Biomaster Silver Based Antimicrobial Additivesmanufactured thermometers which it supplies to many industries worldwide despite the current economic climate. Each thermometer undergoes strict QC and with the move to manufacture more of its catalogue in the UK.

ETI has also recently incorporated Biomaster, a unique silver based antimicrobial additive into part of its range of thermometers for the catering industry. Ultimately ETI is looking to extend the use of Biomaster additives across its product range. Biomaster available from Addmaster (UK) Ltd is an incredibly durable additive that reduces bacteria such as E.Coli, Listeria, Salmonella and MRSA on surface and adds a unique selling point to ETI’s thermometer range.

Peter Webb, Managing Director of ETI comments:
“The prevention of the spread of harmful micro-organisms through cross contamination has been a major concern in the past. However the inclusion of Biomaster in our thermometer and probe plastic parts is an important development, as it actively helps to provide an important second line of defence against bacteria”.

Source - Electronic Temperature Instruments Ltd, June 2009

Biomaster is a registered trademark of Addmaster, based in Stafford UK. Addmaster is Europe's leading supplier of performance additives for a wide range of applications and industries. By working in partnership with its customers and focussing on research and development, highly innovative additives have been created and successfully introduced into many manufacturing environments. Addmaster's advanced products are being used by many of the world's industry leaders in the plastics, paper, paint, textile and coating industries.Addmaster, founded in the year 2000, sees its major objective as capitalising on the lack of innovation which exists in these industry sectors, and has won many business awards for innovations in product development and marketing.

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