Safer surfaces with H+G antimicrobial paints range

25
Sep

Never has it been more important to ensure good hygiene practice in clinically-sensitive areas such as hospitals and other healthcare settings.

Biomaster partner Hanford+Green is supplying NHS hospitals around the UK with high performance paints to cover a complete range of interior and exterior surfaces including previously painted surfaces, plaster, wood, masonry, plastic, laminate or metal.

Hanford+Green's antimicrobial Microsafe paint with Biomaster protection provides a vital second line of defence against harmful microbes, giving surfaces extra protection beyond routine cleaning protocols.

Biomaster provides long-lasting protection for surface coatings and is proven effective against most common types of bacteria including antibiotic-resistant strains such as MRSA

The company's low sheen, satin and gloss finishes are highly durable, scrubbable, stain resistant and washable, making cleaning quick and easy, with no deterioration to the painted surface.

Working with the architects RLM and the contractor INDEX Décor, Hanford+Green paints were recently specified to redecorate Dorset's biggest healthcare providers including the county's twelve community hospitals and minor injuries units.

Dorset Healthcare University NHS Foundation Trust was keen to find a paint that allowed re-decoration to be done as fast as possible, with minimal disruption and no smell, whilst achieving the high quality, hard wearing results vital for healthcare buildings.

Hanford+Green Marketing Director Victoria Blair explains: “ With Hanford+Green paints Dorset Healthcare were able to do just that. The contractors were able to work quickly and cleanly with great results.

Typically we find we can save our customers time, due to our industry beating re-coat times, save them money, as they need a third less paint and they still achieve better results. 

Working with Biomaster has also meant we can offer world leading antimicrobial protection in all our paint finishes, with no loss of performance.”

To find out more about the Hanford & Green antimicrobial range visit the company website.


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