Enhance protection and control cleaning costs with advanced antimicrobial coating technology
- Destroys harmful microorganisms including SARS CoV-2
- Highly durable – lasts up to three years
- Near invisible – no change to look of space
- Reduces cost through reduced touchpoint cleaning
- Improves staff and customer confidence and wellbeing
- Sustainable support for long-term hygiene strategy
Unique antimicrobial surface coating
Introducing Touchpoint Shield™ from SafeGroup, a revolution in antimicrobial protection. Touchpoint Shield™ combines the durability of nanoceramics with the proven anti-microbial power of silver ion technology.
Working together, they create an impenetrable barrier against viruses, including the COVID-19 virus, as well as bacteria and fungi.
Easy to apply by our trained technicians, Touchpoint Shield™ treated surfaces will help protect your workforce and customers against harmful pathogens for up to three years in high touchpoint areas.
No other antimicrobial product currently on the market can promise to provide protection as effective and long-lasting.
Creating safer spaces
Most people agree, the coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) pandemic has changed attitudes to cleanliness and hygiene for good. This will fundamentally affect how we must clean and maintain workspaces and the environments in which services are delivered. New ways are needed to provide long-term protection from all pathogens, including SARS-CoV-2, which causes COVID-19.
Back to work clean and safe
The vaccine programme gives us an opportunity to put the COVID-19 pandemic behind us and build back better. Touchpoint Shield™ has been developed to help you to significantly improve hygiene standards and wellbeing for employees and customers alike.
As businesses consider moving to a hybrid approach to work, with teams sharing time between home and offices, Touchpoint Shield™ will support the high quality and cost-effective hygiene programmes they will need.
How it works
Touchpoint Shield™ can be applied to any porous or non-porous surface, including wood, metal, plastic and fabric, so is ideal for protecting many different kinds of high transmission touchpoints. Silver ions target and destroy microbes in different ways:
Positively charged silver ions are attracted to pathogens. The ions then disrupt their DNA, preventing cell division which stops replication.
Silver ions enter bacterial cells where they block the respiratory system, preventing energy production so killing the cell.
With viruses, silver ions interact with RNA which prevents the virus from replicating, which is the only way it survives.