Liquid Guard has now been tested for effectiveness SARS-CoV-2 virus. This test reports adds to the existing TGEV Coronavirus certification. These results further demonstrate Liquid Guards’ performance against enveloped viruses and continued testing on SARS-CoV-2 for early 2021 is planned.
With ongoing pandemic restrictions likely to stretch well into 2021 Liquid Guard® has an invaluable role in actively helping to break the transfer of transient microbes via hand-surface-hand contact, especially in high touch areas that are hard to clean between ‘touches’.
Liquid Guard® has been applied to many hundreds of thousands of m2 in the last 10 months in a multitude of venues in both public and private sectors:-
- London galleries – ICA – Pall Mall
- Burnley Football club training ground and stadium- Burnley FC application video
- UK Govt Offices
- Felixstowe Port
As part of the verification of Liquid Guards® effectiveness and on-going performance, ATP field testing is widely used by end users and application contractors on treated surfaces; see the table below of “real life” field test results:-