Liquid Guard® Coronavirus (SARS CoV 2) update 15th June 2021

Liquid Guard has now been tested effective against the SARS-CoV-2 virus for some time – results which supported the pre-existing TGEV Coronavirus certification and further underlined Liquid Guard’s broad effectiveness against enveloped viruses. The enveloped virus category includes the most recent Covid 19 variants including ‘Alpha, Beta, Gamma and Delta’.

With easing of lockdown restrictions and the increased movement of people at work and leisure, 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’ – while segments of the population remain unvaccinated.

Liquid Guard® has been applied to many hundreds of thousands of meters of public and private space over the last 18 months in a multitude of sectors, including:-

  • London galleries – ICA – Pall Mall
  • Burnley Football club training ground and stadium-  Burnley FC application video
  • Airports
  • Supermarkets
  • Hotels
  • Gyms
  • Schools
  • 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:-

ATP Tabel 2

Essential nanotechnology surface coatings for manufacturers, chemical distributors and users of high-tech surface finishes

Welcome to Nano-Care UK (Signo Nanocare UK Ltd).

As a member of the Nano-Care AG group, we create invisible high-performance nanotechnology coatings. By working to the highest standards in bionics and process engineering we aim to provide business with a competitive edge by improving performance through smart coating technology

As a mid-sized company with a focus on cutting-edge nano-science and high quality, we are able to facilitate innovation and thus set new benchmarks in multiple market sectors quickly and efficiently.

We support, advise and  supply manufacturers of surface coatings, chemical distributors, and users of high-tech smart coatings. Our aim is to provide performance improving solutions for a  diverse range of requirements. Businesses and consumers in more than 70 countries already benefit from the  intelligent-hybrid performance  of our multifunctional products.

By using our products

Surfaces gain antimicrobial properties

Concrete, natural stone and brick repel dirt, remaining lichen and moss free

Misting is no longer an issue on glass and mirrors

Outdated C8 fluorocarbons are easily replaced with high-performance environmentally responsible alternatives

Surfaces retain their original appearance whilst functionality is enhanced

Textiles repel oil and water-based contaminates
Plastics become easier to clean and more resistant to abrasion and weathering

Building materials retain their appearance and strength, becoming corrosion and graffiti-resistant

Textile odours are permanently neutralised

Glass and stainless steel are fingerprint-resistant

Use of everyday cleaning biocides is reduced

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