Liquid Guard® protects all hard surfaces through lasting active “full-kill” anti-microbial performance. Liquid Guard® implementation helps to reduce infection in communal ‘danger zones’ where effective nanotechnology protection makes complete sense. Examples of such areas are: restaurant self-ordering terminals, sanitary and medical environments and children’s education facilities, breaking the hand-surface-hand cycle of infection.
Liquid Guard has now been tested effective against the SARS-CoV-2 virus – 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 Covid 19 variants ‘Alpha, Beta, Gamma and Delta’.
The broad range of effectiveness testing conducted includes SARS-CoV-2, TGEV Coronavirus and Influenza A. Verification of effectiveness against these enveloped viruses confirms Liquid Guards’ role in the transfer of transient microbes via hand-surface-hand transfer.
With the return to normality 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
- 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:-