Anti-microbial 1l Liquid Guard Coating System with trigger spray

Is it time to switch to antimicrobial nano-coatings to meet Covid secure regulations?

Over recent months, we have heard the term ‘Covid secure’ being banded around in relation to workplaces, retail outlets and leisure facilities, all with the aim of getting the economy moving after lock-down. The Government has issued fourteen guides covering all types of workplaces from offices, fleets of vehicles to home visits.  Theses guides are…

Liquid Guard bottles in gyms

New anti-viral nano coating technology provides gym’s and leisure centres with a long term physical microbial kill on contact.

No-one disputes the health and wellbeing benefits that gyms and leisure facilities provide to their members in terms of physical activity, mental stimulation, and social interaction. However, under the current easing of lockdown they are still shut and not likely to open until the end of July at the earliest. This is due to concerns…

image depicting germ transfer through hand surface hand transmission

The hand-surface-hand transfer of viruses and bacteria was here before Coronavirus (SARS CoV-2) and will be long after.

Hand-surface-hand transfer didn’t start with Sars CoV-2, nor will it end with it! The fundamental role of hand-surface-hand transfer has also come to into sharp focus, with varying reports that SARS CoV-2 can last from a few hours to days on hard surfaces, which has led the public to be more conscious about what they…

Olive oil on quartz surface

The Nano-Science Behind Permanent Stain Protection

Specialist protective coatings manufacturer Signo-Nanocare UK may not spring to mind as a major player within the tile and stone protection market. Ranked in the world’s top ten nano-coating developers and producers Signo-Nanocare UK focus on supplying hi-spec’ permanent bond, easy clean solutions to stone and tile manufacturers. They provide the technology behind “life-time” stain…


Nano coatings: A new front-line weapon in the war against “Influenza A” & transient microorganisms around care homes.

The optimisation of infection control is high on the agenda of all involved in health care; by achieving it, the health and wellbeing of patients as well as staff and visitors is positively affected. However, maintaining bacterial and viral free surfaces is challenging, as every human touch transfers microorganisms to and from surfaces to the…