How doorhandles and levers with antimicrobial treatment reduce disease spread

How doorhandles and levers with antimicrobial treatment reduce disease spread

During the novel coronavirus pandemic, the potential for the spread of microbes by touching various surfaces has become an even greater concern.

Antimicrobial additives provide one means of minimising contamination touchpoints and the possible spread of various microbes. Physical access control systems, by their nature, require users to touch a variety of surfaces, which can increase the risk of transferring microbes, especially in high traffic areas.

This white paper will describe how access control manufacturer SALTO Systems incorporates BioCote® antimicrobial technology to address hygiene concerns and limit the spread of infectious diseases like COVID-19.

What's inside?

  • Antimicrobial uses silver ions
  • Is the additive effective against the novel coronavirus?
  • Using the antimicrobial additive in access control
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