Floor & wall protection and prevention from the spread of germs

 

We all know that the spread of germs can cause major problems, and not just in hospitals. Did you know that Coo-Var Guard-Coat inhibits the growth of bacteria including MRSA and E.coli? This creates a hygienic surface which can be easily washed. 

As a two-pack system, Coo-Var Guard-Coat is tough enough to withstand testing environments such as hospital corridor floors and walls with all the bumping they get from trolleys and chairs etc. It will even withstand forklift traffic. 

Better still, the silver ion technology will give anti-bacterial properties for the life of the paint. Available in 8 standard colours including clear. Special colours tinted to BS & RAL standards available to order. 

Guard-Coat is ideal for use in areas where hygiene is important OR the spread of germs to many people is likely, such as: 

  • Clinics/Hospitals 
  • Schools 
  • Factories 
  • Care homes and Residential centres 
  • Prisons 
  • Hotels and Leisure establishments 
  • Catering/Kitchen facilities 
  • Public Buildings 

 

Teal & Mackrill manufacture exceptional floor, problem-solving, industrial and marine coatings. We provide outstanding training and technical support and our brands include Coo-Var and Teamac. Established in 1908 we remain a family owned business and continuously modernise our production and distribution to deliver class leading quality and service. 

For questions on GuardCoat or any other products in the range please contact our helpful technical services team on 01482 328053. Or to find your nearest stockist, click here

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