Our antimicrobial frameless aluminium and glass infrared heating panels with antimicrobial coating, this is an agent that interferes with the growth and reproduction of bacteria.
Antimicrobial finishes, in particular, help prevent and restrict the spread of harmful bacteria such as E. coli, Listeria and Pseudomonas on contact surfaces.
The hygiene H panels are suitable for hospitals and clean rooms, where foreign bodies are disruptive to the process, using this specially treated infrared panel, reduces the presence of harmful bacteria, whilst still giving the innovative and energy efficient infrared heating expected from a Yandiya panel.
Glass panels are coated on back with antimicrobial powered coating.
|Colours||White / Black|
|Voltage||210-230VAC - 110VAC|
|Service Life||20 Years|
|Surface Material||Colour||Sizes (mm)||Rated Power||Amps||Coverage|
|Aluminium||White||595 x 1195||800Watt||3.47||13.47-13.33㎡|
|Aluminium||White||795 x 1195||1200Watt||5.21||17.64-21.24㎡|
|Aluminium||Black||595 x 1195||800Watt||3.47||13.47-13.33㎡|
|Aluminium||Black||795 x 1195||1200Watt||5.21||17.64-21.24㎡|
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Antimicrobial Technology describes the collective knowledge, expertise and methods of using additives to create products that are permanently protected against microbes.
Antimicrobial is used to describe substances which demonstrate the ability to reduce the presence of microbes, such as bacteria and mould.
Many substances can be described as antimicrobial; such as disinfectants, antibiotics and of course Antimicrobial Additives.
There are four mains types of Antimicrobial Additive that are based on Silver Ion, Copper, Zinc and Organic technologies:
suitable for deployment in a broad range of materials and applications, including paints, coatings, textiles, polymers and other material types.
well-known antibacterial and antifungal compound.
can provide antimicrobial protection in preservative and hygienic applications, with substrates such as paints, coatings and polymers being most suitable.
including phenolic biocides, quaternary ammonium compounds (QAC or QUAT) and fungicides (Thiabendazole)