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Kernow leads the market with New KernowPrint Antimicrobial Synthetic for Dry Toner

Kernow Coatings, United Kingdom, February 2021. Kernow Coatings, leading manufacturer of OEM certified printable digital synthetic papers, has announced that they are underway with introducing new antimicrobial product protection to KernowPrint PRO for Dry Toner.

With hygiene now of paramount importance to businesses, antimicrobial agents have been proven to be a beneficial addition to surfaces by inhibiting the growth of bacteria. KernowPrint Antimicrobial can be cleaned with soapy water, bleach or safely disinfected with a wide variety of alcohol and solvent based cleaning agents without removing or damaging the surface. The technology used is proven to inhibit the growth of microbes by up to 99.94%, along with inhibiting the growth of common food-poisoning bacteria on treated surfaces.

Bosy Colak, President, Kernow North America, commented – “We often overlook how many surfaces we come into contact with on a daily basis whilst carrying out normal tasks on autopilot – visiting supermarkets, petrol stations, banks, restaurants and healthcare providers. If surfaces and counters are not properly cleaned or disinfected, bacteria can grow. KernowPrint Antimicrobial is a hygienic, durable solution over standard synthetic or laminated papers and provides inbuilt antimicrobial product protection, giving 24/7 surface protection for the lifetime of the product. It has a wealth of applications, from military to medical, hospitality to retail and of course within the education sector. Reducing the risk of contaminants on a surface is now a prerequisite for every industry and business”.

Kernow Coatings is currently transitioning its KernowPrint PRO Matt White Dry Toner line to the new enhanced antimicrobial version which is available in a variety of stocked and bespoke sizes and in thicknesses ranging from 95 micron through 350 micron.

For more information about KernowPrint Antimicrobial please contact your Kernow Account Manager

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