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Biomaster has partnered an Australian architectural commercial products company to develop an ultra-hygienic surface coating for spaces where acoustics, aesthetics and hygiene are key.
Keystone Linings provides architectural solutions for any environment where good sound quality and aesthetics are important. The inherent acoustic qualities of birch plywood and other substrates offered by Keystone, can be combined with Keystone’s other surface finishes to achieve optimum noise reduction in libraries, auditoriums, office fit-outs and custom designed spaces.
This special coating inhibits the growth of surface bacteria, fungi and moulds 24/7.
It is ideal for high traffic area walls, building entrances and foyers, high-impact wall linings in shopping centres and hotels, childcare, hospitals, theatres and studios.
The Biomaster additive also contains Verimaster security technology, a covert identification system designed to verify the presence of the active antimicrobial ingredient.
The antimicrobial coating was developed in conjunction with an Australian owned and made company, Pylon Coatings. The company has been formulating, supporting and supplying premium quality surface coatings since 1950.
The new Key-Guard surface coating with Biomaster technology is a hard-wearing, durable, antimicrobial polyurethane coating system available in various gloss levels and can be tinted to a comprehensive assortment of colours.
For further information about Key-Guard surface coating visit the company website.
*Please note that Addmaster was acquired by the Polygiene Group AB in January 2021, so all news articles prior to that date will still be branded as Addmaster.