TiO2 coating to combat Swine flu

The TouchClean coating is an anatase titanium dioxide-based nano technology photocatalyst which destroys bacteria, spores, viruses, mould, odours and pollutants.

By Mike Pryce

A LEADING manufacturer of door handles is helping businesses, schools and hospitals fight the threat of swine flu with its anti-bacterial coating service.

Dortrend International is based in Stourport-on-Severn and is the only UK distributor of TouchClean.

The anti-bacterial coating has the technology and components to kill and stop the spread of the swine flu virus on surfaces, walls and equipment.

Philip Dean, managing director, said: “It is an extremely worrying time for the region and the country with the spread of swine flu continuing to infect and have such a significant impact on the public, hospitals, schools and businesses.

“Since the outbreak we have been working flat out to supply the health, education and food sectors with a solution which stops the return or outbreak of swine flu for up to 12 months.”

The TouchClean coating is an anatase titanium dioxide-based nano technology photocatalyst which destroys bacteria, spores, viruses, mould, odours and pollutants.

Dortrend International is working with schools, hospitals, GP surgeries, businesses and food preparation factories both in the West Midlands and the UK in a bid to contain and protect against the spread of the H1N1 virus.

The firm’s process also protects against other deadly viruses such as MRSA, SARS, clostridium difficile and E. coli for 10 years.

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