Sterile Shield Science

A revolutionary product!

Once the environment is sterile, we introduce Sterile Shield, an EPA registered, nano surface protection that inhibits microbial growth on all surfaces.  Sterile Shield provides lasting protection that is invisible, odorless, completely safe, but deadly for microorganisms.  Germs that come into contact with this protection are immediately neutralized on contact.

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1970’s
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Technology developed as an antimicrobial and mold inhibitor
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1980’s
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T
echnology wins national award
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1990’s
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Re-engineered into a water-based product
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Announced as green friendly / biodegradable
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2000’s
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Granted 5 US patents
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Registered with the EPA
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How does it work?

Sterile Shield prevents the growth of an amazingly wide array of bacteria, mold, mildew, algae, yeast and viruses. Sterile Shield acts like a bed of microscopic spikes that pierce the cell, providing long lasting protection. Its molecule creates a strong bond with a multitude of surfaces, porous and non-porous, forming a highly durable protective coating. The other end of the molecule forms a microscopic bed of spikes that punctures microbes like a bed of nails. Sterile Shield physically ruptures the cell walls of these microbes, without the use of poisons. Since its methodology is mechanical instead of chemical, it does not create “superbugs”, which are microbes that build up a resistance to treatment.
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The Sterile Shield molecular spikes are long chains of atoms that are large enough to pierce the cell walls of various microbes. Being only about one thousandth the diameter of a human hair, they are too small to harm larger cells in animals, plants and food. These chains of atoms carry a strong positive charge that attracts the negatively charged microorganisms (like a magnet).  When the microbe wall is punctured, it slides down the molecule chain. This part alone eliminates the microbe. The Sterile Shield process is even more potent. The negative and positive charges touch at the base, causing a small electrical charge. This small charge completes the process, insuring complete annihilation of the microorganisms.

 

What does it do?

Imparts a residual antimicrobial protective barrier

Provides/creates an invisible micro-biostatic coating

Inhibits growth of microbes

Inhibits odors caused by microbes

Inhibits staining caused by microbes

Inhibits discoloration caused by microbes

Inhibits spores turning to growth

Inhibits spore development

Prevents deterioration caused by microbes

Prevents development of microbes
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