Antibacterial Coating for Healthcare

Antibacterial Coating for Healthcare

Antibacterial Coating

Our experience working with the healthcare sector has shown us the significance of antibacterial control, which is why RW Joinery proudly offers antibacterial coating finishes on our performance doorsets.

Doors may often be a source of germs and bacteria, but our antibacterial finishes stop the risk of further contamination. The antibacterial lacquer prevents bacteria multiplying by inhibiting bacterial growth. The lacquer counteracts the spread of mould, bacteria and mildew, blocking growth and stopping the spread of germs.

In addition to the healthcare sector, our antibacterial coating offers amazing solutions for public and commercial businesses that face heavy footfall. Crowds can escalate the risk of bacteria and infection spreading unwittingly, and many retailers rely on antibacterial lacquer to stop transmission.

Our antibacterial finish stops the spreading of infections and disease in high-risk environments such as care homes, hospitals, hotels, schools and colleges. This coating was an absolute necessity for the work we did for both Wythenshawe Hospital and University Hospital Aintree, where the transmission risk of bacteria and disease could have devastating effects.

Our antibacterial coating for performance doorsets is an essential solution for the healthcare industry. Speak to a member of our team today for more information about our coatings.

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