Cambridge Security Seals (CSS), has a new line of antimicrobial, antiviral, and antibacterial seals.
The A-MVB line of patent-pending seals are infused with a proprietary blend of resins and additives designed to protect users or anyone who may come in direct contact with the seals from contracting any infectious agents, such as viruses, bacteria, fungi, algae, moulds, or other microbes that can exist on the surface of a standard plastic seal.
“The current global pandemic has sensitised all of us to the vulnerabilities inherent in just about every aspect of our lives,” said Brian Lyle, president, CSS. “As a company, we decided to address the issue by developing a solution that would succeed in dramatically reducing any chances of disease transmission through plastic security seals. CSS’s fully customisable A-MVB line of products meets the ever-widening needs of tamper-evident seal customers seeking to expand their levels of protection against the transfer and transmission of diseases and harmful microbes.”
The ionic silver-based A-MVB (antimicrobial viricide-material-infused) formula specifically targets, repels, and deactivates or eliminates the metabolic and reproductive capacity of virus-hosting bacteria, as well as other microorganisms such as moulds, fungi, and algae. This removes the need and labour required to clean the product with disinfectants, and the worry of missing potentially hard-to-reach areas of the seals.
Claudia Coetzer, business development manager, CSS, said: “Our A-MVB™ seals provide an excellent line of defence for those companies who are concerned about the health of their employees and want to reassure them that they are taking every possible step to protect them.”