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Anti-Microbial Properties Make Prime HPL a Great Option for Hygiene-Critical Environments

It’s no surprise that hygienic solutions have become a hot topic over the last eighteen months, especially in high traffic public areas.

The Prime Laminate range offers anti-bacterial and anti-microbial properties on a large portion of their Benchtop, Pressed HPL Panel and Soft-Matt laminate surfaces. This sounds great, but what does it mean exactly?

The terms anti-bacterial and anti-microbial are often interchanged, however they have very different meanings. Anti-bacterial products only target bacteria while anti-microbial products have a much broader scope of protection by targeting a range of micro-organisms such as such as E.Coli, MRSA, mould and fungi which are often more harmful.

With the Prime Laminate range offering anti-microbial properties across most of their designs, it means their HPL surfaces inhibit the growth of microbes so they can’t multiply and therefore die off.

The broad-spectrum performance of Prime Laminate surfaces makes them a great choice for use in hygiene-critical environments such as schools, hospitals, retirement homes, commercial kitchens and the like.

Additional lab-grade laminates are available on request and have even more anti-microbial protection embedded at the time of manufacture.

Check out the Prime Laminate range

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