Harfield antibacterial tableware incorporates Biomaster antibacterial technology to tackle threat of MRSA, E.Coli, listeria and campylobacter

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Does MRSA live on tableware?

It is well documented that environments such as hospitals, care and nursing homes, schools and nurseries need to do more to tackle the threat of disease from pathogenic bacteria such MRSA, E.coli, listeria and campylobacter.

Such bacteria can spread rapidly in these environments and it can potentially be spread by all kinds of equipment and instruments, including tableware.

The Harfield antibacterial polycarbonate range is an ideal solution to decrease the risk of bacterial cross contamination which can cause illness and infection.

How does Biomaster antibacterial technology prevent the spread of viruses?

Stockport based Harfield Components, the UK’s leading manufacturer and distributor of virtually unbreakable and reusable polycarbonate tableware, now incorporates Biomaster Protection into its entire antibacterial range.

Biomaster antibacterial technology is added during the manufacturing process of Harfield jugs, jug lids, tumblers, beakers, plates, bowls and cutlery, to prevent the spread of bacteria and viruses.

The Harfield antibacterial range incorporating Biomaster Protection has been tested to the latest ISO 22196:2001 to prove that the growth of bacteria is reduced.

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Harfield Components with Biomaster additives is an ideal solution to decrease bacteria growth and virus

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