Biogard Technology
A photocatalytic shield that protects surfaces against deadly microorganisms.
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revolutionary technology
A nano-composite coating that actively
kills germs 24 hours a day.
world problem

Contaminated Surfaces

Harmful microorganisms latch onto door handles, elevator buttons, public transit, equipment, and other surfaces - waiting to infect anyone who touches them. They can live for hours to even days on hard surfaces, spreading diseases such as COVID-19, H1N1, and more.

our solution

Nano-composite Coating

Non-toxic, nano-composite coating that effectively kills microorganisms (virus, bacteria, fungus) to achieve antimicrobial effects with continuous protection. Patented and FDA approved, providing continuous protection for public, commercial and residential facilities.

Benefits

How We Can Help

Safe and Versatile

Safe to the human touch - our FDA approved coating consists of non-toxic ingredients and is easy to apply to virtually any surface. Workers can feel confident returning back to their workplace and students can safely return back to schools. Biogard Technology offers protection and safe places for everyone.

Long Term Protection

Long lasting antimicrobial coating that keeps the surface protected 24/7 for up to 90 days with just one application. Other conventional disinfectants only last for minutes or hours. Our coating provides continuous protection for high-touch surfaces such as elevators, handrails, seats, doors, and other surfaces.

Up to 99.99% Effective

Our coating has been successfully tested in accredited laboratories against enveloped viruses such as SARS-CoV (same family as COVID-19), H1N1 influenza, and non-enveloped viruses like enteroviruses. It also works effectively in killing harmful bacteria including methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), E.coli, and Mycobacterium tuberculosis.

applications

Virtually Any Surface

Metal
Wood & Solid Surfaces
Plastic
Air Filters
Textiles & Fabrics

How Does It Work?

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