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History of MonoFoil®

Originally conceived as a protective shield for soldiers, MonoFoil Antimicrobial has quickly grown into new markets. The developers of MonoFoil are former soldiers who experienced first-hand the dangers of exposure to a broad range of virus and bacteria.

The active ingredient of the MonoFoil Antimicrobial is an organo-functional silane technology. It physically disrupts or “disembowels” the target organism’s cell membrane on contact. Our product molecularly bonds to a treated substrate, thus making the entire material itself antimicrobial. This means that organisms do not metabolize the active and become resistant. Through extensive studies, this colorless, odorless, and non-leaching technology was found to be safe and effective against a broad spectrum of virus, fungi, bacteria, algae,
and yeast.

MonoFoil Technology is a bio-static antimicrobial additive that can be built into a product, providing elemental antimicrobial protection both inside the product and at the surface. When built in, this protection will not wash off or wear away, giving it permanent antimicrobial product surface protection for the useful life of the product. MonoFoil can also be applied onto surfaces, lasting approximately 30 days.

Why are MonoFoil® Products so different? All MonoFoil® Antimicrobial products utilizes silane technology that “electrocutes” the target organism on contact. MonoFoil® molecularly bonds to a treated surface, which makes the material itself antimicrobial.