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Addmaster Managing Director Paul Morris has recently presented talks on Biomaster Antimicrobial Technology at two prestigious conferences.
Addmaster managing director Paul Morris gave a recent soapbox presentation on permanent antimicrobial additives at the recent MedTech Confer in Birmingham.
Hosted by MediLink, Paul was selected as one of the speakers after submitting his ideas for a presentation that would interest the invited audience. Paul’s talk focused on Biomaster antimicrobial technology, a range of silver based additives available from Addmaster, and how they can be used to complement disinfectants and industry cleaning procedures.
Paul highlighted that exposure to low levels of potentially harmful bacteria in the environment are a benefit to humans and their immune system, although in critical areas such as healthcare settings where immunity is weakened it is vital that every intelligent step is taken to remove the risk of cross contamination.
He also touched on the key benefits of Biomaster, that it is very easy to add, lasts the active lifetime of the product it is incorporated into and is highly effective at reducing the growth of problematic healthcare associated bacteria such as MRSA.
Paul has also presented at the recent Innovation Day hosted by Holchem and Greencore at the Campden BRI headquarters.
While the theme for the day was innovation in food hygiene disinfection practices, Paul was invited to present ideas on how permanent antimicrobial additives such as Biomaster compliment current disinfection practices and add extra levels of protection from cross infection.
Paul spoke about where permanent antimicrobial additives could be used in food hygiene environments and Biomaster’s effectiveness against E.Coli, Listeria, Campylobacter and other food related microorganisms.
*Please note that Addmaster was acquired by the Polygiene Group AB in January 2021, so all news articles prior to that date will still be branded as Addmaster.