New print range is secure with Biomaster

SecuraShield™ laminating films from SecuraSeal provide superior enhancement, security and protection for a wide variety of printed documents, graphics and signage – and now offer unique antibacterial protection with Biomaster technology.

Launched in November, the new SecuraShield™ Biomaster film inhibits the growth of harmful bacteria by releasing silver ions. A bacterium landing on the Biomaster protected surface is unable to replicate and therefore it dies.

The technology works 24 hours a day to inhibit the growth of microbes and has been proven to be effective on at least 20 organisms including MRSA. E. Coli and Campylobacter. In independent tests SecuraShield™ Biomaster film has been proven to reduce the levels of E. Coli and Staphylococcus aureus by over 99%.

Commenting on the launch Martin Chambers, director at SecuraSeal said ‘We are very excited to launch this new product and integrate the antimicrobial protection from Biomaster into our SecuraShield™ laminating film range.

We have received interest across a wide variety of industries and applications, from instructions and teaching aids in healthcare and clean room environments to menus, recipes and documents in the catering and food sectors.’

The SecuraShield™ Biomaster film has a matt finish and is available in a range of gauges and sizes in both laminating pouch and roll films formats. It is the latest addition to the SecuraShield™ range which delivers consistent quality to the print finishing and lamination market.

Biomaster anti-bacterial technology is used across a variety of products and its use in SecuraShield™ laminating films adds to the wide number of applications in healthcare, food and clean room environments.

Addmaster Marketing Manager Karl Shaw adds: “We welcome SecuraSeal’s use of Biomaster within its SecuraShield laminating film range. Biomaster makes any surface cleaner and more hygienic and provides effective, lasting antibacterial protection as well as reducing the threat of cross contamination and we are sure there are many applications for this new product across the food and healthcare industries.”

*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.