What does “ Microbial Control” mean and how can this be accomplished? Microbial Control means to control microbial growth.
This microbial growth can be controlled in two ways:
- By killing the Micro Organisms
- By inhibiting the Growth of Microorganisms
To kill or control the growth of Microorganisms usually involves the use of:
- A Physical process agent
- A Chemical process agent
The methodology used in the Bactronizing Process is the most effective, environmentally responsible process for two reasons:
- The first step of the Bactronizing Process physically kills the Microorganisms
- The second step of the Bactronizing Process applies a micro-biostatic coating to inhibit the growth of mold and bacteria.
Note: This is what sets Bactronix apart from all competitors that call themselves Microbial Control Companies.
The principal of Microbial Control is the Prevention/Control of Growth to Prevent Infection. Mold, mildew, algae, bacteria, virus, fungi, odor, and volatile organic compounds (VOC’s )
Mold, mildew, algae, bacteria, virus, fungi, odor, and volatile organic compounds (VOC’s )