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Drytac eyes medical expansion with Imageco deal

Drytac has appointed Leeds-based Imageco as its first health science partner in the UK, as it seeks to win new work within the healthcare and medical sector.

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Drytac’s Protac AMP antimicrobial film is suitable for on applications in hospitals, healthcare clinics, retail and education

Under the agreement, Imageco will work with Drytac on applications across a wide-range of sectors, including hospitals, healthcare clinics, retail and education.

Much of this will focus around Drytac’s Protac AMP antimicrobial film, which, launched in September last year, has been designed to help protect surfaces from microbes.

The 150µ self-adhesive polyester film incorporates Microban technology at the manufacturing stage, which becomes part of the material's intrinsic physical structure at a molecular level and does not wash away.

Drytac’s global product manager Shaun Holdom comments: “Imageco's long-standing relationship with the NHS in the UK makes them the perfect fit for Protac AMP.

“It is the ideal solution for protecting doors, keypads, counters, tables and any other flat surfaces in healthcare and medical environments.”

Scott Buckler, head of sustainable business development at Imageco, adds: “When Drytac introduced us to Protac AMP we intuitively knew it was a must for any building, surface or area that serves the public.  

“We are amid the biggest global pandemic we have ever lived through, and hygiene must be a priority. Infection prevention has never been so critical.”

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