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Hygiene coatings for the healthcare sector

FAKOLITH products for the healthcare sector:

FAKOLITH offers the healthcare sector innovative hygiene coatings for clean rooms, laboratories, OP theatres, hospital rooms, sanitation rooms, canteens, storage rooms and communal rooms. 

In addition to structured measures within the company organisation, the use of disinfectants, and trained and sensitised employees, the right kind of coating can also significantly optimise hygienic conditions for the healthcare sector.

We guarantee our products are manufactured in strict adherence to European regulations and standards. FAKOLITH is entered into the RGSEAA health registry under the number ES-39005259/T.

 
 

Requirements for hygienic coatings for hospitals:

Infections in hospitals pose a huge problem for patient safety and for public health. It is particularly important here to reduce patient risk due to the increasing number of multi-resistant pathogens in hospitals. FAKOLITH paints with BioFilmStop technology prevent the growth of bacteria on the surface of the paint from the onset.

The targeted and consistent implementation of preventative measures is the prerequisite for the safety of the patients and for public health.   BioFilmStop technology supports the existing detection systems in the healthcare sector and contributes to safety and hygiene in hospitals.

 
 


DISPERLITH HYGIENIC -
the hygienic paint with BioFilmStop technology for rooms in the healthcare sector.

The paint film provides maximum sterility for wall and ceiling areas. DISPERLITH HYGIENIC has been awarded the ecolabel in accordance with the decision of the European Commission 2014/312/EU and is registered under the number ES-CAT/044/0001.

More information on certification can be obtained at http://ec.europa.eu/
environment/ecolabel

 
 
 
Acinetobacter Baumannii
Klebsiella Pneumoniae
Pseudomonas Aeruginosa
Staphylococcus
Streptococcus Pneumoniae
Vancomycin resistente Enterokokken
 
 

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