How does Shield On work


SHIELD ON is a complex molecule that forms a durable thin film that attaches itself by covalent bonds to an extensive range of surfaces. Even a thin film of SHIELD ON prevents and reduces the growth of a broad spectrum of Microorganisms, including mold, mildew, fungi, algae, Gram-negative and Gram-positive bacteria for extended periods of time.  

Furthermore, it has been observed that a thin film of SHIELD ON applied to a hard surface is so durable that it does not wash away even with fifty high-pressure water rinses.

No other Antimicrobial product currently available on the market exhibits such a property. The concentrated form of SHIELD ON (5% active) is a stable aqueous solution which can be easily diluted with water to become SHIELD ON 10 (1% active), which is suitable for application.

Test in images

In order to prove the effectiveness and the power of this new preserver, tests in a certified microbiological laboratory were carried out on three types of Microorganisms:

Staphylococcus Aureus (Gram positive bacteria) Klebsiella Pneumoniae (Gram negative bacteria) Aspergillus Niger (mold / fungi)
 Sstaphylococcus bsiella pneumoniae Aspergillus Niger

The tests consisted of taking samples from an untreated surface as well as from a surface treated with Shield On, both having been in contact with the Microorganisms for 24 hours and placed in incubation for 48 hours.

Three samples were taken from the surface treated with Shield On; one was taken immediately after the application of Shield On, the second was taken after the surface was rinsed with water and the third was taken after the surface was rinsed and wiped. Additionally, one sample was taken from the untreated surface. Tests were carried out for each bacterium on these four (4) samples. The laboratory analysis confirmed the capacity of ShieldOn for the control and inhibition of pathogenic Microorganisms.

Tests results per bacteria type:

Bacteria case 1

Aspergillus niger (mold)

Bacteria case 2

Klebsiella pneumonia)

Bacteria case 3

Klebsiella pneumonia)