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BioCote® is the leading provider of proven antimicrobial / antibacterial technology to companies around the globe. BioCote technology integrates antimicrobial protection into any surface or product, reducing microbes by up to 99.99%, making them more hygienic and defending the surface against degradation, odours and staining.

The BioCote range of antimicrobial additives can be added to any material during the production process including plastics and polymers, coatings and paints, textiles, metals and more. 

BioCote offer the use of the BioCote brand as well as the background technical, regulatory and marketing support necessary to make your antimicrobial products a success. That is why many of the world's biggest brands partner with BioCote.

If you have a query about antibacterial technology, additives or even about microbes or bacteria in general please ask us a question.


  • How Clean Is Your Watch?

    The bacteria found on our smart watch When you put your watch on every morning, does it ever occur to you just how much bacteria may be contaminating it? In our previous post, we looked at how wearable technology has the potential to make you sick. But just how many bacteria could be living on your wearable technology device? We tested a smart watch, which is worn every day and during...
  • Could antimicrobial catheters reduce urinary tract infections?

    Could Antimicrobial Catheters Reduce Urinary Tract Infections?

    They have been around for hundreds of years and are a common piece of equipment used in healthcare environments, used for a variety of functions such as to empty the bladder during surgery or collect urine. They are fitted to 1 in 5 hospital patients and approximately 90,000 people have them in place for three months or more. Catheters have recently come under fire for being ‘ove...
  • Are your antimicrobial products compliant with the BPR? Read on to find out more

    Biocides 1 Sept 2015 - Apply Now To Stay on the Market

    From 1 September 2015, a biocidal product consisting of, containing, or generating a relevant substance cannot be made available on the EU market if the substance supplier or product supplier is not included in the Article 95 list for the product type(s) to which the product belongs. This report, by BioCote's Regulatory Affairs Officer Dr. Andrew Summerfield, discusses the importance o...
  • Is wearable technology hiding a hidden health threat?

    Is Wearable Technology Hiding a Hidden Health Threat?

    Wearable technology is fast becoming the latest must-have. Designed to enhance our everyday lives, these clever devices are quickly transforming technology as we know it, designed to be worn on the body rather than carried and be non-obtrusive. From sport watches to monitor how many calories are burned, to wearables used in hospitals to link directly to patient records, there are a whole h...
  • Mould spores

    All About Mould

    We are all aware of the unpleasant effect mould can have, not only on food but also in the home or buildings we frequent. Not only does it look unsightly, mould can also cause staining and odour issues, too. More serious, however, is a condition called sick building syndrome (SBS) – whereby spending time in homes and buildings can cause a variety of symptoms, from headaches to skin i...