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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.


  • 5 facts about Campylobacter

    Campylobacter: 5 Facts You May Not Know

    Campylobacter - the bacteria responsible for more cases of food poisoning per year across the UK than any other bacteria is once again in the spotlight. Campaigns like those ran by The Food Standards Agency, have raised awareness of Campylobacter and its potentially harmful effects. Here are 5 facts that you may not know about the bacteria... 1. Less than 500 Campylobacter bac...
  • The process of visually imaging bacteria live and dead bacteria under a microscope

    BioCote Bacteria Imaging

    You may be familiar with BioCote’s images recently published (see BioCote Case Study - Laboratory) that clearly visualise what happens to real-life bacteria when exposed to a surface protected with BioCote technology. Whilst the images are a simple way to demonstrate which bacteria survived and what were killed, the process of visually imaging live and dead bacteria is actually very...
  • Food Being Thrown in Bin

    Antibacterial Packaging: Reducing Food Waste?

      Over 7 million tonnes of food and drink is thrown away each year in the UK alone1. A campaign to reduce this statistic - entitled Love Food Hate Waste - estimates that over half of this food and drink could have been consumed. Throwing away perfectly edible products aside, food wastage has a knock-on effect to the environment too - such as wasted water and increased transportati...
  • Aerial View of Flamengo Beach in Rio de Janeiro

    Olympics in Peril Due to Klebsiella Bacteria

    Aerial View of Flamengo Beach in Rio de Janeiro where many Olympic events will take place Athletes visiting Rio de Janeiro in 2016 for the Olympics may find they will pick up more than a coveted medal to bring home. Researchers in Brazil have found the CRE (Carbapenem Resistant Enterobacteriaceae) Klebsiella Pneumonia contaminating various locations in the Carioca River and Flamengo Be...
  • How to cook the perfect Christmas turkey - Infographic

    How To: Cook the Perfect Christmas Turkey

    As the season of goodwill is fast approaching, it is soon time to begin planning one of the most important meals of the year: Christmas dinner. Here at BioCote HQ we have created a fun infographic about how to cook the perfect Christmas turkey. As we know all too well what harmful bacteria may potentially be living on our Christmas turkeys, we have included ways to avoid spreading them so your...