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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.


  • Minimise the spread of campylobacter with BioCote technology during poultry transportation, whilst processing and on food packaging.

    Campylobacter and Antimicrobial Technology

    Campylobacter, a group of bacteria which is known to contaminate the environments of poultry, has once again reached headlines in the United Kingdom. According to a new report from the Food Standards Agency, the bacteria can be found in over half of fresh chicken sold in supermarkets1. Campylobacter is potentially fatal and is the most common cause of food poisoning in the UK2. Consume...
  • The Antimicrobial Industry is Growing

    How to Take Advantage Now!   According to recent research by Micro Market Monitor 1, the antimicrobial coatings market is due to increase to $191.3 million by 2019. This is consistent with the increasing demand for antimicrobial surfaces, not only limited to coatings but for any material to provide continuous built-in protection against bacteria, mould and fungi. As more and more m...
  • Modern travel spreads bacteria

    Infectious disease and air travel: a bad combination A recent BioCote blog post 'Bacteria hot spots on board' described the contamination of the cabins of passenger aeroplanes by unpleasant bacteria. Our blog theme ‘Bacteria hot spots on board’ continues here with the concerning issue of air travel has in the spread of infectious disease. It is so easy to t...
  • Antibiotic Resistance - a ticking time bomb

    The UK Prime Minister, David Cameron, made an uncomfortable statement this week. ‘The world could soon be "cast back into the dark ages of medicine" unless action is taken to tackle the growing threat of resistance to antibiotics’ he said. Back in March Professor Dame Sally Davies, the UK’s government chief medical officer for England said the danger posed b...
  • Bacteria hot spots on board

    Most of us jetting off for a summer holiday will be familiar with the risk of ‘Traveller’s Diarrhoea.’ A mild upset tummy for a day or two may just be a nuisance but what if the exposure to disease causing microbes begins way before our first holiday meal? Research reveals how the planes taking millions of holiday-makers to their sunny destinations can be contaminated with all...

BioCote Antimicrobial Technology featured on CNN International 13 01 11.

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