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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 [Video]

    With the Food Standards Agency raising awareness of food poisoning bug Campylobacter, we take a look at 5 facts you may not know about the bacterium. Press play to find out more. As advised by the FSA, thorough cooking kills Campylobacter, but it can sometimes be difficult to tell if your meat is cooked through. For this reason we strongly recommend the use of a meat thermometer, which will show you when poultry is fully cooked by reaching an internal temperature of 75 °C. Both Comark and CDN manufacture a wide range of BioCote protected food thermometers and probes ideal for use in the home or commercial kitchen. For more information a...
  • Is Campylobacter hiding in your kitchen?

    5 Places Campylobacter May Be Hiding in Your Kitchen

    In our last blog post we discussed bacteria that are often responsible for food poisoning. This time, we focus on the bacteria most commonly associated with raw chicken Campylobacter. Once cooked, the effects of the bacteria are nullified, however handle and prepare your uncooked chicken inappropriately as the potential for cross contamination is very real. Whilst your kitchen may loo...
  • Bacteria that cause food poisoning and what foods they are likely to contaminate

    Bacteria That Cause Food Poisoning

    It's an ‘inconvenience’ we will all experience from at some point of our lives. Unless serious, food poisoning passes without record, a trip to the doctor or real identification of the root cause. In the UK alone, there are more 500,000 cases of food poisoning a year, with the Food Standards Agency reporting that this figure would double if it ‘included food pois...
  • Controlling Bacteria in a Healthcare Environment

    Controlling Bacteria in a Healthcare Environment

    Originally published in Health Business magazine, Regulatory Affairs Officer at BioCote Dr. Andrew Summerfield discusses antimicrobial protection in healthcare with environmental microorganism control in part one of this three part series. Healthcare Associated Infections (HCAI) continues to be a problem globally. In the UK, since 2009 monitored organisms such as Clostridium difficile...
  • Who invented hand washing?

    The Theory of Hand Washing

    Tuesday 5th May 2015 is Clean Your Hands Day, The World Health Organisation’s global annual call to action for health workers to remember the importance of hand hygiene. You can read more about the campaign here. It is an important topic. The simple task of washing hands well with soap and water can help to reduce the spread of infectious diseases by preventing the transmission o...