Case studies

Case studies

BioCote® has a wide variety of resources available for you to download and use, including our company brochure, case studies relating to the use of BioCote® Antimicrobial Technology and testimonials.

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Hospital Case Study

A hospital within the Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust deployed a range of products within an outpatient unit containing BioCote® Antimicrobial Additives to better understand the role antimicrobial products can play in the control of microbes, including potentially harmful bacteria.

Care home case study

Care home case study

In order to better understand the impact antimicrobial products can have on the presence of bacteria (including antibiotic resistant bacteria strains such as MRSA) BioCote® facilitated a field study.

School Case Study

In conjunction with our partners, BioCote® created the world’s first antimicrobial classroom. The study investigated the levels of bacteria recovered from the antimicrobial classroom and compared them against a standard classroom.

Office Case Study

the results of a recent study that was carried out to understand the impact of antimicrobial technology on bacteria levels in a small, open plan office space.

Food production case study (2)

Food production case study

our Technical team have instagated this study to assess the benefits of BioCote® treated products compared to untreated products within a working food processing factory.

Transportation Crates

Transportation Crates Case Study

To demonstrate the effectiveness of BioCote® technology on Campylobacter, manufacturers of transportation crates carried out a study involving the introduction of BioCote® antimicrobial additives into their products during manufacturing.

Laboratory Case Study

BioCote® employed a number of scientific techniques to address this challenge and clearly illustrate the effect BioCote® treated surfaces have on the bacteria colonising a protected surface.

Public Bathroom Case Study

we looked to understand which product surfaces in a public bathroom were the most contaminated with bacteria, and to answer the age-old question: Is a public bathroom really as unhygienic as we are led to believe?