ACT Fabric Protect
Washing cleaner then cleanWhether it is in the hotel or healthcare industry, caring for people is a hands-on job. Mops, cloths and other equipment pose a serious risk of cross-contamination. Studies have shown that even the iconic “doctor’s white coat” is a potential germ magnet.
Sadly, washing with regular laundry detergents does little in the fight against harmful microbes. Freshly washed sheets might look clean, but the risk of contamination returns within minutes.
That is why ACT.Global has developed ACT Fabric Protect: a laundry additive that offers the highest possible level of protection, making clothing, bedding and other fabrics self-disinfecting for at least 10 days.
Introducing ACT Fabric Protect
ACT Fabric Protect is an effective laundry additive that kills and inhibits growth of microbes during and after washing. It makes clothes, linens, mops and other fabrics self-disinfecting
Used for textiles in the hotel or healthcare industry. It provides effective protection for patients, medical staff and hotel guests.
Wash your microfiber and floorcloths with ACT Fabric Protect for an antibacterial result.
The product is designed to disinfect fabrics and textiles when harmful microbes are unwelcome. It is effective on clothes, linens, mops, microfiber cloths, etc.
- Antibacterial fabric for 10 days
- 100,000,000 times more effective in removal of certain microbes (e.g. Acinetobacter calcoaceticus) compared to regular laundry detergents
- Effective against microbes – even Clostridium difficile. Clostridium difficile is the causative agent of the majority of antibiotic associated diarrhoea cases and it causes the highest number of fatal hospital infections.
- Use for bed linens, clothing and hygiene masks for enhanced protection against infections and cross-contamination
- Use for cleaning cloths and mops for an antibacterial result
- Suitable for both industrial and conventional washing machines (30°C washing programme).
Reduction comparison on selected organisms
Staphylococcus aureus subsp. aureus Rosenbach 1884 ATCC 33592
- With: log (9.30) approx. 1 out of 1 billion organisms will survive
- With out : log (3.26) approx. 1 out of 1,000 organisms will survive
Acinetobacter calcoaceticus NCIB 9205
- With: log (8.45) approx. 1 out of 100 million organisms will survive
- With out: log (5.49) approx. 1 out of 100,000 organisms will survive
Spores of Clostridium sporogenes ATCC 19404
- With: log (5.64) approx. 1 out of 1 million organisms will survive
- With out: log (2.92) approx. 1 out of 1,000 organisms will survive
Average reduction factor across all tested organisms:
(log10) approx. 1 out of 100 million organisms will survive