Antimicrobial Door Hardware
Bacteria Resistant Touch Point Products
Trimco’s Healthy Hardware are products that are manufactured with CuVerro’s formulated copper alloy that is registered with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). In between cleanings, the copper alloy have been proven to kill 99.9% of infectious bacteria* like ecoli, MRSA and Staph.
In public spaces, surfaces like door handles can be touched up to thousand times per day and that is too many opportunities for the transfer of bacteria and viruses.
In Hospitals alone, there are over 103,000 hospital related infections reported each year. Home and school acquired infections add to that list that reaches over 2 million cases per year. The estimated cost of treatment from these cases range between $35 and $45 billion dollars annually and is rising.
CuVerro® Bactericidal Copper Alloy
CuVerro Bactericidal Copper Alloy is an U.S. Environmental Protection Agency registered as a bacteria killing metal surface. When cleaned regularly, the CuVerro copper alloy kills bacteria within two hours, proving its efficacy as a sanitizer. In between cleanings, the copper alloy will inhibit the growth of bacteria and will continue to neutralize bacteria for 24 hours. The inherent sanitizing property of Copper Alloy is effective in healthcare and school settings that have a constant flow of people that are touching a lot of surfaces.
- Eliminates 99.9% of bacteria in 2 hours.
- These products are not a coating and won’t wear off! These products continue to kill bacteria* for their lifetime.
- Can look like stainless steel to match other hardware products.
- Vast range of hardware and touch surfaces available.
- Made in the U.S.A.
- A “Green” product Composed of pre and post-consumer recycled materials.
How Copper Alloy kills Bacteria
AP100 Straight Grips
AP200 Offset Grips
9 Series Levers for Mortise Locks
1191 Series Offset Grips
1194 Series Straight Grips
LDH100 Lockdown Hardware Panic Button
PBT 800 Series Exit Device Push Bar
Healthy Hardware Provides Infection Control and Prevention Measures
In public spaces, surfaces like door handles are touched up to a thousand times per day. Consequently, leads to many opportunities for the transfer of infectious microbes. In hospitals, over 103,000 Hospital Acquired Infections reported each year! Home and school acquired infections add to that list that reaches over 2 million cases per year. As a result, the estimated cost of treatment from these cases range between $35 and $45 billion dollars annually and is rising.
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